Rittal Partners With Hewlett Packard Enterprise For Modular Data Center Solution
The go-to-market alliance will focus on the computing challenges related to the Internet of Things (IoT) and Edge networks.
Rittal Corporation has partnered with Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) to offer modular data center solutions to the global market. The go-to-market alliance will focus on the computing challenges related to the Internet of Things (IoT) and Edge networks.
Rittal’s portfolio of infrastructure solutions support the entire industry, from micro to hyperscale data centers, and with the addition of HPE Pointnext services, IT companies will be able utilize a complete IT solution.
Rittal and HPE will focus on the hyperconvergence of markets — hybrid cloud and edge solutions — to provide customers a “plug and play” configuration with proven technologies, and faster, easier deployment the delivers cost and energy efficiency.
“Hewlett Packard Enterprise is an important partner for Rittal and allows us better market access to deliver fast, accurate high-end data center solutions to customers,” says Andreas Keiger, executive vice president, Rittal. “Clients will have the IT solutions in enclosures, racks and cooling systems of Rittal with the innovative connectivity solutions of HPE.”
“The Rittal modular building-block system for infrastructure fits perfectly with our offer and our skills," explains Brian Whelan, WW director data center facilities with HPE. "Thus we offer our customers a simple and smooth service. Pointnext allows companies to modernize their legacy infrastructure with the flexibility of the cloud, and maximize the value of their connected devices.”