For more than 50 years, Eaton has been safeguarding the critical systems of businesses across the globe. Whether protecting a single desktop or the largest datacentre.
Offering a comprehensive range of environmentally-sensitive, efficient, reliable UPSs, surge protective devices, power distribution units, remote monitoring, meters, software, connectivity, enclosures, airflow management and professional services to every business segment, including datacentres, retail outlets, healthcare organisations, government agencies, manufacturing firms, broadcasting companies, financial institutions, and a wide range of other applications.
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Help your customers maintain business continuity and prevent downtime, Eaton offers a comprehensive portfolio of backup power and distribution equipment, protecting them from a host of threats, including power outages, surges and lightning strikes. Eaton also provides a suite of power management products that enables monitoring and control the power infrastructure.
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Eaton is offering you a free power management technical consultation. Contact us with any power infrastructure opportunities and we can support you from qualification through to winning the project. Power Management made easy! Contact us for your free technical consultation.
Why should you choose to sell our IPM power management software? Add value to your customers by offering an integrated power infrastructure solution – help them ensure business continuity.
Eaton's Intelligent Power Manager (IPM) software provides the tools needed to monitor and manage power devices in physical or virtual environments. Interested? Contact us for a FREE virtual demonstration and learn more why selling this Software can add value to your customers’ business.
Get 20% off selected Eaton UPS & Warranties valid until 30th April. With millions of people working from home and who may well keep doing so in the long-term, business power needs are changing substantially. But despite this, one thing stays the same: uninterruptible power remains critical to keep companies running.