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Wednesday, June 28, 2006

InfraStruXure gets six awards

Remmy Nweke

End-to-end infrastructure solutions provider, American Power Conversion (APC) has received six global recognition for its products and programmes during the first quarter of this year.

Vice President worldwide marketing and communications, Mr. Aaron L. Davis, while disclosing this said that media organisations worldwide have continued to adjudge the innovation of APC's revolutionary InfraStruXure, as it received six awards in first quarter of this year.

He declared, "Innovation, whether in the data centre, at the desktop, in the channel, or with our training programs, highlighted the extensive list of awards presented to APC in the first quarter," said Davis.

Stressing,"Challenging ourselves to deliver superior products for our users, superior programs for our partners and superior processes for our organization drives the consistent high level of recognition APC receives."

For the first time, Training magazine named APC in its "Top 100" list for excellence in APC's Field Service training. The Training Top 100 is the only ranking of companies that excel at developing human capital. The list is determined by assessing a range of qualitative and quantitative factors.

APC is the only manufacturer of uninterruptible power supplies (UPSs) and associated availability solutions included in the 2006 list.

"APC and APC Global Services remain focused on bringing the best education possible to our employees, partners and customers," said Carl Cottuli, general manager of APC Global Services. "Through our customer loyalty training program, APC employees learn how to create delighted customers, and there is no more critical role in creating delighted APC customers than solving real network-critical physical infrastructure (NCPI) problems for our customers."

InfraStruXure, APC's revolutionary on-demand architecture for network-critical physical infrastructure (NCPI), was a stand out in the first quarter, winning six awards. APC's new InfraStruXure InRow RC data centre cooling unit recently was named a "Best of FOSE" award winner by the editors of Government Computer News (GCN) magazine and its sister publication Washington Technology.

The "Best of FOSE" award recognizes new and groundbreaking products and solutions in the government IT industry. Also in the U.S., Electronic Products magazine named InfraStruXure a "Product of the Year" in its 30th Annual Product of the Year issue among others.

Also, Top Business Magazine readers in Brazil named InfraStruXure a "Readers' Choice" for network physical infrastructure and, in Spain, Byte magazine reviewers presented InfraStruXure with its "Recommended" rating.

Finally, several publications in Kenya identified InfraStruXure as a premiere solution for 2006. Business Week and Commerce and Industry in Kenya named InfraStruXure "Best Innovation of the Year 2006" and "Best Infrastructure Solution of the Year 2006," respectively.

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