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Wednesday, October 11, 2006

Tripplesea reassures on Blue Gate products

Remmy Nweke

Business Manager of hardware solutions provider, Tripplesea Limited, Mr. Godson Osita, has reiterated the firm’s commitment to support the nation’s hardware market, saying they have the capacity.

Tripplesea, a distributor of Blue Gate brand of uninterruptible power supply (UPS), he said, has the certification of the Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON), even as they control over 40 per cent of mass market share in Nigeria as a result of the product’s quality, which he noted is of international standard.

Mr. Osita also assured on the reliability of Blue Gate’s range of UPS, emphasizing the brand has continued to make in-roads in the nation’s market.

He stressed that the product has many features including very long interruptible backup time, rugged components, affordability, two year full warranty irrespective of point of purchase, and after sales support division that is managed by skilled engineers.

In accordance with the Blue Gate UPS standard, Mr. Osita, noted that with its rugged nature the brand is largely ideal for computers, television sets, Compact Discs (CD), Digital Video Display (DVD), VDCs, musical equipment, public address systems, hospital equipment to name a few.

“We also have Blue Gate range of Liquefied Crystal Display (LCD) and CRT monitors certified by SON,” he affirmed.

Furthermore, he said, the product has many features including being very sleek, rugged, 100 per cent dot less and multimedia.

He, however, cautioned customers to be watchful so as not to patronize refurbished products.
Mr. Osita pointed out that Tripplesea Ltd, has the capacity to support the market with the state-of-the-art Blue Gate range of products, especially the rugged power back up that withstands what he called the tough operating Nigerian environment occasioned by ever dwindling power supply by the service provider.

Just as he guaranteed customers on after-sales support, saying that the Nigerian IT market has the capacity to contribute at least 10 per cent to the nation’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in the next half a decade.

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