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Finning Launches New Distribution Agreement with BASELAYER


By partnering with Baslayer, Finning can now distribute data centre modular technology wherever and whenever customers need it, indoors or outdoors, on or off the utility grid. 

Cloud Expo Europe / Data Centre World  Visitors can visit European Reseller and Base Layer on stand C50 at the show can learn more about the Baselayer data centre modules, which are built using lean manufacturing principles and integrated with a robust data centre infrastructure management (DCIM) tool to deliver visibility and control. This combination enables companies to deploy a data centre at any location and analyse performance metrics across the entire infrastructure and IT equipment. 

This builds on Finning’s current offering within the data centre industry, which includes the supply of all aspects of equipment needed to meet the extreme demands for power reliability, such as generators, HV switchgear, power management, UPS and noise solutions.

Data Centre World 2015 will see the launch of Finning UK and Ireland’s distribution agreement with Baselayer, a provider of modular data centre infrastructure.

As the UK & Ireland’s distributor for Baselayer, Finning can also provide feasibility studies, install and commissioning, as well as ongoing maintenance and support.

Commenting on the new distribution agreement, Ian Wilcoxson, Market Sector Manager – Data Centre Power Solutions at Finning said, “Baselayer’s data centre infrastructure has been adopted by some of the most demanding enterprise technology users in the world.

“The standardised modules, built using lean manufacturing principles, deliver high levels of reliability, security and efficiency.”

European Code of Conduct

As a newly-appointed Endorser of the European Code of Conduct on data centres, Finning experts will also be on hand at the show to advise data centre operators, owners, resellers, dealers and hosting companies on how they and their data centres can reduce energy consumption in a cost-effective manner without hampering the mission critical function of data centres or the hosting operators.