Edge Mission Critical Systems – Eltek Enter Modular Data Center Partnership

Edge Mission Critical Systems (Edge MCS, LLC) and Eltek, Inc.
Enter into Modular Data Center Partnership

Midlothian, VA, March 9, 2018: Edge MCS, LLC a wholly owned subsidiary of the privately held Diversitec family of companies today announced a strategic value-added reseller partnership with Eltek, Inc., a Delta Group Company and world leader in high-efficiency power electronics and energy conversion.

Edge MCS, LLC is a Virginia-based manufacturer of the rigidly constructed Binary Bunker modular data center products available in 10 and 20 rack fully outfitted configurations in a true turn-key product offering designed specifically for edge computing environments. Through the value-added reseller agreement, Eltek will be able to make Edge MCS, LLC’s Binary Bunker solution available to its customer base. The Binary Bunker enclosure is constructed of lightweight concrete capable of withstanding 155-200 mph winds, engineered with a UL-752, level 4 (high power rifle) ballistic rating with Level 8 available. The Binary Bunkers U-Factor of 0.08 Btu or less arrives onsite pre-populated with world class UPS back up, in-row chillers, racks, PDU’s, DCIM software, sensors, FM 200 total flooding systems and with unmatched power density and cooling redundancy built in.

C.J. Grothendick, is President & CEO of the Diversitec, LLC family of companies which includes Edge MCS and Backhaul Engineering LLC. He had this to say about the recent strategic VAR agreement with Eltek;

“Our parent company Diversitec has been working successfully with Eltek for well over a decade as their premier VAR and distribution channel partner. We deliver a wide variety of Eltek’s DC power solutions to satisfy customer challenges. Through good markets and an ever-changing technology landscape we’ve stayed loyal to each other and collaboratively leveraged the strengths of our companies. It’s an honor and a pleasure to go to market with Eltek and our Binary Bunker. We extend a very warm welcome to Eltek as our VAR partner!”

Roel Cortez, Vice President Sales & Marketing - North America & Caribbean at Eltek, Inc. was instrumental in bringing this strategic VAR together. Mr. Cortez commented that

“Eltek has several important new initiatives rolling out that will ensure that our company continues to thrive and stay relevant as a technology leader. One of the most important initiatives focuses on applying our significant strengths to delivering truly innovative engineered solutions to the data center market. We’ll do this under our own power and products and through great working relationships like the one we have with Edge MCS.”

About Edge MCS, LLC

Edge Mission Critical Systems (Edge MCS, LLC) specializes in providing best in class modular systems specifically designed and engineered for edge computing applications. Edge MCS is experienced in engineering and supporting organizations such as commercial and private data centers, healthcare facilities, content providers, IoT entities, government and municipal facilities, and numerous other industries. Learn more about EdgeMCS at https://www.edgemcs.com. Preconfigured modular data center solutions are marketed under the brand name Binary Bunker at http://www.BinaryBunker.com

About Eltek Inc.

Eltek is a global power specialist that delivers critical, cutting-edge power solutions and services. Eltek was established in Norway in 1971 as a specialist telecom power systems supplier. Since then, the company has grown organically and through mergers and acquisitions to become a leading international supplier of power solutions within several industry sectors, including data center, telecom, rail and infrastructure, power generation and distribution, solar energy and electric vehicles. Eltek holds strong market positions in the Americas, Europe and Asia. Eltek became part of Delta Group, a leading power and thermal management provider, in 2015. http://www.Eltek.com

About Diversitec

Diversitec, LLC is a privately held, 25-year-old Richmond, VA based telecommunications integrator and DC power solutions provider. Diversitec is segmented into two distinct but cohesive business units. One business unit provides telecommunications equipment to large telcos such as AT&T, Verizon, Frontier and the other business unit supplies custom configured DC power solutions from manufacturers such as Eltek. Learn more about Diversitec products and services at http://www.Diversitec.com

Contact Information

Robert Peck
Phone: 804-310-6581

EdgeMCS Press Release/Midlothian, VA/March 10, 2018 - PRWeb

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North America Data Center Power Market Growth Projections

In 2017, the data center power market in North America was valued at $3,480 million. It is expected to generate revenue of $4,640 million, growing at a CAGR of 4.91% during the 2017-2023 period.

According to Arizton’s recent market research report, the leading vendors in the data center power market during the forecast period will be ABB, Eaton, General Electric, Schneider Electric, and Vertiv. The research report provides a detailed analysis of market segmentation by electrical infrastructure (UPS, generators, transfer switch & switchgear, rack PDU, and other electrical infrastructure), tier standards, and geography (North and South America).


Contact EdgeMCS Modular Data Center powerDemand for continuous connectivity, high performance, and superior electrical design is expected to drive the data center power market growth. Colocation providers and hyperscale cloud data center developers are major revenue contributors.

"The UPS systems electrical infrastructure segment to dominate the data center power market in Americas during forecast period. The electrical infrastructure segment in the data center power market is classified into UPS, generators, transfer switches and switchgears, rack PDUs, and other electrical infrastructure. Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) was the largest electrical infrastructure segment in the data center power market in Americas, accounting for over 34% of the total market share in 2017 and is expected to reach $1,778.08 million by 2023." (Arizton Advisory & Intelligence).

The report projects growth in the data center power market (Americas) from $3,730 million (2017) to $5,130 million (2023); CAGR of 5.46%. For more information, visit Arizton Advisory & Intelligence

When engineering data center power for modular data centers, Edge Mission Critical Systems (MCS) has gone beyond the competition with the Binary Bunker. Compare how you can improve your performance and better protect your, or your customers, data; contact EdgeMCS for more information.

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