Delta Electronics, a global market leader in power and thermal management solutions, used the brand new CEBIT in Hannover to showcase its full range of infrastructure solutions for data centers, with state-of-the-art uninterruptible power supply (UPS) systems taking center stage. And if you wanted any evidence of just how effective these solutions are, you need look no further than the announcement that five of the World Cup stadiums in Russia are using UPS systems from Delta to keep everything running smoothly. Boasting more than three megawatts of output, the UPS systems won’t just keep the floodlights and emergency lighting on, they will also make sure the broadcasting, data transmission and security systems in the stadiums hold up.
Victor Cheng, Senior Vice President and General Manager of the Information & Communications Technology Business Group (ICTBG) at Delta, congratulated Russia for hosting the 2018 FIFA World Cup and said he was very pleased at how smoothly the collaboration with the event's organizers had gone: "We are extremely pleased to have our state-of-the-art UPS systems backing up the infrastructure that brings a thrilling, safe and eco-friendly environment to facilities hosting major sporting events, including the five stadiums that will host football fans from all over the planet during the world’s most important sporting event." Marat Fayrushin, Delta's General Director for Russia & the CIS, added that "Delta's UPS systems and our partners' professional services enable higher energy efficiency and steady operations in data centers and other mission-critical applications in government entities, financial institutions, shopping malls, pharmaceutical companies and universities."