APC by Schneider Electric, a global leader in integrated critical power and cooling services, announced it is the recipient of the 2010 Southeast Asia and Australasia Frost & Sullivan Market Share Leadership Award in the Power Distribution Unit Market.
APC by Schneider Electric is ranked number one in the Southeast Asia and Australasia in the Power Distribution Unit Market.
The Frost & Sullivan award is given to the company that has exhibited market share leadership in the Southeast Asia and Australasia Power Distribution Unit market through the implementation of market strategy.
The Frost & Sullivan award recognises that APC by Schneider Electric has displayed excellence in the market leadership process, including the identification of market challenges, drivers and restraints, as well as strategy development and methods of addressing these market dynamics.
By utilising these strategies for success, APC by Schneider Electric has established itself as the market share leader in the respective industry.
The company has successfully engineered new smaller form factor three-phase manageable PDUs with high sockets to deliver customers’ requirement. The PDUs address the shortcomings of space and cost constraints, as well as complementing the company’s energy management solution.
APC by Schneider Electric’s knowledge base, accumulated experience and comprehensive service offerings have resulted in their leading market share in 2009.
“We are committed to developing innovative power distribution solutions that meet the changing requirements of our customers,” said Khoo Teng Seen, Vice President Asean for APC by Schneider Electric.
“Our ongoing investment in research and development has enabled us to deliver on this commitment and respond quickly to changing market demands with solutions that meet today’s data centre power challenges.”
“It is this commitment to our customers that has enabled us to secure market dominance in the Power Distribution Unit Market in this region. It is an honour to be recognised by Frost & Sullivan for this achievement,” said Khoo.