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18 Red Hot IT Products And Services MSPs Need To See

CRN breaks down 18 of the hottest vendor products and services that were on display during XChange+ 2021 that channel partners and MSPs need to know.

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Eaton’s New 9PX UPS

Power management standout Eaton, which recently acquired Tripp Lite for $1.65 billion, launched its new 9PX lithium-ion UPS last month. Eaton’s new UPS provides longer battery life and a smaller footprint than valve regulated lead-acid (VRLA) battery-powered UPS technology, targeting distributed and edge environments as well as industrial applications ranging from healthcare to education.

Eaton’s new 9PX lithium-ion UPS offers seamless integration for virtual-machine-centric management and disaster preparedness in the event of outages. It has a life expectancy of eight to ten years with increased reliability and a smaller footprint compared to VRLA-powered UPSs. The power company said the new lithium-ion battery innovation for its UPSs provides longer battery life to enable customers to “set it and forget it” to require little on-site support from IT staff, data center professionals and maintenance personnel.

Customers can purchase the new UPS with Eaton’s Gigabit Network Card (Network-M2) which enables secure, connected capabilities and compatibility with Eaton’s PredictPulse™ remote monitoring service for real-time power monitoring and management.

 
 
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