Ireland-based Hanley Energy is to work with Australia’s Servcore on expanding UPS services for datacentres.
Hanley, which provides critical power services for datacentres, said the firms have signed a partnership deal that will see Hanley “immediately increase” its presence in the New South Wales datacentre market.
The partnership will enable Servcore “to add new business streams and provide a wider variety of products, thus growing their solution base, to include Hanley Energy’s EPMS Powerlink+ software, plus a broad range of energy and automation products”, Hanley said.
Hanley Energy co-founder and CEO Clive Gilmore said: “Our sights are firmly fixed on growing the new markets of Australia and the Middle East, and we have an outstanding pipeline of new engineered designs and innovations to drive this growth.”
Pictured from left are Enrico Pecora, general manager Servcore; Wayne Furneyvall, managing director Servcore; Mary Ramsay, country manager Hanley Energy and Irish justice and equality minister Charlie Flanagan.