2020 Press Releases

April 15, 2020

Vertiv Announced Partnership Expansion with Innovix Distribution to Provide Data Centre Edge Infrastructure Solutions to Malaysia

Vertiv (NYSE: VRT), a global provider of critical digital infrastructure and continuity solutions, announced the expansion of its partnership with Innovix Distribution, a leading technology distributor in Asia. The expanded partnership now allows for sales of Vertiv infrastructure portfolio in Malaysia under Innovix Distribution Sdn Bhd.
Innovix Distribution Sdn Bhd offers Vertiv’s full suite of solutions including uninterruptible power supplies (UPS), thermal management solutions and IT and edge infrastructure solutions. The partnership will focus on delivering Vertiv’s solutions to customers in the government, retail, healthcare and financial sectors through Innovix Distribution Sdn Bhd’s network of channel partners.
“Malaysia’s digitization efforts are gaining momentum and businesses are seeing the value of investing in solutions that will enable their critical infrastructure to address customer expectations. Having Innovix Distribution Sdn Bhd as our partner is very valuable to Vertiv as their presence and expertise will allow us to reach more customers with our solutions,” said Teoh Wooi Keat, country manager of Vertiv in Malaysia. 
Headquartered in Hong Kong, Innovix Distribution also has presence in Singapore and Macau, with 47 locations in Asia. It has a portfolio of over 80 technology and lifestyle brands, with more than 7,800 channel partners in the region. Its Singapore company, Innovix Distribution Pte Ltd is also a Vertiv distributor.
“Vertiv is a global leader in next generation data center infrastructure, and with our distributorship will provide our channel partners in Malaysia with best-in-class solutions. We look forward to working closely with Vertiv and our partners to help businesses of all sizes, from SMBs to large enterprises and public sector to optimize their IT return on investment (ROI),” said Yoon Kam Fei, Innovix Distribution Malaysia’s managing director.