Starline, global leader in power distribution equipment and monitoring equipment, has officially announced its partnership with the Dutch Data Center Association (DDA). The DDA is the official trade organization for data centers in the Netherlands, representing more than 90% of all Dutch multi-tenant facilities.
Stijn Grove, director of DDA: “Not only do we live in the era of digital transformation, we are also in the middle of the energy transition to renewable energy. For data centers, this means that their power generation systems need to adapt to these new sources of power. Additionally, there is an increasing demand for power support systems which are highly efficient, more cost effective and which have a smaller footprint. Starline is among the strongest players when it comes to power distribution solutions for the data center industry specifically, which is why we happily welcome Starline as a partner.”
Universal Electric Corporation (UEC), the manufacturer of Starline, was founded nearly 90 years ago in Pittsburgh, USA. Starting as an electrical contracting firm, the company began manufacturing in the mid 1950’s. Today, UEC has grown to become a global leader in power distribution equipment, with a strong presence in the data center industry.
Mark Swift, Director of Marketing for Universal Electric Corporation stated: “We are excited to be new partners of the Dutch Data Center Association. Their organization is very strong in this region, and we see definite value in our participation. Being part of the community will help us to increase our presence and visibility in the Netherlands, which contributes to our mission to expand in Europe.”