Kohler Power Unleashes New Global Power Partner Program

Global data center investment should increase from $244.7 billion in 2019 to more than $432 billion in 2025.

Edward Gately, Senior News Editor

May 20, 2021

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Kohler Power Unleashes New Global Power Partner Program

Kohler Power, which provides power to data centers around the world, just unveiled its new Global Power Partner program.

The program offers personalized support, giving partners dedicated insight, quotes and life cycle services. They include account management, product management, engineering, commissioning and onboarding.

This dedicated support structure ensures data center providers can conserve agility while they grow, the company said.

Steve Zielke is senior data center channel manager at Kohler Power.

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Kohler Power’s Steve Zielke

“We have been structured to support the data center market globally for several years now,” he said. “That’s especially since the launch of the Kohler KD Series G-Drive engines and generators. Now we’re starting to market the value and advantages that our factory direct support staff offers customers that are looking to meet new and evolving data requirements.”

Data Center Investment to Accelerate

Global data center investment should increase from less than $245 billion in 2019 to more than $432 billion in 2025. To meet this expanding demand driven by the digital economy, Kohler Power has curated a globally integrated and multifunctional team of power experts. This team directly supports the company’s customer base, delivering data center power solutions.

“Global Power Partner is highlighting the way Kohler partners with both end customers and other value-chain partners, such as specifying engineers and data center contractors,” Zielke said.

Kohler Power’s distributor sales and service network has locations across the globe, including the world’s largest data center markets.

Kohler Power can provide a single global contact in cross-functional areas and those required most by data centers, Zielke said. They include account management, applications engineering, project management, service and quality.

“We have the teams, products and processes in place to ensure consistency across the world,” he said. “We’re committed to helping customers build the future of IT and communications as easily, reliably and enjoyably as possible. That’s what it means to be a true Global Power Partner.

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Edward Gately

Senior News Editor, Channel Futures

As news editor, Edward Gately covers cybersecurity, new channel programs and program changes, M&A and other IT channel trends. Prior to Informa, he spent 26 years as a newspaper journalist in Texas, Louisiana and Arizona.

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