PEI-Genesis, Emerson Network Power sign Americas distribution agreement
The agreement gives the distributor the ability to help design engineers solve power challenges using power supplies from Emerson.
PEI-Genesis, Inc., an integrator of configurable and modified standard power supplies for data centers and industrial connectivity platforms, has announced an agreement with Emerson Network Power, in which PEI-Genesis will distribute and add value to power supply products from the Embedded Power business of Emerson Network Power for customers in North and South America.
The agreement gives the distributor the ability to help design engineers solve power challenges using power supplies from Emerson Network Power.
“We are very excited to announce this partnership,” said Russel Dorwart, president & COO, PEI-Genesis. “This gives us an opportunity to further expand our footprint in the power market and expand our value-add capabilities. The Emerson Network Power brand is very powerful in the marketplace and, with thousands of standard and configurable power supplies, the product portfolio now available to us is exceptional.”
The PEI-Genesis team includes field application engineers, internal application engineers, design engineers, power engineers, and manufacturing engineers, trained to quickly meet exact application needs. The company says it has also created robust solution guides that make customer integration processes straightforward.
“PEI-Genesis targets small and medium-sized customers that operate in many diverse markets that have high complexity, low volume applications. The company’s strengths in short lead times, solution-integration and simplifying the whole process of solving power challenges is a great asset in our marketplace,” comments Dana Huth, vice president and general manager, Embedded Power, Emerson Network Power.
In a statement, PEI-Genesis emphasizes that it "has made its mark in the electronic components and power supply industry by bucking the trend of traditionally long lead times. The company says it "strives to reduce customers’ total acquisition cost and lead times, simplify assembly, and improve the quality and reliability of [engineer's] designs."