Partnership with Enetek Power, as part of multi-company bid, bares fruit in Singapore
Enatel Energy has beaten competition from some of the largest communications power manufacturers in the world as part of a successful tender bid to Singtel that saw it partner with local companies, including regional distributor Enetek Power.
The deal, which partners Enatel Energy solutions with components from Enetek Power, will see Enatel Energy deliver a range of systems to sites within the network of Singapore’s largest telecommunications provider. These will include microCOMPACT and flexiCOMPACT solutions through to 400kW systems.
The tender agreement was signed after almost a year of work, which included at one point concurrently testing systems with teams in Singapore and Australia, where Singtel own telecommunications company Optus.
Tony Chapman, Enatel Energy DC Regional Sales Manager – Asia Pacific, says the company competed well across the board.
“With the combined efforts of Enatel Energy and Enetek we presented a very compelling proposition that was recognised by all companies involved to be selected by Singtel and beat out competition from some very major players in the communications power sector.”
Richard Tan, managing director for Enetek Power, says the partnership with Enatel Energy was another example of the flexibility and ease of doing business that telcos can enjoy when they consider all their available supplier options.
The Enatel Energy team will begin delivering hardware in December.