Delta, a global leader in power and thermal management solutions, today announced its association with 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™. Delta has implemented its uninterruptible power supply (UPS) systems in five of the 12 football stadiums which will be hosting the world’s biggest sporting event. Delta’s UPS systems will ensure uninterrupted sound power supply, emergency lighting, broadcasting and data transmission, as well as security systems in these stadiums. With the experience of delivering innovative and superior power solutions from UPS portfolio for several government projects in India, Delta MCIS is now working closely with Russian government as well as private organizations to support mission critical assignments. With the association with 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™.
Speaking about the association, Deepak Thakur, Business Head, MCIS, Delta Power Solutions said, “We are committed to bring innovative power solutions that helps in energy efficiency and significantly improve availability of business critical operations. This has enabled us to power this big international event which is followed by billions of people across the globe including India. We believe in delivering a seamless experience to every football fan watching the game”.
Victor Cheng, Delta’s senior vice president and general manager of the Information & Communications Technology Business Group (ICTBG), remarked, “Delta congratulates Russia for hosting the 2018 FIFA World Cup™. We are extremely thrilled to offer our state-of-the-art UPS systems for 2018 FIFA World Cup™ in Russia. Our solution offers a safe and eco-friendly environment within the five stadiums giving a rich experience to the fans attending the games, from all over the world.”
Marat Fayrushin, Delta’s general director for Russia & the CIS, said, “Delta’s UPS systems and our partners’ professional services enable higher energy efficiency and steady operations in data centres and other mission critical applications in government entities, financial institutions, shopping malls, pharmaceutical companies and universities.”
Within the five aforementioned football stadiums, over 1.2 MW power capacity of Delta’s UPS systems support football field and emergency lighting, more than 1.5 MW sustain key infrastructure such as common area lighting and fire protection systems, and approximately 300 kW support surveillance and data transmission equipment.
Delta’s Mission Critical Infrastructure Solutions Business Unit (MCISBU) provides customers with world-class UPS systems as well as fully-integrated Data Center Infrastructure Solutions such as power management, precision cooling, environmental management systems and more, to enable eco-friendly data centres. – Communications Today Bureau