Subzero Engineering, a leading data centre containment solutions provider, has announced the appointment of Stavros Spyropoulos as its new Business Development Manager, for the Africa Region.
Over the past 20 years, Spyropoulos has worked for some of the industry’s leading infrastructure vendors, including the likes of Delta Electrical, Eaton and Tripplite.
Within this new role, Spyropoulos will be supporting Subzero’s expansion strategy in Africa, as it upscales across the EMEA region.
Spyropoulos will be responsible for scaling the company’s partner base, and building on its engineering, structured cabling, heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) partners, to drive growth across the continent of Africa. Alongside this, he will also continue to develop the company’s new services offering, which utilises computational fluid dynamics (CFD) software.
“The data centre industry is one of the world’s most important sectors, no less so in Africa, which embraces the accelerated and robust growth of digitalization on the continent,” said Stavros Spyropoulos, commenting on his appointment as the Business Development Manager for the Africa Region at Subzero Engineering.
“I believe Africa will benefit greatly from Subzero’s philosophy with its environmental impact services, and innovative approaches to vendor-agnostic data centre solutions that provides our partners with an opportunity to address end-user challenges, add considerable value, and drive long-term growth.”
“Our primary ambition, however, is to develop a Channel program that is based on true partnerships, and one which will push the industry to better support its partners, which showcases Subzero’s world-class engineering capabilities,” Spyropoulos adds.
“We are delighted that Stavros has joined the company as part of our EMEA expansion plans, bringing the perfect blend of ambition, energy and experience to this key role,” furthers Andy Connor, EMEA Channel Director, Subzero Engineering.
“We believe that our technologies offer partners a major opportunity to deliver a true combination of flexibility, modularity, scalability, and sustainability, all of which are crucial to help customers on their digital transformation journeys.”
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