Sav­era Dig­i­tal In­dia & Ther­mal­take show­case Cool In­no­va­tions ‘Beat the Heat with Ther­mal­take’


The event held in Mum­bai at­tracted over 100+ Part­ners, Blog­gers, Re­tail­ers and Mod­ders

Af­ter the suc­cess­ful ‘Gamers Ma­nia’ event in Delhi, Sav­era Dig­i­tal In­dia one of the lead­ing and fastest grow­ing IT dis­tri­bu­tion house in In­dia, suc­cess­fully con­ducts event ‘Beat the Heat with Ther­mal­take’ in Mum­bai. Co-or­ga­nized with Ther­mal­take , the event of­fered a glimpse into in­no­va­tive range of gam­ing PC cab­i­nets, power sup­plies, cool­ing prod­ucts as well as bTTE Sports ac­ces­sories.

Ac­cord­ing to re­cent re­search by DFC In­tel­li­gence, PC gam­ing busi­ness will be­come the sin­gle largest part of the in­dus­try at $37 bil­lion by 2019, up 35 per­cent from $28 bil­lion in 2015. Over­all global PC sales in the fourth quar­ter of 2015 were $71.9 mil­lion ac­cord­ing to the re­cent IDC re­port; this rep­re­sents a drop of as much as 10.6 per­cent year- on- year. While over­all PC sales might be down though, high-end desk­tops and lap­tops for gam­ing are do­ing bet­ter than ever. Also, the re­cent an­nounce­ment of 6 point agenda by PM of In­dia at US congress in­cludes in­creas­ing broad­band con­nec­tiv­ity across the coun­try, which will open new op­por­tu­ni­ties and mar­ket for gam­ing in­dus­try in near fu­ture.

“A ma­jor driver in this seg­ment is not just soft­ware but also hard­ware. The grow­ing pop­u­lar­ity of eS­ports and VR is driv­ing en­thu­si­asts to opt for high end com­po­nents. eS­ports glob­ally has turned out to be a multi-bil­lion dol­lar in­dus­try and pro­fes­sional gam­ing is grow­ing big­ger. Mul­ti­ple ca­reer op­por­tu­ni­ties in this in­dus­try are also draw­ing younger crowd to­wards this , “said Pi­naki S Dhara, Vice Pres­i­dent - S ales & Mar­ket­ing at Sav­era Dig­i­tal In­dia. “The in­dus­try is noth­ing with­out in­no­va­tion and ad­vance­ment in the prod­uct line ups which dif­fer­ent brands of­fer. Known for its cre­ativ­ity and in­no­va­tion, Ther­mal­take has been ad­dress­ing dif­fer­ent needs by lead­ing the in­dus­tries of PC DIY and pro­fes­sional gam­ing gears. It is our plea­sure to re-launch Ther­mal­take and in­tro­duce them to our net­work in In­dia . “

Nil Bhowmik , Coun­try Head - Sales & Mar­ket­ing at Ther­mal­take In­dia said “We are de­lighted to have Sav­era as our dis­trib­u­tor; with Sav­era we also en­sure that, we will be able to bring all the new tech­nol­ogy for eS­ports here in In­dia to serve this com­mu­nity bet­ter. Ther­mal­take al­ways trust on qual­ity & performance , the best prod­ucts we com­mit to de­liver which is re­ally a value for the money to the users . “

The reach of Ther­mal­take in In­dia is pow­ered by Sav­era Dig­i­tal In­dia, and plays an in­dis­pens­able role in cre­at­ing a dis­tri­bu­tion net­work for Ther­mal­take. With the aim of de­liv­er­ing the per­fect user ex­pe­ri­ence, com­pany had dis­played many of its top notch prod­ucts such as Core P5 ATX Wall-Mount Chas­sis, Smart DPS G Gold Power Sup­ply, and many more. By such events and sup­port to gam­ing en­thu­si­asts, Sav­era con­tin­ues to demon­strate its com­mit­ment to serve gam­ing com­mu­nity in In­dia.

Ken­neth Chang , Sales & Mar­ket­ing at Ther­mal­take HQ said “It’s been the per­fect mo­ment for Ther­mal­take to line up the best of our prod­uct port­fo­lio with Sav­era Dig­i­tal to full-fill de­mands from up­com­ing eS­ports trend in In­dia. Yet we are also bring­ing mod­ding plat­forms and com­mu­ni­ties where In­di­ans can have more op­por­tu­ni­ties to rep­re­sent them­selves in global events .”

Lalit Me­hta, Orno Com­puter said “We are ab­so­lutely over­whelmed to see the ex­it­ing range of Ther­mal­take Prod­ucts spe­cially the DIY LCS .”

“Be­ing an e-tail part­ner this event has given me a right plat­form in un­der­stand­ing the wide line up of Ther­mal­take which will def­i­nitely give fur­ther boost in terms of aug­ment­ing my prod­uct port­fo­lio for the ever grow­ing on­line buy­ers .” said Vi­ral Dixit, Van­tage So­lu­tion.

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