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10.07.2019

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17.02.2020

Swegon now at dcOrbis

We are pleased to welcome Swegon, one of the leading providers of data center air conditioning, to dcOrbis. High energy efficiency solutions for data centers The share of data centers in global energy consumption in the IT sector is significant, and the energy requirement will continue to increase in the future. For example, the energy...

03.02.2020

Centron markets data center services through dcOrbis

Our service is our corporate philosophy Long-standing customers can confirm: Our experienced technicians are always there when they are needed - really always. The permanent monitoring of all systems hosted by us ensures maximum reliability. Our customers don't get stuck in a call center; out of conviction we provide customers with a...

29.01.2020

Viavi - One of the leading providers of test and measurement devices for optical networks opts for dcOrbis

About VIAVI Solutions VIAVI Solutions is divided into the two main business areas Network and Service Enablement (NSE) and Optical Security and Performance (OSP). VIAVI employs more than 3,500 people and, with 60 branches, meets the requirements of its global customers. Network and Service Enablement (NSE) The NSE division is based on...

08.01.2020

EATON Electric at dcOrbis from February

We look forward to welcoming Eaton Electric to dcOrbis as a supplier from January. About Eaton Eaton Electrical is a world leader in products and engineering services Power distribution, safe and uninterruptible power supply, machine and Building automation, system and motor protection, lighting, security and cable management as well as...

03.01.2020

Gude Systems will market PDUs and monitoring systems on dcOrbis from January

GUDE has been a manufacturer of innovative devices for IT, AV and Industrial area. They enable the optimization and expansion of IT infrastructures as typically found in network, server and media cabinets occurrence. The customer's areas of application range from corporate networks through media controls to data centers and industrial...

02.01.2020

dcOrbis is pleased to welcome STACKIT as a new partner

Companies STACKIT is the digital umbrella brand of the Schwarz Group for IT services. STACKIT is backed by Schwarz IT KG as the central IT service provider for the group of companies, which includes Lidl and Kaufland. In addition to 20,000 servers with over 22.5 PB storage, we operate 1.4 million network ports and one of the largest SAP retail...

30.12.2019

COOLtec on dcOrbis from January 2020

COOLtec - your partner for tailor-made air conditioning technology COOLtec Systems Klima Kühl GmbH was founded in 2004 and has been on the since sophisticated air conditioning market successfully established. The former geographical focus of the Company has expanded from Germany to Austria. The climate technology expert COOLtec has its...

30.12.2019

Weiss raised floor systems on dcOrbis in the future

Weiss Doppelbodensysteme GmbH is based in Schwäbisch Gmünd in Baden Württemberg. We have been producing raised floor systems with Swabian precision and dedication for several decades. In 1975 Mr. Dieter Weiss laid the foundation stone of the company. The rapidly advancing mechanization of the telecommunications industry increasingly requires...

30.12.2019

Techbuyer's servers, storage and switches at dcOrbis

Techbuyer's servers and switches will be available at dcOrbis from mid-January 2020. Techbuyer - We are your specialists in buying, refurbishing and selling IT The first choice for high quality servers, storage and network devices, both new and refurbished. We enable your company to maximize your IT budget by offering you...

27.12.2019

Windcores markets colocation and housing through dcOrbis

ass = "uvc-sub-heading ult-responsive" style = "font-weight: normal;"> High Performance Computing (HPC) places high demands on the data center infrastructure, as short-term power consumption and drops are typical. This volatility is an enormous and costly challenge for conventional, often energetically inert data center concepts. Wind turbines are...

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