SEH Technology celebrates '35 years of innovative product development'

07 May 2021

SEH Technology, the specialist in professional network solutions, is celebrating 35 years of existence.

Founded in 1986 by Christian and Joachim Sturmhoefel, Rainer Ellerbrake and Peter Herden, the company has  experience in printing and networks, with a broad range of skills in these applications for all types of business environments.

SEH Technology was one of the first companies to make printers network compatible. Today, as network specialists, it offers customers a broad portfolio of innovative products with development and production from its headquarters in Germany, plus worldwide distribution via its US and UK subsidiaries and extensive network of partners, distributors and resellers.

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Network monitoring in a hybrid world

06 May 2021

In 2021, we face more network vulnerabilities, security attacks and data breaches than ever before in the history of IT and communications. This has increased the demand for stronger network performance and the tools used to manage the network. Given this, it’s imperative businesses find a way to accommodate all of these systems and networks with the right network monitoring and security tools to protect our corporate assets and - of course - the bottom line.

Neil Collier, co-founder and technical director of GCH Test & Computer Services explains how using the internet for all users has changed significantly since March 2020 when the Covid-19 pandemic spread across the globe.

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Rittal's new TX CableNet

06 May 2021

IT professionals are coming under increasing time pressure and managing increasingly complex systems. With its new TX CableNet, Rittal is accelerating professional-quality network cabling.

Even large quantities of cable with a soft bending radius are easily inserted, and perfect cable routing is achieved with the “waterfall principle”.

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Optimising cooling within the data centre

06 May 2021

 Alex Thompson, sales engineer, technology sector, Airedale International 

 Alex Thompson, sales engineer, technology sector, Airedale International 

The world has been catapulted into a virtual reality at a much faster pace than we ever envisaged and the need to move our day to day lives online, in response to the pandemic, has seen the data centre industry having to respond fast to maintain service and match demand.

Since the age of computers began, the need for effective cooling to keep IT operational has been a much debated topic. At Airedale, we invest heavily into R&D to ensure we meet the objectives and solve the issues faced by data centre managers, both at strategic and operational level. With a wealth of expertise in this field, we can share some of our frequently covered topics of discussion and resolutions.

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