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One of Germany’s most state-of-the-art data centres has been built in Hanover. The TÜV Nord Group, which has specialised in safety expertise for 140 years, wanted to put itself on a more secure and efficient footing.

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    The organic sector is growing at an impressive pace. Coesfeld-based organics wholesaler Weiling has benefited from this upwards trend and currently supplies over 1,200 customers with more than 11,000 products. To handle logistics on this scale, the wholesaler needed a new, stable IT infrastructure.

  • Leipzig District Office: Model IT project in Saxony

    If its data centre fails, Leipzig District Office is out of action – it simply isn’t possible to deal with applications, approvals or payments without IT. Following local reforms in Saxony, the Office gained a lot more responsibilities, which meant it needed a new data centre.

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    A commitment to the local region, environmental protection and sustainability are the hallmarks of WEMAG, which is based in Schwerin, Germany. Operating under the wemio brand, the energy supplier delivers green electricity from renewable energy sources to all households and to special contract customers from all sector

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    A new build planned at the Klinikum Lüneburg hospital meant that the existing data centre needed to be moved. After a planning and tendering phase that lasted for around a year, the first step was to modernise the central infrastructure. The next step was to move the Rittal IT systems into the new data centre.

  • Manner: Rittal and the chocolate factory

    The heady scent of ground cocoa beans permeates the air in Vienna. Manner has been producing its famous Neapolitan wafers in the Austrian capital for more than 100 years and is currently investing heavily in its production site.

  • Remmers Baustofftechnik: Monument preservation par excellence

    What do Cologne Cathedral and the Brandenburg Gate have in common? Products from Remmers Baustofftechnik were used in restoration work on both. Remmers is a leading supplier of synthetic speciality products for the building industry and paints and coatings.

  • Demando: A cutting-edge data centre for Kaiserslautern

    Kaiserslautern has developed into an important IT location – the Pfalz region has even been dubbed “Silicon Woods” and has become home to numerous innovative companies. These companies also have the option of outsourcing their IT infrastructure to the data centre run by Demando GmbH.

  • Microsoft: Pilot runs in grand style

    Microsoft offers its customers the option of testing out new software in a specially built data centre at its headquarters in Redmond, USA, before they put it to use in their production environments.

  • ERF: Transmitting with Rittal

    “The broadcaster for a whole lifetime” is the slogan under which ERF Medien e.V. broadcasts radio and television programs from Wetzlar in the Hesse region of Germany. One of the first private broadcasting companies in Germany, it has been spreading the Christian message since 1959, first by radio and then later through

  • Universal-Investment: Data centre installed in record time

    Universal-Investment has grown dramatically in recent years, which compelled the fund-managing company to move to move premises. And there was a further challenge to address: creating a new data centre in Frankfurt/Main, the most time-critical item on the project agenda.

  • University of Kaiserslautern: Academic supercomputers in Rhineland Palatinate

    High-performance computers play a crucial role in safeguarding Germany’s position as an attractive location for businesses. At the end of 2012, a new supercomputer was taken into service at the University of Kaiserslautern in Rhineland Palatinate – with a cooling solution specially developed by Rittal for its performan

  • Fowa Nital Group: New data centre for maximum safety and efficiency

    Fowa Nital has been a distributor of photographic materials and accessories for over 50 years. In 2013, the Group relocated from its headquarters in Turin to Moncalieri in Piedmont. The enterprise made sure it implemented energy-efficient and environmentally-friendly technologies when the new site was constructed.