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thyssenkrupp Steel is expanding its IT infrastructure with Rittal Edge Data Centers

With the help of Rittal Edge Data Centers, thyssenkrupp Steel is quickly and flexibly building the IT resources required directly at the production sites to advance the digitization of a wide range of steel production processes.

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