What is on the list of trends for 2020?

Growing volumes of data, a secure European cloud (data control), rapid upgrades of data centres and rising energy consumption are the IT/data centre trends for Rittal in 2020. For example, the use of OCP (Open Compute Project) technology and heat recovery offers solutions for the challenges of the present. According to the market researchers at Read more about What is on the list of trends for 2020?[…]

Winning together: Gold for Innovo Cloud and Rittal at the IT Awards

Innovo Cloud and Rittal come top in readers’ poll of leading IT specialist media Gold in the “Pre-Build Datacenter” category Pre-configured, turnkey solutions impress with their rapid usability Businesses are increasingly relying on pre-configured data centres in order to establish new IT landscapes rapidly and efficiently. According to the market researchers at IDC, IT growth Read more about Winning together: Gold for Innovo Cloud and Rittal at the IT Awards[…]

Rising Star award for high-availability and flexible edge computing solutions

ISG analysts believe there is high-potential market demand for Rittal’s edge computing offering Award is further confirmation that Rittal is set to be a key edge computing player in the coming years Rittal boasts a broad portfolio of edge computing solutions, developed in association with partners such as ABB, Atos, Hitachi, HPE and Siemens Rittal Read more about Rising Star award for high-availability and flexible edge computing solutions[…]

Rittal Innovation Center welcomes 10,000th visitor

In July, the Haiger-based Rittal Innovation Center welcomed its 10,000th visitor three years after its opening. The great interest visitors have shown in live presentations and training courses underscore the high demand for innovations in panel building and switchgear manufacturing. Rittal, Eplan and Cideon showcase consistent implementation of Industry 4.0 concepts located here on a Read more about Rittal Innovation Center welcomes 10,000th visitor[…]

Industry 4.0 manufacturing

The new Rittal plant in Haiger embraces the principles of Industry 4.0. The company has made its largest single investment, totalling 250 million euros, to establish the world’s most advanced facility for its new compact and small enclosures. The highly automated manufacturing processes, in conjunction with the neighbouring distribution centre, enable seamless order fulfilment, guaranteeing Read more about Industry 4.0 manufacturing[…]

“Stronger together” in sales channels

. Over 70 partners discussed edge technology, Blockchain and new business models in Dublin Strengthening each other and making use of individual expertise for synergy effects Expanding the Rittal IT Ecosystem for joint growth “Every partner has different strengths and brings along its own individual capabilities.” Host Andrew Grace, Head of Global IT Channel & Read more about “Stronger together” in sales channels[…]

Data ready for smart buildings

Studies suggest that global data volumes will increase ten-fold by 2025, to 163 zettabytes (Zbytes). This is being driven by the Internet of Things (IoT) – ranging from networked manufacturing to smart homes and smart cities. Edge data centers can handle the huge amounts of data near the point of origin. The Rittal Edge Data Read more about Data ready for smart buildings[…]