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DATWYLER Newsletter - June 2020

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Dear Business Partner, 
 
The lockdown has lent momentum to the demand for fast and sustainable IT infrastructures. This is consistent with the findings of our comparative study between the DACH region and mainland China, which showed that in future small and medium-sized businesses want to invest heavily in data centres, cloud infrastructures and trend technologies such as 5G and edge computing.
 
Fibre optic expansion is also experiencing a fresh impetus. According to a VATM Study around another 600,000 Fibre to the Home/Building connections are planned during the first half of 2020 in Germany alone. The subject of fibre optics is a common thread in the present Newsletter – running through our current product presentation as well as the case studies.
 
Finally, we would be delighted to have your vote in the Vogel IT “IT Awards 2020”– if this has not already happened. You can still vote here until the end of August.
 
Please do not hesitate to contact us for further information at any time  – either by telephone or email.
 
Kind regards,
Your Datwyler team

Top News

Major investment in the IT infrastructure
5G and edge computing on the rise
Free online training
Fibre optic cables of the future
260 km optical fibre for car plant
10 gigabits for Victorinox
Reminder: IT Awards 2020

Datwyler Study:

Major investment in the IT infrastructure

Data centres and cloud concepts are being upgraded

In the study entitled “How digital are small and medium-sized businesses?” Datwyler investigated the status and evolution of digitisation in the DACH region and China. The level of investment is high in both markets: 81 percent of respondents in the DACH region and 99 percent in China wanted to invest in their IT infrastructure during the coming 12 months...

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Datwyler Study:

5G and Edge Computing on the rise

Trend technologies on the spending agenda

Small and medium-sized businesses are breaking new ground when it comes to expanding their IT infrastructures: In DACH 55 percent are planning investment in 5G, in China the figure is as high as 70 percent. In DACH Edge Computing is on the spending agenda in 47 percent of companies. In China 65 percent see data processing “at the edges of the network” as an area of investment in the years to come...

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Free online training

Data centre infrastructures: today and tomorrow

Datwyler is continually extending its range of online training courses for you. From now on you have access free of charge to high-quality virtual training courses on data centre infrastructures (German and English), which form the backbone of most digitisation projects...

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Products:

Fibre optic cables of the future

More fibres, less cost

With the new “C-Micro” product solution Datwyler offers network operators a very slim innovative cable which substantially increases the fibre density in duct systems. This means that optimum use can be made of the increasingly limited space for access, urban and wide area networks...

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Case Studies:

260 km optical fibre for car plant

Mexico’s automotive industry steps on the gas

A German car and motorcycle manufacturer has installed a Datwyler cabling infrastructure in its plant in San Luis Potosí. The backbone and campus cabling comprises 260 kilometres of fibre optic cables which are connected to 520 patch panels specially designed for the BMW Group...

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Case Studies:

10 gigabits for Victorinox

High-speed communication for logistics centre

In its new European central warehouse in Seewen the manufacturer of the “Original Swiss Pocket Knife” relies on a shielded 10G cabling solution from Datwyler. The shielded solution enables Victorinox to operate the 10G infrastructure at low cost and low risk... 

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News:

Reminder: IT Awards 2020

Voting still open until 31st August

Datwyler has been nominated for the “DataCenter Insider Readers' Choice Award” in the “Data Centre Cabling” category. You have until 31.08.2020 to take part in the survey and vote for us. Many thanks in advance! 

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