Flexible, intuitive, dynamic – How our new workplace module with multi-viewing functionality sets new standards

Flexible, intuitive, dynamic – How our new workplace module with multi-viewing functionality sets new standards

Our new workplace module with multi-viewing functionality addresses the challenges of demanding process and information control environments. The use of the DynamicWorkplace-CON not only significantly reduces the physical workload of users, but also optimizes response times for critical decisions. With this significant expansion of our portfolio, we are responding to the ever-increasing complexity in control …

KVM for Public Safety: Five key benefits

KVM for Public Safety: Five key benefits

During day-to-day rush hour, a violent thunderstorm suddenly breaks out. Heavy rain and storms lead to traffic chaos, lightning lights up the sky. The local emergency call center receives numerous calls within minutes. The reports range from fallen trees and flooded roads to traffic accidents and power outages. You and your colleagues in the emergency …

Heinz Nixdorf: How he turned Paderborn into a hub for information technology

Heinz Nixdorf: How he turned Paderborn into a hub for information technology

At first glance, Paderborn¹ may seem an unexpected counterpart to today’s Silicon Valley, yet in the mid-20th century, North Rhine-Westphalia had its own IT and economic icon: Heinz Nixdorf. From humble beginnings, Heinz Nixdorf developed his company based in Paderborn into a pioneer in computer technology. At the same time, his commitment to education, infrastructure, …

FreeSeating function: Personalized setup for each control room workplace

FreeSeating function: Personalized setup for each control room workplace

In mission-critical control rooms, where operations are monitored and coordinated around the clock, flexibility and efficiency are paramount. Whether in air traffic control, energy control rooms or other safety-relevant environments, the user-friendliness of the systems plays a decisive role in the efficiency of work processes. In this context, FreeSeating, as an exclusive component of the …

When ones and zeros were still holes: Herman Hollerith and the invention of the tabulating machine

When ones and zeros were still holes: Herman Hollerith and the invention of the tabulating machine

Herman Hollerith – a name that many people may not be as familiar with as Bill Gates or Steve Jobs. However, Hollerith actually laid the foundation for the development and commercialization of data processing with his invention of an electromechanical evaluation machine at the end of the 19th century. His perforated card machine allowed large …

Meet the Future of ATM: We’re launching an innovative allrounder for the Air Traffic industry at Airspace World 2024

Meet the Future of ATM: We’re launching an innovative allrounder for the Air Traffic industry at Airspace World 2024

New solution for flexible and reliable IT access in ATC control rooms is introduced at Airspace World From March 19 to 21, 2024, we’ll be showcasing its broad range of KVM solutions at booth L39. The company not only offers an extensive portfolio for ANSPs, but also premieres the DynamicWorkplace-CON, which aims to improve the …

Linus Torvalds: How he became a pioneer of software development with open-source code – A tribute to his 54th birthday

Linus Torvalds: How he became a pioneer of software development with open-source code – A tribute to his 54th birthday

Linus Torvalds had a lasting impact on the world of software engineering with his visionary idea of developing an operating system based on open and freely accessible source code. The open-source license of “Linux” enabled developers worldwide to access, improve and extend the code. This collaborative approach has not only made “Linux” one of the …