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Data Center Austria 2023
Digital X

Datwyler sees positive results following trade fair appearances in September. At Data Center Austria in Vienna one of our data centre experts gave a well-received talk on sustainable Edge solutions. At Digital X in Cologne Datwyler presented the Q-tainer, a concrete project for the successful digitisation of traditional processes.

Data Center Austria 2023
In September around 200 participants took the opportunity of finding out about the latest IT trends during this year’s ForumIT in Vienna. The focus was on the challenges posed by AI and digital transformation as well as the issues of cybersecurity, data centres, service desk and SAM.

Datwyler took part in one of the four parallel conferences, Data Center Austria, with a stand and a well-received presentation. Pius Albisser, Datwyler’s Senior Engineer Data Centre Solutions, gave a talk on “The appropriate environment for sustainable edge solutions”. Among other things, the audience members learned how to create business potential from data and were given information on customised IT and OT infrastructure solutions and services.

The two days were filled with knowledge transfer and networking. The Datwyler Team in Austria were pleased with the lively interest shown by the visitors.

Digital X in Cologne
On 20th and 21st September Digital X 2023 in Cologne revolved around the topic of digitisation. In the centre of Cologne around 50,000 visitors, 250 speakers and 300 partners – including Datwyler – showed how digital transformation can succeed. New perspectives, innovation, future vision and hands-on technology – this event which bore the slogan “Be digital. Stay human.” was all about technological developments and megatrends as well as the issue of how to reconcile people and technology.

Many prominent guests like George Clooney, Björn Ulvaeus, Amy Webb and Dr. Wladimir Klitschko were there. At its stand in one of the partner tents on the Rudolfsplatz the Datwyler team also had a very special visitor in the person of Tim Höttges, CEO of Deutsche Telekom AG.

At the event Datwyler presented the Q-tainer, a specific project for the successful digitalisation of traditional processes which was developed together with a customer – from use case to IT project implementation. “We know the challenges our customers face and – together with our partners – we develop solutions that support and improve their business processes,” explained Ralf Klotzbücher, Vice President Sales Europe at Datwyler IT Infra. “Through proof-of-concept projects tailored to our customers’ individual requirements we give them the assurance that the ideas developed together will work and that the digitisation projects will help to make their processes more efficient.”