Rittal Perforex BC 1007 HS & EPLAN Pro Panel

Together Rittal & EPLAN provide an automated design and manufacturing package for Burnell Switchgear and Control.

Rittal Automation Systems Perforex BC 1007 HS and EPLAN Pro Panel software

If you would like any information please do not hesitate to contact Rittal Limited

Email: information@rittal.co.uk

Telephone: 01709 704000

Website: https://www.rittal.com/com-en/content/en/start/index.jsp


Rittal Exhibiting at Data Center Dynamics 2017

2017-10-10. The global-leading “DatacenterDynamics Converged Europe Conference and Expo”, at London’s old Billingsgate, will bring together the world’s keenest minds to share their expertise with an international audience of senior ICT and datacentre professionals. Rittal will be there, highlighting a range of solutions that address the needs of companies who design, install and operate data centres, whatever their size or scale. These solutions are designed to provide users with efficient, flexible and scalable responses to meet the challenges, not just of today, but also those they may face further down the line.
Visitors can find out how to build-in energy efficiency, the value of modularity, and how to future-proof projects, whether this involves installing a few racks or several hundred servers.

Clive Partridge from Rittal says: “Rittal – The System is a concept that offers customers a co-ordinated approach to supporting development projects. Starting with close inspection and analysis of a customer’s requirements – which may extend to planning the entire data centre – we can then offer solutions based on precise-fit, efficient, IT-infrastructure components. These range from robust racks for server and network technology, to efficient power supply and protection, and energy-saving, climate control units.”

Challenging the Limits of Technology

Rittal’s senior team will also be speaking at this year’s conference, using real-life examples to explore how working at the edges of technology can be the catalyst for invention.

Visitors will be shown how, for example, in one high-density computing project Rittal’s engineers challenged theoretical design limits, physically stressed products to the limit, and ensured resilience and security was at the forefront of all the design decisions. While not everyone will use high-density computing, the lessons learned in developing such systems will benefit any data centre director/manager, helping to reduce operating costs without compromising performance.

Rittal will be exhibiting and speaking at DatacenterDynamics Converged Europe Conference and Expo, 7-8 November 2017, at Old Billingsgate London’s on Stand 20 and Stand 7 in the OCP area.

Further information at http://www.rittal.co.uk and http://www.friedhelm-loh-group.com or on twitter @rittal_ltd.



National Customer Service Week

Friday – Reward and recognition

Today, we bring to a close a week of events with a chance to celebrate with all the teams at Rittal UK our fantastic achievement in receiving the “Service Mark” Award from the Institute of Customer Service – well done everyone who has worked so hard together to accomplish this accolade.

Rittal Cloud Computing CPD Seminars

Rittal Ltd has just launched a new Cloud Computing accredited seminar as part of its highly-respected Continuing Professional Development (CPD) series.

The seminar on Cloud Computing & Software Defined Data Centres looks at the impact cloud computing has had across the industry.

It will explore how the cloud enables better management, and improved analysis, of data, along with shared access from internet-enabled devices.

The seminar also examines how the need for greater capacity within datacentres to accommodate edge computing and the Internet of Things will lead to major structural changes within datacentres, along with new cloud computing and networking approaches. It also looks the arguments, both for and against, the increase in size of datacentres and assess the types of workloads they are likely to support in the future.

Rittal Cloud Computing CPD Seminars-2

At the end of the seminar, delegates will have an understanding of:

  • Datacentre capacity
  • New approaches to cloud computing and networking
  • Relevant physical factors
  • The need (or otherwise) for an expansion of datacentres
  • Key issues and constraints of DCiM

​​The seminar is aimed at all levels of expertise within engineering departments, courses can be either presented at consultant or contractors offices or at Rittal’s Head Office showroom and demonstration centre in South Yorkshire, Rittal’s offices in Livingston or, alternatively, at Rittal’s production factory in Plymouth.