For the largest office network in the Netherlands, R&M and the local partners – BAM and SPIE – developed a future-proof solution. It enables comprehensive digitalization and flexible use of the government building Rijnstraat 8 in The Hague.
The Technical University of Košice is blazing a trail into the future. With its University Science Park it has created an interdisciplinary center for the transfer of intelligence and innovations. Intelligence is also a word that can be used of...
Up to 120 plug connections per height unit in a 19’’ rack. The R&M platform Netscale offers top packing density for FO networks. But how can administrators keep a clear overview of everything? R&MinteliPhy takes care of that automatically.
The R&MinteliPhy automated infrastructure management system offers versatile reporting. It provides comprehensive support for data centers in terms of controlling resources and capacity planning. A reader for mobile data recording at the rack is the latest addition.
Riyadh International Catering Corp. (RICC), the McDonald’s Corporation franchisee in Saudi Arabia, is laying the foundations for further expansion with a new data center. The network infrastructure has fully-automatic monitoring in real time.
The Tour Incity is one of Europe's most exemplary office complexes. The third-highest building in France is simply elegant, has intelligent infrastructure and low energy consumption. All helped along by Cat. 6A cabling by R&M.
The update for the network monitoring system R&MinteliPhy extends the function range of Automated Infrastructure Management (AIM) making the management of even very large infrastructures and remote locations simpler and clearer.
The national health insurance company of the United Arab Emirates Daman can look forward to a fantastic future with its new headquarters in Abu Dhabi. Its data network is already equipped for upcoming technologies today and opens up some amazing...
High-scale, dynamic infrastructures in data centers call for new management methods. Automation underpinning networks is the order of the day. Operational, economic and legal requirements must be taken into account during the planning process.