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Ashley Hamilton
e-shelter Innovation Lab

The first stage of the NTT DATA Open Innovation Contest (OIC) is right around the corner, with the regional contest taking place on October 17th, 2019 in Munich.

Christopher Stumm
e-shelter innovation lab

Can training a robot solve an acute skills shortage?

If we have an untrained robot and a highly specialized job, how hard is it to apply one to the other? How can we teach them what to do? What are the challenges that await us?

e-shelter Staff

Cloud computing is one of many technologies that is expanding into all facets of life and, as a result, is one of the main drivers of increased demand for data center capacity.

e-shelter Staff
e-shelter innovation lab

e-shelter is pleased to invite qualified start-ups and enterprises to the NTT DATA Open Innovation Contest (OIC). The OIC is the leading global program to advance innovative technology initiatives for the future.

Dominik Friedel
e-shelter innovation lab

The Internet of Things technology is powering ahead at an accelerated pace.

Dominik Friedel
e-shelter innovation lab

The e-shelter innovation lab and its partners have developed many Proof of Concept solutions over the years by leveraging several emerging technologies.

Andreas Vogl
Inside of a Data Center

We have got it in black and white: ISG has named e-shelter the leader in colocation services in Germany and Switzerland.

Ashley Hamilton
e-shelter Frankfurt 4 Aerial View

e-shelter’s journey to success began in the DACH market, which is made up of the German-speaking countries of Germany, Austria and Switzerland.

Ashley Hamilton
e-shelter location map

The European data center market, which represents nearly 20% of the global market1, is experiencing strong growth.

e-shelter Staff
e-shelter innovation lab

Where would a logistics service provider like trans-o-flex be without a functioning IT infrastructure? trans-o-flex specializes in the transportation of pharmaceutical  products and other sensitive, important goods where temperature-controlled distribution is imperative.

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