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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 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.

Christopher Stumm
LEGO e-shelter Data Center model

e-shelter recently commissioned a LEGO model of its Frankfurt 1 data center campus. The entire structure is 3x2 meters and is represented at a 1:100 scale of the original campus.

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