Day Two at DSEI

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DSEI Blog BannerDay Two at DSEI kicked off in style. As the doors opened attendees were greeted by the Royal Marines Band in fantastic form, setting the tone for the rest of the day and generating a real buzz around proceedings.

As visitors began filtering through to the stand we picked up where we left off on Tuesday. Perhaps word was spreading at the event, as our rack integration capabilities received high levels of interest, particularly from those in the aviation industry.

Simulation TechnologyWe have come across a lot of simulation technology at the event. Unsurprising, as we know from experience that a lot of defence training relies on simulation based instruction and implementation. This is often a resource hungry application that requires a lot of high-end computing power, usually in limited spaces. Integrating these systems into 19” rack cabinets is the best way of squaring this circle, but not without its risks.

 

Discussion with CustomersConversations were varied on the stand during the day and one of these led to a great opportunity to meet a range of industry contacts at the ADS networking event. Thanks to industrial data storage business, Jactron, for inviting us along.

With a list of meetings lined up we had the opportunity to engage with high profile customers, allowing us to discuss industry issues and share knowledge.

All in all a very productive and insightful day. We look forward to more of the same on day three, continuing to network with attendees and showcase the benefits of our products and service offerings.

Don’t forget to visit us on stand S9-145, where we will be exhibiting our rack integration expertise as well our custom design capabilities.

 

Tagged in: Defence and Security, DSEI, DSEI 2015, Rack-Integration, Simulation computers

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