NEC’s CB Series of interactive collaboration displays is an entry-level solution for education and business customers. It is available in 65, 75 and 86-inch screen sizes and comes with its own embedded computing unit, a media player for video playback, interactivity for up to 20 simultaneous touchpoints, and the Mosaic Connect wireless presentation solution. This allows up to four people to share files and stream content wirelessly from a Windows 10, Mac OS, iOS, Android or Chrome device.
The Firebox T35-R network security appliance from WatchGuard Technologies extends network security to industrial internet of things (IIoT) devices in agriculture, manufacturing, oil and gas, utilities and other harsh environments. Protecting against malware, intrusions and other threats, the T35-R offers the same enterprise-grade performance and protection as other WatchGuard network security appliances, with the added benefit of an IP64- rated industrial enclosure that protects it from moisture, dust and temperatures of -40 to +60 degrees Celsius.
Deutsche Telekom has become the first company to join the Konica Minolta Alliance Program for the development and marketing of solutions based on each company’s area of expertise. The first of these pairs Konica Minolta AIRe Lens smart glasses with an embedded connectivity module that integrates mobile network services from Deutsche Telekom. The 5G-capable AIRe Lens hands-free AR solution is designed to speed up and simplify complex manual tasks in manufacturing or maintenance environments.
OKI’s new Pro9541WT Digital Toner Transfer Media Printer is a versatile device for printing CMYK+White output onto A3+ print media and textiles and hard surfaces via transfer media. Shu Watanabe, Vice President Industry Print, OKI Europe Ltd, said: “The Pro9541WT’s combination of industryleading digital LED technology, CMYK+White toner printing capability and cutting-edge transfer media printing makes it possible for users to personalise almost anything from T-shirts and garments to ceramics, plastics and metal.”
Flex to fit
The new Flex 5150 appliance from Veritas extends data protection to the network edge by bringing the company’s enterprise backup solution, NetBackup, to branch and remote offices with limited space and IT resources. Integrating with NetBackup in the core data centre and the cloud, the Flex 5150 protects and restores data at the edge, where it is created, and centralises remote management, with automated policies to reduce risk and ensure consistent protection.
CHERRY’s new MW 8 ERGO wireless mouse is an ergonomic version of the popular MW 8 ADVANCED. Designed for everyday use, the right-handed mouse features a metal surface, rubberised side panels, a large thumb rest plate and a large sliding surface that enables the mouse to glide smoothly across the desk. The high precision ‘track-on-glass’ optical sensor works on nearly every surface, eliminating the need for a mouse pad, and is compatible with 4K screens. With the ability to switch between Bluetooth and 2.4-gigahertz connectivity, the MW 8 ERGO can be paired with a notebook and desktop PC simultaneously.
It costs £49.99.
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Spectra Logic claims its new storage management solution can reduce the cost of data storage by up to 70%. StorCycle does this by identifying inactive files (or entire projects) in the Primary Tier of storage and automatically moving them to a more economical Perpetual Tier that can include any combination of cloud storage, object storage disk, network-attached storage (NAS) and tape. This prevents expensive primary storage from filling up, reducing the need for additional costly flash and disk drives and shrinking backup and recovery windows.