ISD300 Intelligent Spooling Device by SEH Now With Solid State Disk (SSD) Phoenixville, PA (February 2nd, 2009) SEH, a worldwide leader in networked USB technologies, today announced it has expanded its print appliance product series ISD300 to
The acronym SSD stands for solid state drive. Sometimes the incorrect designation solid state disk is used - incorrect because SSD is a drive without any mechanical and rotating components.
We are very happy to have enlisted a new distributor for Ireland: MaxIT is the leading Irish distributor for business IT solutions, especially in Thin Client environments.
Our ISD print appliance family has a new member: The new model ISD300-SSD is equipped with a 16 Gigabyte solid state drive (SSD). In contrast to conventional hard disks, solid state disks do not use rotating components and thus do not wear out
ISD300 Intelligent Spooling Device by SEH Now With Solid State Disk (SSD) Bielefeld, Germany (January 19, 2009) The German networkspecialist SEH expands its print appliance product series ISD300 to include a model with a solid state disk (SSD). In
Our Spanish distributor Sitefa exhibited several SEH products and solutions at the SITI/@asLAN trade show in Barcelona from October 28 - 29. The two-day event was organized by @asLAN, the association of suppliers of network systems, Internet and
Originally we developed our Intelligent Spooling Device ISD300 for small to medium networks. Meanwhile this appliance is ordered in greater numbers for large company networks.
Consolidation and saving costs is a great issue in the IT world. Virtualization is one of the recurring topics in this context. When it comes to network printing, desktop virtualization poses some technological challenges. SEH cooperated with the
Like last year, our British subsidiary SEH Technology was among theexhibitors of the DSGi Business Customer Exhibition. DSGi Business, a leading British IT retailer focusing on B2B and public sector, organizes this event annually. More than 100
The term "certificate" often surfaces in the context of the IT security issues authentication and encryption. A digital certificate (also public key certificate) is the electronic correspondent to an identity card or passport, confirming the