CEBIT's change of direction and exhibition dates has raised expectations for Europe's biggest business festival for innovation and digitization. Although visitors have yet to try out the new concept, the ever growing list of exhibits is clear evidence of exhibitors' enthusiasm. FAST LTA AG is just one of the many businesses that are queuing up to join CeBIT on this new journey. The German company, already a regular fixture at CEBIT, is relocating to Hall 12 to demonstrate cutting-edge applications for secure backup and archiving solutions, reinforcing its reputation as a specialist supplier of products and services for storing vast amounts of data with built-in data protection.
In light of the new European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the company is focusing hard on digitization and data security. Its archiving systems are designed to help businesses, local authorities and hospitals implement GDPR requirements - and have been doing just that for the past ten years. With thousands of its Silent Cubes now deployed as standalone WORM (Write One, Ready Many) storage devices, FAST LTA boasts virtually unequaled experience. Its innovative Silent Brick system's flexible data storage devices can even function offline, ensuring data is archived in compliance with the law. Its developers liken this solution to a tape system, but with far greater flexibility and higher speeds thanks to the use of hard drives and SSDs.