Hamburg-based Protonet GmbH is on a mission to break down barriers and smooth the way for easier information sharing. To achieve this, it develops end-to-end hardware and software solutions for SMEs, particularly creative freelancers such as photographers, architects and advertising professionals. The idea is to put them back in control of their data and thus liberate them from the clutches of major IT service providers. The company is at CeBIT 2016 to show how it intends to achieve this ambition more efficiently in future. Protonet's innovative CARLA private cloud server is being exclusively revealed in Hannover as a generous storage solution for creative professionals. What’s more, it also provides the ideal basis for SOUL, another premiere at CeBIT - Protonet's hot-off-the-press software platform for business applications.
CARLA is Protonet’s most recent strategic joint project with innovative IT companies aimed at integrating smart software solutions into the SOUL platform. The enormous power CARLA packs in - with its impressive specifications of up to 8 cores, 128 GB RAM, 250 GB SSD caching and as much as 40 TB storage capacity - lets users run several business apps on one box without any special IT expertise, and without any speed loss or power drainage. "Users can set up their own private cloud with this powerful package and run a number of business applications such as CRM, ERP and even digital asset management applications simultaneously," explains Jan Sapper, Protonet’s product manager.
Protonet GmbH (22765 Hamburg, Germany), Hall 13, Stand C75