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Putting paid to the Bielefeld Conspiracy

According to a longstanding German Internet conspiracy spoof, the home city of SEH Computertechnik doesn't exist, but the veteran CEBIT exhibitor is certainly putting Bielefeld back on the map - thanks to its extensive range of products and solutions.

15 Jun. 2018
SEH IH 304
SEH IH 304

"This year heralds a new era at CEBIT," says Jörg Hecke, product manager at SEH Computertechnik GmbH: "The new-look trade fair is thus a perfect setting for our new industrial product range. We're looking forward to meeting existing and potential customers, partners and other interested visitors." SEH is showcasing its extensive product range for the industrial sector in Hall 13. Besides the INU-100 USB device server and SU-302 serial to USB data converter, the company is also exhibiting the IH-304 USB hub. All three models have been designed for top hat rail mounting in server enclosures and 19-inch racks.

SEH is also presenting the customized DRP-20 and DRP-75 DIN rail power supply units for the INU-100 and IH-304, and they, too, can be installed on the top hat rail. The company also has software innovations on show. The myUTN-2500 and INU-100 device servers can now be operated in isochronous mode, which makes it possible to transmit continuous data streams - typically audio or visual data. SEH is presenting further popular highlights from its product portfolio, such as the primos Enterprise AirPrint Server, USB device servers, dongle server solutions and print servers. That's all pretty impressive for a company apparently based in a city that doesn't exist!

SEH Computertechnik GmbH (33647 Bielefeld, Germany), Hall 13, Stand B108