Missed the November EntaLive Fujitsu event? We’ve scoured the exhibition floor to round up the vendors and their latest products on show.
The gaming PSU and cooling specialist was presenting its new 850w Power Zone power supply at the show, among other products. This boasts a Cool Off feature, where the fan runs for three minutes after system shutdown to protect the computer’s components.
The vendor had its Nvidia Quadro professional 3D graphics card on display, as well as USB storage drives.
The Datashur Secure USB Flash Drive has its own number pad for users to create a password, which must be inputted in order to access its data.
The company also presented its larger portable data storage devices including a 4TB model for pro users.
Microsoft held a presentation about servers and upgrading from Windows XP, with a stand showcasing Windows 8.1.
Marc Lucas from Microsoft’s OEM Team said that over three quarters of servers are Windows servers, and 50 per cent of those are running Windows 2003, presenting an opportunity to resellers.
The company held a presentation about its vShape virtualisation offering and also showed off new products in its innovation centre, including all-in-ones, the Q520 small form factor PC, laptops like the Ultra Book G772, tablets such as the Q702 hybrid, bluetooth speakers and more.
Simon Broadbent, UKI distribution manager for D-Link, spoke about BYOD and the opportunities in that area, as well as routers and surveillance products.
The vendor debuted its youth-oriented Urban Revolt brand at the show, with products such as headsets on display. Trust accessories and Smartsuit executive bags were also presented.
Several products were on show such as the Mediashare Wireless device, which lets users store and access data from other devices such as a tablet. Its LED lighting and other storage products were on hand, too.
Kingston / Icecat
As well as Kingston’s usual display of SSDs and memory modules, Icecat was also shown off on the stand – a firm that compiles product content for web stores, including Amazon and eBay.
The firm’s latest anti-virus software was on display, from Internet Security 2013 to Premium Protection.
Vision Solutions / Double-Take
Vision Solutions was promoting its Double?Take Move product, which helps enterprise customers and service providers move from VMware to Windows Server 2012 Hyper?V or Windows Azure.
The monitor specialist showcased its new 46-inch six-point touch VA panel which it says is a strong signage proposition for both the retail and corporate markets. It uses infra-red touch technology and ‘is speedier and more accurate’ than optical tech.