A new active in-carriage antenna designed to simplify the deployment of Wi-Fi on trains and help rail operators achieve higher data throughput for a better on-board Wi-Fi experience. Find out more!
Data centers are getting bigger and bigger in response to a growth in connectivity demands, with advancements such as 5G, the Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence sending volumes of data through the roof. To maintain the ever-growing number of connections, the fiber backbone plays a key role in the success of a colocation data center.
On 14th June 2013 the new long-haul Airbus A350 took off from Toulouse, France, for its four-hour maiden flight. On board were numerous radio frequency cables and connectors from HUBER+SUHNER.
A 300 km range, 240 kWh battery capacity and 408 BHP - the world's first electrically-powered 18-ton truck was created in Fehraltorf, Switzerland, on behalf of the E-FORCE ONE AG. And RADOX® cables by HUBER+SUHNER helped make the reliable construction of the high-voltage electrical system possible.
The first luxury electric sports car from Exagon Motors will be entering into production from the beginning of 2014. These innovative vehicles boast two liquid-cooled electric motors from Siemens that include assemblies from HUBER+SUHNER.
Ensuring an adequate energy supply is one of the greatest technological challenges of the new century. By 2050, twice as much primary energy will be required worldwide compared to today. The finite nature of fossil fuels and the desire to reduce greenhouse gases are driving the further development of regenerative sources of energy. This not only requires new installations, but also cost savings through energy efficiency: an objective that can only be achieved through superior technical solutions. HUBER+SUHNER offers three technologies for wind energy that can help achieve these goals.
Galileo is the European equivalent of the American GPS. By 2020, this new navigation system will operate using 30 satellites orbiting the Earth – featuring products from HUBER+SUHNER.
Renova Energia is a Brazilian company that produces clean energy from renewable sources. Renova Energia owns several hydroelectric power plants and 14 wind farms in Brazil, one of which has already entered operation. This, the largest wind farm in Latin America, is cabled using HUBER+SUHNER fiber optic solutions.
In medicine, operations must succeed at the first attempt. Perfect interaction between humans and technology is critical to success. Utmost precision and reliability are a must for the technical components. Passive connections by HUBER+SUHNER open up new opportunities for minimally invasive surgery, diagnostic imaging, wireless patient monitoring and radiation therapy.
Microsulis Medical Ltd in the South of England is one of the few manufacturers of microwave ablation equipment, a minimally invasive technique for combatting cancer. HUBER+SUHNER supplies the company with a customised semi-rigid assembly for the Acculis MTA ablation system, and is also involved in further developments as a partner for connectivity solutions.
For over 25 years, RADOX has been the epitome of high-quality electrical, solar, industrial and rail cables with satisfied customers across the world. Previously impossible to produce, revolutionary RADOX technology fiber optic cables are now available.
Armpit perspiration stains are an unpleasant, but widespread phenomenon. Solutions for combating excessive perspiration, known under the medical term of hyperhidrosis, include deodorants, Botox, surgery – or cables from HUBER+SUHNER.