Originally established as a system provider in 1991, Campus Computersysteme has continuously adapted to the evolving needs of the market and is one of the first German enterprises to focus on virtualization.
Over the years Campus Computersysteme has built up a fully comprehensive programme covering all aspects of the virtual IT environment, complemented by security products and services. Certified partner to VMware, Dell, Microsoft, Veeam and other renowned brands, the company is able to offer a wide range of products today including backup solutions, storage systems, virtualization management solutions, security platforms for cloud-based servers and WAN optimization systems.
Now as before, the focus is on virtualization and the development of sound, customer-oriented concepts covering server, storage and desktop virtualization, backup solutions in virtual environments and network infrastructures.
“Just recently we have become involved in the virtualization of 3D workplaces, for example for CAD software,” adds Dipl.-Ing. Ute Hildebrand, managing director and responsible for distribution, marketing and personnel management. “Once these solutions have been tested in pilot applications, they will complement our existing range of innovative and intelligent solutions.”
Optimized with regard to performance and cost efficiency, the company’s solutions range from the initial analysis right through to proactive maintenance once a project has been realized.
Moreover, Campus Computersysteme regularly organizes workshops to inform users of the possibilities and perspectives their systems entail. Server virtualization with VMware, desktop virtualization with VMware, storage virtualization with DataCore, backup solutions with Syncsort and 3D virtualization in WAN are some topics of seminars organized by Campus Computersysteme.
Dynamic, medium-sized enterprises are among the clients that benefit from the company’s competence in virtual infrastructure systems and testify to its successful performance in the whole of Germany and parts of Switzerland.
Telephone marketing, events in-house and participation in trade fairs such as the Local Bit in Koblenz support the company’s aim of expanding its customer base and achieving sustained growth. Managing Director Hildebrand particularly values personal contacts and the company’s role in supporting its clients.
“In order to remain successful, businesses need to invest in the future,” she concludes. “Our virtual infrastructure solutions are an important contribution, along with storage capable of handling growing data volumes and ensuring data security.”