Bosch upgrades its Dicentis system server with new hardware from HP

The Dicentis system server from Bosch has become very popular since its launch in 2019, with more than 60% of Dicentis Conference System installations now including the device. This solution has now been upgraded with new hardware from HP and an enhanced operating system (OS).

The new hardware means the Dicentis system server moves to the HP Z2 Mini G5 workstation. While looking similiar to the previous version, it offers increased performance and presents a powerful solution for systems of up to 750 devices. As the server is quiet and compact, it can also be used inside meeting rooms.

For the highest security, the server is using the latest Windows Server 2019 OS and the latest Dicentis 3.60 software. While migration to Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS) was taken care of in an earlier software release, the 3.60 release has also added HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS) and Transport Layer Security (TLS 1.2) protocols by default. From now on, industry standard certificate technology is not only used to guarantee secure connections, but it is also used to confirm the authenticity of the meeting notes and voting files.

The HP-branded system server is part of the IP-based Dicentis family offering a one-stop-shop solution for conference projects. The state-of-the-art system server provides all the advantages of an IP system: all Dicentis services run on an extremely reliable and easy-to-use platform, while all necessary features and functionalities have been pre-installed, virus protected and are ready-to-go. The Windows OS and Dicentis software 3.60 have been pre-configured with the specific purpose of minimizing installation time and providing assurance that the server is set up correctly.


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