The New Horizon

AKHET® is the new brand of Pyramid Computer GmbH.

It provides excellent technology for network & security, industry & imaging, machine vision & storage. The brand focuses our mission: to develop, to produce and to distribute innovative turn-key server and industrial pc solutions.

The AKHET® universe includes platforms for industrial PCs, for edge devices, for firewalls and gateways, for media engines, for servers for controlling machine vision and security solutions. AKHET® means quality “Made in Germany” for medium businesses and large enterprises.


AKHET® Hardware lets you keep control of your data.


AKHET® Technology has been providing high-quality, long-term available turnkey solutions to ISVs for over 20 years.

AKHET® stands for solutions meeting precisely the customers’ needs for standardised and specialised systems.

AKHET® is the result of 35 years of experience in the development and manufacture of computer hardware. This is how long customers and specialist partners from retail, industry and IT trust in us.

AKHET provides Industry Branch Solutions

AKHET® products support manufacturers of IT security solutions with enterprise-grade hardware.


AKHET® hardware features robustness and high performance in IIoT

AKHET® products make these customers and specialist partners successful: in industrial production and industrial quality management, in the construction and securing of networks and data centres, in the connection of edge and core components in IIOT.

AKHET® technology is an important link in the value chain for IT service providers and ISVs.

About the word AKHET1

The Pyramid of Cheops is the oldest and largest of the three pyramids of Giza and is therefore also called “Great Pyramid”. Its ancient Egyptian name Akhet Chufu means Horizon of Cheops. Akhet as horizon stands for the foresight, visibility and possibilities, thus also for our experience, with which Pyramid develops products for our customers, lives quality and renders services.


[1] Zahi Hawass: The Programs of the Royal Funerary Complexes of the Fourth Dynasty. In: David O’Connor, David P. Silverman: Ancient Egyptian Kingship. BRILL, Leiden 1994.