Stratus In the News

January 18, 2018
European beef processor achieves always-on supply chain status with 24/7/365 software solution

By Stratus, Refrigerated & Frozen Foods
This Refrigerated and Frozen Foods article features Stratus’ Dunbia case study, highlighting how Stratus’ everRun software helps European beef processor, Dunbia, virtually eliminate the risk of downtime and associated business loss.

January 11, 2018
Breweries Tapping the IIoT to Produce Your Favorite Brew

By Jason Andersen, IoT Journal
In this IoT Journal article, Stratus’ Jason Andersen discusses how breweries leverage the Industrial Internet of Things to optimize operation and efficiency, delivering actionable information in real time and enabling breweries to compete in today's increasingly unpredictable, consumer-driven marketplace.

January 10, 2018
Bridging the gap to IT/OT convergence

By Jason Andersen, Connectivity
For over 20 years there have been discussions about IT and OT convergence, but meaningful progress has not been made. Divisions largely continue to persist but there is promise that it’s about to change. Now, as companies become more involved in the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), adopting new infrastructures and Big Data, we are seeing the need to bridge this divide.

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Press Releases

November 29, 2017
Stratus Unveils Edge Computing Strategy

Company addresses growing need of 90 percent of industrial users who want a simplified edge infrastructure with updated version of ftServer and preview of coming products

September 27, 2017
Stratus and FogHorn Partner to Bring Real-time Analytics and Continuously Available Edge Infrastructure to the Industrial Automation Market

Stratus Technologies, a global leader in continuous availability solutions for mission-critical applications today announced a technology partnership with FogHorn Systems, a leading developer of “edge intelligence” software for industrial and commercial Internet of Things applications.

July 17, 2017
Cost reduction and operational efficiencies combine to drive the IIoT according to new research

Cost reduction and operational efficiency are key drivers of IIoT adoption according to major new research released today by IIoT availability experts Stratus Technologies. The study, ‘Digital Industrial Transformation with the Internet of Things’, showed that 72% of industrial companies in Europe cited cost reduction and operational efficiency as the biggest drivers of IIoT progress. More than 250 people responsible for IT, business lines, digital business and the IIoT in companies in the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, Switzerland, Austria, the Nordic and Benelux regions were surveyed by telephone. 

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