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Is now the time to really focus on the Edge?

93% agree that having better systems and connectivity at the edge will enable real-time business decisions.

To remain competitive in today’s always-on world, organisations require near-instant access to data that to make real-time business decisions. Find out how edge computing combined with the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is poised to enable those decisions and change the future of the manufacturing sector within Asia.

 

For more on IIoT, click here for The Edge of an IIoT Evolution from Stratus’ own VP, business line management, Jason Andersen.

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Watch this webinar to get a better understanding on how Industrie 4.0 and IIoT can benefit your operations

John Fryer, Senior Director Industry Solutions at Stratus Technologies together with David Greenfield

Director of Content/Editor-in-Chief of Automation World share best practices on how to define a strategy for adopting new and existing technologies while keeping current operations and infrastructure running when implementing new Industrie 4.0 and IIoT applications.

Living on the Edge

Stratus Blog Series

Intelligent Edge

Overcoming barriers: An evolutionary approach to edge computing

To reap the advantages of edge-based industrial control technologies while minimizing disruption, manufacturing and process companies should take a gradual, step-by-step approach.

IIoT Implementation

How IIoT cost trends impact cloud and edge strategies

Following our recent webinar with LNS, “Build an Analytics Anywhere Strategy today with the IIoT”, we have received a number of questions around the cost implications of implementing an IIoT strategy and how cloud and edge computing both play a part in an IIoT framework.

Focus on the Edge

Life on the Industrial Edge

It is no secret that applications and machines are increasingly becoming more interconnected, enabling the exchange of business-critical data.