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EMC is a global leader in enabling businesses and service providers to transform their operations and deliver information technology as a service (ITaaS). Fundamental to this transformation is cloud computing. Through innovative products and services, EMC accelerates the journey to cloud computing, helping IT departments to store, manage, protect and analyze their most valuable asset — information — in a more agile, trusted and cost-efficient way. Featured Subsidiaries/ Business Units: - RSA - VirtuStream - Pivotal - VMware

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Call it the advent of the Internet of Things (IoT). Fed by sensors soon to number in the trillions, working with intelligent systems in the billions, and involving millions of applications, the Internet of Things will drive new consumer and business behavior that will demand increasingly intelligent industry solutions, which, in turn, will drive trillions of dollars in opportunity for IT vendors and even more for the companies that take advantage of the IoT. Why the IoT heralds a new era of computing is a matter of math. All earlier eras involved the computerization of enterprises or people, of which there are a finite number on the planet. This era involves the computerization, adding software and intelligence, to things – things as varied as cars and toys, airplanes and dishwashers, turbines and dog collars. Yes, there is a finite number of things – at least big things – that might be computerized. But, by IDC’s count, that number is already approaching 200 billion. And the number of sensors (e.g., the accelerometer in your smart phone) that track, monitor, or feed data to those things is already more than 50 billion, with scientists talking about trillion-sensor networks within 10 years. Of course, not all of those 200 billion things are actually wired and communicating on the Internet, but some 20 billion are. And, by 2020, this number will grow by 50% to 30 billion connected devices. The IoT will, in fact, subsume the ICT industry over time – and to good effect. The compound annual growth rate for spending on traditional ICT from 2013 to 2020 is just under 4%. Vendor revenues tied to the part of IoT that are not already in traditional ICT spending will grow at three times that rate. And that’s just the revenue to the supply side. To the buyers and users of IoT technology and services, the payoff should be at least twice that – perhaps many more times. The IoT, however, comes with its own challenges, including a lack of standards, the ability to scale globally, security concerns, and an immature ecosystem. For vendors, there is no homogeneous IoT market – each industry and application is different. For users, especially IT organizations, there can be issues of managing operational systems in an organization that might be culturally designed as a support organization, as well as dealing with the real-time demands of many IoT applications.

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Hardware
Processors provide the intelligence behind IoT systems and are often integrated into system-on-a-chip designs.
IoT power supplies include traditional, thin-film and printed batteries, energy harvesting modules, flexible photovoltaic panels and thermoelectric sources.
Software
Horizontal applications are standardized (e.g., asset tracking). Vertical applications are tailored to specific needs (e.g., delivery fleet management).
APIs are the market enabler for IoT. They allow users to manage devices, enable data transfer between software, and provide access capabilities.
Middleware integrates the diverse components of an IoT application by structuring communication, workflows, and business rules.
IoT analytics includes real-time or edge computing and batch analysis. Analytics can be behavioral, descriptive, predictive, or prescriptive.
Visualization solutions use dashboards, alerts, events, maps, and other tools to present easily comprehensible data to end users.
Data management solutions capture, index and store data in traditional database, cloud platforms, and fog systems for future use.
Security software provides encryption, access control, and identity protection to IoT solutions from data collection through end-user applications.
Services
System integrators link IoT component subsystems, customize solutions, and ensure that IoT systems communicate with existing operational systems.
IoT hardware consultancies provide services such as solution specification, product design, connectivity setup, and partner identification.
IoT software consultancies support the development of data analytics, visualization solutions, and platforms, as well as integration into embedded systems.
Examples of business consulting services include go-to-market design and execution, business model development, channel development, and corporate M&A.
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IIC - INternational Future INdustrial Internet (INFINITE) Testbed
IIC - INternational Future INdustrial Internet (INFINITE) Testbed
Dynamically reconfigure a network without changing the hardware itself; Achieve Cloud scale with diverse and parallel workflows; Achieve connectivity via multiple access points; Maintain a high level security to be used by mission-critical systems.
Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Deep Learning | Dell EMC
Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Deep Learning | Dell EMC
Are you facing any of these challenges?“We haven’t been able to take full advantage of our data.”Data is growing at an astronomical rate and it’s impossible to take full advantage of it manually to get insights to win. Automation can help provide faster, better and deeper data insights. Dell EMC Ready Solutions for AI, Machine and Deep Learning can provide the processing power required for the vast number of calculations that need to be made very quickly — for facial recognition, for example. With the speed of automated image and pattern detection, these solutions can help provide better data insights. And with historical data sets, you can get deeper insights into, for example, buying behavior.“We can’t afford to run machine and deep learning in the cloud.”Some public cloud providers charge to get data out, and that can get expensive quickly with the large datasets required for deeper insights such as image recognition and fraud detection . Dell EMC Ready Solutions for AI, Machine and Deep Learning can reduce costs associated with moving significant amounts of data in and out of the cloud while minimizing risks .“We don’t have the in-house expertise.”AI and related computing paradigms are emerging quickly and not many organizations have had the time or resources to develop the skills required to design, deploy and manage advanced machine and deep learning solutions . The Dell EMC HPC Innovation Lab team stays on the cutting edge of AI, testing new technologies, and tuning algorithms and applications to help you keep pace with the constantly evolving landscape . This team of industry and technology experts can help you achieve faster time to results by shortening both design cycle and configuration time . These experts can work with you to create a solution with the right features, at the right price . You can even take a test drive with the HPC Innovation Lab with a proof of concept, in one of the Customer Solution Centers, or in one of Dell EMC’s worldwide HPC Innovation Centers .
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Who's king of the hyperconverged castle? Dell or Nutanix? It's not as ...
The Register - 03 Jan, 2018
In summary, Dell Technologies utterly dominates the HCI market with its VMware and Dell EMC offerings. However, Nutanix leads the market when the overall Dell number is divided into separate VMware and EMC numbers. And, interestingly, the Dell EMC channel sells more OEM'd Nutanix XC product than any of its own.
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The Open Group
The Open Group
The Open Group is a global consortium that enables the achievement of business objectives through IT standards. With more than 500 member organizations, we have a diverse membership that spans all sectors of the IT community — customers, systems and solutions suppliers, tool vendors, integrators and consultants, as well as academics and researchers to:- Capture, understand and address current and emerging requirements, and establish policies and share best practices- Facilitate interoperability, develop consensus, and evolve and integrate specifications and open source technologies- Offer a comprehensive set of services to enhance the operational efficiency of consortia- Operate the industry’s premier certification serviceThe mission of The Open Group is to drive the creation of Boundaryless Information Flow achieved by:- Working with customers to capture, understand and address current and emerging requirements, establish policies, and share best practices- Working with suppliers, consortia and standards bodies to develop consensus and facilitate interoperability, to evolve and integrate specifications and open source technologies- Offering a comprehensive set of services to enhance the operational efficiency of consortia- Developing and operating the industry's premier certification service and encouraging procurement of certified productsOur Members participate in The Open Group through highly influential Forums and Work Groups that address a comprehensive range of technical, business, legal and regulatory issues. Each Open Group Forum and Work Group focuses on a specific area, and provides an objective and legal environment where members collaborate on developing standards, certifications and best practices in their areas of interest and expertise.
EdgeX Foundry
EdgeX Foundry
EdgeX Foundry goals include:-Build and promote EdgeX as the common open platform unifying Internet of Things (IoT) edge computing-Enable and encourage the rapidly growing community of IoT solutions providers to create an ecosystem of interoperable plug- and-play components around the EdgeX platform architecture-Certify EdgeX components to ensure interoperability and compatibility-Provide tools to quickly create EdgeX-based IoT edge solutions that can easily adapt to changing business needs-Collaborate with relevant open source projects, standards groups, and industry alliances to ensure consistency and interoperability across the IoT
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General Electric (GE)
General Electric (GE)
GE is a diversified specialty equipment, infrastructure and financial services company. Their products and services range from aircraft engines, power generation, oil and gas production equipment, and household appliances to medical imaging, business and consumer financing and industrial products. GE believes new technologies will merges big iron with big data to create brilliant machines. This convergence of machine and intelligent data is known as the Industrial Internet, and it's changing the way we work.Year founded: 1892Revenue: $148.5 billion (2014)NYSE: GEFeatured Subsidiaries/ Business Units:- GE Digital- GE Predix- GE Intelligent Platform- Wurldtech
Fujitsu
Fujitsu
Fujitsu is the leading Japanese information and communication technology (ICT) company, offering a full range of technology products, solutions and services.Year founded: 1935
Cognizant
Cognizant
Cognizant is a provider of information technology, consulting and business process services. Its customers are primarily corporations from the Forbes Global 2000, and it targets customers in the financial services, health care, manufacturing, retail, and logistics sectors. Year founded: 1988 Revenue: $14.8 billion (2017) NASDAQ:CTSH
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