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Global Manufacturer Improves Polymer Yield with Industrial IoT Solution - Hitachi Vantara Industrial IoT Case Study
Global Manufacturer Improves Polymer Yield with Industrial IoT Solution
A global manufacturer seeks to improve production yield at polymer mixing process.The company’s polymer mixing process was producing output of inconsistent quality, with yields sometimes dipping as low as 50%.The scrapping of poor batches created huge costs and was crippling production capacity.Dynamic product specification in addition to variation in a range of production parameters causing the trouble.
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Israel Aerospace Industries Ensures Every Minute Counts - Hitachi Vantara Industrial IoT Case Study
Israel Aerospace Industries Ensures Every Minute Counts
Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) is a global leader in the development and manufacture of aerospace and defense solutions. Owned by the Israeli government, IAI designs systems for naval vessels, civil and military aircraft, homeland defense, satellites and command centers. With a revenue of US$3.83 billion, IAI employs some 16,000 people and is listed on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange.Operating at the cutting edge of research means that every minute counts for IAI’s production teams. IAI’s core IT environment consists of VMware, Microsoft Exchange and SQL Server, and Oracle database. The existing and new applications produce a torrent of data, and managing the growth while maintaining storage performance caused a constant IT headache.
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SPAR Retail Group Finds Fresh Business Agility With Private Cloud - Hitachi Vantara Industrial IoT Case Study
SPAR Retail Group Finds Fresh Business Agility With Private Cloud
SPAR was first established in Austria in 1954, before expanding in the 1970s when the original founding families joined with other regional wholesalers to form SPAR Austria AG, a 100% privately owned Austrian company. SPAR has since grown into a food retail giant, generating €5.68 billion in food sales. The group also owns the Hervis sports fash-ion brand that sells a further €490 million and a shopping center business with revenues of €2.85 billion.From the introduction of the cash register to customer loyalty cards and business intelligence, SPAR has thrived during constant retail revolutions. But today’s tech-savvy consumers expect to be able to jump from mobile app to website and then visit a store to request home delivery. How could SPAR keep up with the enormous pace of change?
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GRZ IT Center Gains Private Cloud Security at Public Cloud Prices - Hitachi Vantara Industrial IoT Case Study
GRZ IT Center Gains Private Cloud Security at Public Cloud Prices
GRZ IT Center specializes in providing IT services for leading regional banks in Austria. Headquartered in Linz, the company employs more than 450 people to support 86 banks, which collectively operate 458 branches and serve more than a million customers.In the last few years, competition in the IT services market has intensified dramatically. In particular, global public cloud vendors are using their economies of scale to compete aggressively on price. With this trend set to continue, local providers such as GRZ IT Center face a choice: Find ways to cut costs and compete more effectively, or risk watching services being moved off into the public cloud.
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Beijing Internet Harbour Company with Hitachi Unified Compute Platform Solution - Hitachi Vantara Industrial IoT Case Study
Beijing Internet Harbour Company with Hitachi Unified Compute Platform Solution
Beijing Internet Harbour Technology Co., Ltd. (Internet Harbour) established in 2009, is a professional service provider for internet-based high-tech enterprises. Its main offerings include internet data center services (IDC and value-added services) and cloud computing services. The company also provides a wide range of value-added services to customers, such as load balancing, distributed nationwide networking, intelligent DNS service, network security services, private cloud and hybrid cloud solutions and services. Internet Harbour employs its professional experience and resources to help its end users to reduce IT costs, and improve productivity and reliability.Like many organizations providing internet cloud services, Internet Harbour was faced with several challenges. The company needed to remain price competitive by maximizing its resources and reducing the total cost of ownership. While at the same time it needed to build an agile platform that could respond efficiently and ensure consistent, smooth operations and improve end-customer satisfaction.The ongoing rapid growth of data and escalating storage and storage management expenses increasingly challenge companies in the cloud computing industry. Like many of these companies, Internet Harbour was looking for ways to reduce costs without compromising service.Building an agile, efficient and continuous infrastructure requires computing resources and storage disk resources with faster processing ability, but it also increases investment costs. Reducing TCO often means that the purchase of computing and storage resources must be limited, further affecting the satisfaction of the services provided. To balance these apparently conflicting goals is no easy task.In recent years, Internet Harbour considered using a distributed compute architecture to meet uptime and cost requirements, but the testing results were not impressive. The company found that the distributed architecture was not as stable as the company needed it to be. In addition, performance and response times were not able to meet personalized requirements for the broad range of customers using the platform. These issues, combined with higher costs for research and development, operation and management led them to look for a new alternative.
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Bank of Tibet Accelerates Deployment of Efficient Data Centers - Hitachi Vantara Industrial IoT Case Study
Bank of Tibet Accelerates Deployment of Efficient Data Centers
Build Two Green and Efficient Data Centers in Four MonthsFounded in 2011 and opened in 2012, the Bank of Tibet is the first local banking institution in the autonomous region of Tibet. By late 2017, the bank has nine branches and business outlets and total assets of around $10.2 billion.Over a period of just four months, the Bank of Tibet needed to complete hardware procurement and software testing for two data centers and have them ready to go live. The two data centers needed an active-active configuration to ensure data security and business continuity, and allow the Bank of Tibet to meet the requirements for green and efficient data centers.
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