- 网络安全和隐私 - 数据库安全
- 基础设施即服务 (IaaS) - 云计算
- 基础设施即服务 (IaaS) - 云存储服务
- 基础设施即服务 (IaaS) - 虚拟私有云
由于 Finder 在市场上的稳步增长，Finder 需要升级其 IT 基础架构以满足增加数据可用性和存储容量等要求，并确保稳健的业务连续性计划。任何新的解决方案还必须具有可扩展性，以适应未来的业务扩展。
Finder 是一家意大利继电器制造公司，在拥有 1,000 多名员工的所有继电器制造商中拥有最广泛的全球质量认证。
Finder 与戴尔合作伙伴 VAR Group 合作，基于三台戴尔服务器和一个戴尔控制器提供可扩展的高性能存储区域网络，该网络在远程站点具有相同的备份和灾难恢复设置。
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Remote Temperature Monitoring of Perishable Goods Saves Money
RMONI was facing temperature monitoring challenges in a cold chain business. A cold chain must be established and maintained to ensure goods have been properly refrigerated during every step of the process, making temperature monitoring a critical business function. Manual registration practice can be very costly, labor intensive and prone to mistakes.
Cloud Solution for Energy Management Platform-Schneider Electric
Schneider Electric required a cloud solution for its energy management platform to manage high computational operations, which were essential for catering to client requirements. As the business involves storage and analysis of huge amounts of data, the company also needed a convenient and scalable storage solution to facilitate operations efficiently.
Leveraging the IoT to Gain a Competitive Edge in International Competition
Many large manufacturers in and outside Japan are competing for larger market share in the same space, expecting a growing demand for projectors in the areas of entertainment, which requires glamor and strong visual performance as well as digital signage that can attract people’s attention. “It is becoming more and more difficult to differentiate ourselves with stand-alone hardware products,” says Kazuyuki Kitagawa, Director of Service & Support at Panasonic AVC Networks. “In order for Panasonic to grow market share and overall business, it is essential for us to develop solutions that deliver significant added value.” Panasonic believes projection failure and quality deterioration should never happen. This is what and has driven them to make their projectors IoT-enabled. More specifically, Panasonic has developed a system that collects data from projectors, visualizes detailed operational statuses, and predicts issues and address them before failure occurs. Their projectors are embedded with a variety of sensors that measure power supply, voltage, video input/ output signals, intake/exhaust air temperatures, cooling fan operations, and light bulb operating time. These sensors have been used to make the projector more intelligent, automatically suspending operation when the temperature rises excessively, and automatically switching light bulbs. Although this was a great first step, Panasonic projectors were still not equipped with any capability to send the data over a network.