“Organizations that take advantage of the vast amount of data and run deep analytics at the edge can become digital disrupters within their industries. HPE has built machine learning and real time analytics into its IoT platforms, and provides services that help customers understand how data can best be leveraged, enabling them to optimize maintenance management, improve operations efficiency and ultimately, drive significant cost savings.”
Software solution provider, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, claims to have unveiled the industry’s first converged systems for Internet of Things (IoT)- Edgeline EL1000 and Edgeline EL4000. The systems assimilate data capture, control, compute, and storage to deliver heavy-duty analytics and insights at the edge to enable real-time decision making. Moreover, the company also declared that it has improved the IoT security capabilities with more services to develop the adoption and impact of IoT. HPE has also announced the Vertica Analytics Platform which runs on Edgeline EL4000 and delivers historical and predictive analytic insights from in-database machine learning algorithms across a broad range of IoT analytic use cases. In order to ease the traffic to the data center the EL1000 and EL4000 support Aruba’s Virtual Intranet Access (VIA) VPN client. Aruba’s VIA provides organizations an automated, zero-touch, secure VPN, and is available for both commercial and high-security government IoT applications. According to HPE, the spread of IoT devices has shown an upward trend, the enterprises can rapidly capture, process and analyze the data to allow real time control and decision making. For instance, the Oil and gas, manufacturing and telecommunication enterprises face several problems related to IoT. They need to harness data from windmills in the desert to smart energy grids and manufacturing plants in remote environments; to drive timely business decisions. Until now, the remote data would have to be transported to a data center or cloud for analysis, which according to HPE is a slow, risky and inefficient process. The company claims that its IoT solutions can allow the organizations to bind the power of their data by delivering real-time analytics and machine learning at the edge, where the “things” are. Tom Bradicich, Vice President and General Manager, Servers and IoT Systems, Hewlett Packard Enterprise says:
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