As the entire world is drawing closer to Internet of Things (IoT), Hewlett-Packard Enterprise (HPE) – a multinational information technology firm from the US is also taking an extensive interest in the technology and is working hard to extend its business in this area.
According to reports, HPE has unveiled a brand new converged system for IoT on the second day of the Discover 2016 conference which was hosted by the company in Las Vegas. In addition to that, the company has also revealed latest industry partnerships as well as updated analytics and security at the event which was attended by a large number of people.
HPE’s new partnerships are expected to create a sacred space for the company as far as the Internet of Things market in concerned. That means if everything goes fine with its Internet of Things business, HPE can manage to achieve a top spot in the market in future.
The company has used terms like”industry first” and “pioneering” for describing its recently unveiled new converged system for Internet of Things.
At a time when all the well-known technology firms across the world are having close competition in terms of dominating the emerging IoT market, HPE’s new converged system for Internet of Things technology can certainly play a huge role when it comes to taking the company to a next level.
If you talk specifically about industrial Internet of Things, data-gathering and analysis remain extremely crucial for enterprises but, traditional techniques or systems will surely not work here as far as productivity and efficiency are concerned.
However, renowned information and technology firms such as Dell, IBM, and HPE claim that they have now reached a position wherein they can provide required assistance to enterprises when it comes to data-gathering and processing.
Edgeline EL1000 and Edgeline EL4000, which are HPE’s new converged systems for IoT and which come with storage, computing and data capture features are nothing but Intel Xeon-based systems.
According reports, HPE’s Tom Bradicich, who works with the company as its vice president and general manager of Servers and IoT Systems said that “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.“