GE Digital Launches New Predix Edge-to-Cloud Capabilities to Help the IIoT Become Easier to Access and More Secure

CRAIG RESNICK | November 2, 2018

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GE Digital announced a new Predix Edge offering designed to help simplify edge-to-cloud computing and better enable businesses to more securely progress their Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) initiatives from pilot to production. GE Digital also introduced its Predix Private Cloud (PPC) solution, an on-premises deployment of the Predix platform, which helps to provide customers with the privacy, security, data sovereignty and data isolation provided by a private cloud infrastructure. Predix Edge is designed to capture, process and analyze data in a more secure environment that can be managed locally or pushed to the cloud, executing more demanding workloads at the edge and producing insights closer to real time. With new functionality to help businesses further accelerate their IIoT initiatives, Predix Edge provides. Simpler deployment and management capabilities out of the box, allowing users to remotely monitor and manage their edge devices and heterogenous industrial data from a centralized management console.

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