Microsoft pushes Cloud-based IoT solutions for digital transformation

Powered by Azure, the Microsoft cloud, the three solutions offered by Precimetrix, Teramatrix and Covacsis are helping create digital, intelligent and predictive factories.

Shobha Mathur By Shobha Mathur calendar 12 Dec 2016 Views icon6035 Views Share - Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to LinkedIn Share to Whatsapp
Microsoft pushes Cloud-based IoT solutions for digital transformation

Giving a push to digital transformation of the Indian manufacturing process, Microsoft is offering three Internet of things (IoT) solutions for industry.

Powered by Azure, the Microsoft cloud, the three solutions offered by Precimetrix, Teramatrix and Covacsis are helping create digital, intelligent and predictive factories. The Precimetrix, Teramatrix and Covacsis solutions have been deployed in organisations like Hero MotoCorp, Samudra LED, KEC, VE Commercial Vehicles, Godrej, TAFE and Bajaj Auto among others successfully.   

According to the company, Microsoft Cloud not only offers reliability and scalability but also offers advanced cloud services like IoT Suite and Cortana Intelligence Suite which in turn enable these partners to keep pace with the demands of the fourth industrial revolution. Rapidly changing customer preferences, hardware evolutions and managing hyper business growth are a few of the challenges Microsoft partners are addressing in the manufacturing space with the Azure, Microsoft’s cloud. 

“Microsoft along with its partners is helping manufacturing industries gain insights and make better decisions. Our complete suite of technology solutions including Azure Machine Learning, Cortana Intelligence Suite and IoT Solutions Suite as well as partners like Covacsis, Precimetrix, Teramatix, ZingHR, Knolskape, are capable of supporting any manufacturer of any size transform digitally. We are excited to provide the digital transformation platform for our partners to innovate and build on our Hyper Secure and Hyper Scalable cloud,” says Narendra Bhandari, General Manager of Developer Experience and Evangelism at Microsoft. 

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