While automation is accelerating business intelligence across industries, many industrial operators lack the staff and experience to pilot new automation projects, relying instead on system integrators. By developing core competencies in emerging technologies like edge computing, system integrators can position themselves as trusted partners and drivers of innovation.
There is so much happening today with the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), from the continued recovery of manufacturing organizations amid the…
A unique challenge faced by the Midstream Industry is that most critical assets are remote and often unstaffed. For pipelines, the edge…
- Digital TransformationEdge ComputingIIoTVirtualization
Edge computing is moving away from the “edges” to become a mainstream approach and an important consideration in industries where real-time data is needed to drive better business decisions. We look at four key factors driving the success of edge computing.
As energy demands in the U.S. rise, oil and gas pipeline companies feel pressure from all angles. They not only have to…
When it comes to utilities, we as consumers find interruptions to electricity, heat, water, and phone service as extremely disruptive and even…
- AvailabilityCost of DowntimeFault ToleranceVirtualization
In the third article in our new virtualization series, we take a closer look at how virtualization helps companies achieve high application availability — as high as 99.999 percent — critical in an always-on world.
- Cost of DowntimeEdge Computing
Midstream oil and gas companies can’t afford unplanned downtime. Studies have shown unplanned downtime can costs tens of millions of dollars per…
- Edge Computing
Edge Computing is Key for Post-COVID Growth – And What Other Industries Can Learn About Resilience and Recovery from Oil & Gas
Like many industries, Oil and Gas has been impacted by the negative effects of COVID-19 on the economy and the corresponding changes…