The machine and equipment builder (OEM) market is highly competitive, with expectations of ongoing price/ performance improvements in each generation. Customers are…
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Unified Operations Center Powers Successful Digital Transformation at St. Louis Lambert International Airport
Successful Digital Transformation relies upon access to information across multiple systems, including financial, maintenance, engineering, and operations. Siloed IT and OT systems…
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Digital Transformation in Transportation Reopens the Mont Blanc Tunnel
Mont Blanc is the highest mountain in the Alps, rising to over fifteen thousand feet above sea level. Its location is somewhere…
As automation and IT join forces, operations driving industrial advancements must meet the special need for real-time control and data requirements of…
Stratus’s Downtime Prevention Buyer’s Guide, explains that the reason downtime negatively impacts all this rich, in-flight data is because, “When a system outage occurs all data and transactions not yet written to disk are at risk of being lost or corrupted.” This means data that could be used to predict and prevent future catastrophes may be lost forever.
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Preventing Downtime: How Much Downtime Can You Afford?
There was a point in our history when experiencing unexpected downtime was considered unavoidable. Back in 1996, the primary internet provider AOL, went offline for 19 hours. The outage inconvenienced more than 6 million subscribers and was a wake-up call for organizations that had come to depend on the connectivity to earn money. So how do you make sure downtime, the thing that is never supposed to happen, never does happen? Start by asking the right questions before making any initial purchases or upgrades to your system.