Join this webinar to deep-dive into the challenges, integration, and use cases for OT-IT data convergence, for business excellence.
SAN JOSE, Calif. (PRWEB) November 27, 2018
eInfochips (an Arrow Company), a global provider of product engineering and semiconductor design services, today announced that it will host a complimentary live webinar focused on the need for a nexus between Operational Technology (OT), Information Technology (IT), and Business in IoT systems development.
To register for the complimentary webinar, please visit: https://www.einfochips.com/why-iot-needs-to-build-a-nexus-between-ot-it-and-business-challenges-integration-and-use-case/
When: 12 December 2018, Wednesday | Time: 9:30 AM to 10:15 AM PST
Where: Through GoToWebinar [online]
Why to attend:
OT and IT have long remained autonomous functions, with robust data boundaries between them. The volume and variety of data generated by sensors, actuators, machines, and gateways on the OT side are often huge and stored in silos, which lead to problems in holistic data analysis, storage, and monitoring from IT and business functions.
To create a truly seamless connected IoT system that maximizes business value, there is an impending need to build a strong nexus between OT and IT data. This nexus will help improve insights into business operations, increase the speed of innovation and development, enhance the end user experience, reduce operational costs, improve quality of deliverables, allow for predictive maintenance, and more. Join this webinar to deep-dive into the challenges, integration, and use cases for OT-IT data convergence, for business excellence.
Who will benefit from the webinar:
- Engineering directors / IoT system implementation heads
- CTOs, CDOs, and CIOs responsible for digital transformation initiatives
- Product managers for IoT and connected devices
- Any curious embedded & software developers working on connected systems
eInfochips, an Arrow company, is a leading global provider of product engineering and semiconductor design services. The company’s service offerings include digital transformation and connected IoT solutions across various cloud platforms, including AWS and Azure.
Along with Arrow’s $27B in revenues, 19,000 employees, and 345 locations serving over 80 countries, eInfochips is primed to accelerate connected products innovation for 150,000+ global clients. eInfochips acts as a catalyst to Arrow’s Sensor-to-Sunset initiative and offers complete edge-to-cloud capabilities for its clients through Arrow Connect.
Visit at http://www.einfochips.com. To request more information, contact Sooryanarayanan Balasubramanian at sooryanarayanan(dot)b(at)einfochips(dot)com