Who’s Leading the Revival?

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Those driving the development of the Industrial Internet in the U.S. include the following:

 

General Electric

  • Press Release: New GE Report Finds that Industrial Internet Could Add Trillions to Global GDP
  • Website: Introducing the Industrial Internet
  • IndustrialInternet.com:  An online community, forum and magazine devoted to the Industrial Internet

Accenture

  • Press Release: Accenture and GE Form Global Strategic Alliance to Develop Advanced Applications that Leverage Industrial Strength Big Data to Drive Efficiency and Productivity
  • Website: Digital Industry 4.0: What Does it Mean to You?

Amazon

  • Press Release: GE moves into ‘Industrial Internet’ service with Amazon

Pivotal

  • Press Release: Pivotal Launch Recap: A Next-Generation PaaS, Consumer-Grade Enterprise, and the Industrial Internet
  • Website:  “…enabling the creation of modern software applications that leverage big & fast data – on a single, cloud independent platform.”

AT&T

Cisco

  • Press Release: GE partners with AT&T, Cisco, Intel for ‘Industrial Internet’
  • Website: The Internet of Things (IoT) – Industrial Networking

Intel

  • Press Release: GE partners with AT&T, Cisco, Intel for ‘Industrial Internet’
  • Website: Digital Factory: Equipping industrial organizations to capitalize on the Internet of Things

Seeq

  • Press Release: Seeq Announces $6M in Series A Funding to Bring Big Data to Industrial Process Data
  • Website: Transforming Industrial Process Data into Actionable Intelligence

TempoDB

  • Press Release: A database for the internet of things, TempoDB raises $3.2M
  • Website: “…store & analyze time series data from sensors, smart meters, servers & more”

U.S. Government

  • Press Release: President’s FY 2014 Budget Request for NIST Supports Research in Advanced Manufacturing, Cybersecurity
  • Website: Advanced Manufacturing Technology Consortia (AMTech) Program of the Department of Commerce’s National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)

Are there other leaders in the industrial internet revolution not already listed above? If we’ve missed anything, please contact us to suggest additional links.

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