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Technology Trends Prediction in 2018 from Hitachi Vantara

by Sebastianus Epifany Wednesday, January 31, 2018 - 13:27

JAKARTA - Hitachi Vantara's Chief Technology Officer (CTO), Hubert Yoshida and CTO Hitachi Vantara for the Asia Pacific region, Russell Skingsley, have released predictions of technological trends that will occur in 2018 to help businesspeople and corporate executives prepare for the challenges.

According to Yoshida and Skingsley, the adoption of the Internet of Things (IoT) platform became one of the most important keys for companies to be able to compete in the digital age. The reason, IoT solution is able to accelerate the company's digital transformation.

"Building an IoT solution that provides real value can be difficult without proper basic architecture and a deep understanding of the business to properly simulate and digitize entities and operational processes. This is where the choice of IoT platform and the choice of experienced service providers is important," said Yoshida as reported from (31/8/2018).

Kingsley added that the company should look for an IoT platform that offers an open and flexible architecture that simplifies integration with free technology and provides expandable casting facilities. This is to build a variety of industrial applications that need to be designed, built, tested and applied quickly by companies with minimum complexity.

All of this is presented at the Hitachi Advantage Roadshow event at Ayana MidPlaza Hotel, Jakarta. The event was attended by managers in information technology from various companies and industries. The event is organized to educate managers who are present in encouraging the company's digital transformation.

On this occasion, Hitachi Vantara also introduced its newest solution, IoT Lumada platform. Built on Hitachi's reliable experience in OT and IT for 107 years, Lumada is ready to provide a flexible data management experience and can be accessed anywhere and anytime through its ability to present data changes within a live organization.

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