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The Factory of the Future is 100% Digital

Peter Grendel

Digitization continues to advance in the manufacturing sector. However, there is a risk that information technology (IT) and operational technology (OT) will become even more complex and confusing.

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HPE Data Solutions – NonStop’s new home in HPE

Iain Liston-Brown

NonStop has always been driven by business solutions and therefore when the new Data Solutions organisation was formed this was a natural fit for NonStop.

HPE’s Data Solutions business under Jeff Kyle is accountable for creating and delivering differentiated transaction processing and in-memory data analytics solutions for HPC, AI, structured data, and unstructured data for financial services, manufacturing, transportation, and retail segments via PaaS & SaaS.

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One on One with a Data Architect: How to Harvest your Data to Make Smarter Business Decisions

Greg Hunt

Most companies fail to recognize their operational data is their most valued asset simply because it doesn’t appear directly on any financial statements. Data holds valuable insight into organizational productivity, customer habits, and proactive decision making. Unfortunately, most businesses fall short of utilizing their data to its fullest potential.

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Answering the modern database challenge: Introducing HPE NonStop SQL Cloud Edition

Vikas Kapor

Databases and servers operated by enterprises today are large and complex. Every business is transforming, and data is the lifeblood of every organization. The growth of data and its importance has been a top executive priority. Equally important: Grappling with top technology trends such as analytics, AI, IoT, containers, VR/AR, and cloud/edge computing—all of with the common denominator of being data-driven. Learn how HPE NonStop SQL Cloud Edition is up to the challenge.

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NonStop in the Himalayas

Gopalakrishnan Muthusamy

Remember Himalayas servers? Himalaya was a project name for NonStop Servers sold in the early 1990’s. The connection between the Himalayas and NonStop was established then, and today the Himalayas are still very much part of NonStop, as a lot of NonStop development is happening in “Himalayas land”, in India, at Bangalore.

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NonStop Collaboration / Networking Is Key to TANDsoft’s Success

Janice Reeder-Highleyman

TANDsoft Consultants Inc. was incorporated in March 1993.  It began as a consulting firm because it was a reliable means by which Jack could earn revenue.  Jack oversaw the company’s technical arm, and Amanda ran administration and finance. The goal, however, was to develop products.