Customers in the Asia-Pacific and Japan now use Dell OEM solutions that deliver Internet-of-Things capability, according to a press statement.
Dell cited the examples of an air-conditioner manufacturer as well as that of India's Chitale Dairy which are now successfully implementing custom-configured solutions by the Dell OEM Solutions Group.
It said the leading air-conditioner manufacturer is now piloting Dell Cloud Computing solutions to collect and analyse sensor data for smart air-conditioners. It is doing so to improve predictability and uptime for their customers' cooling solutions.
Chitale Dairy, on the other hand, is a popular dairy company in India. It has implemented a Dell virtualised platform after having upgraded its network infrastructure with Dell Networking switches.
Chitale Dairy has done so to support operational growth and the automation of its milk production process. This has enabled the dairy company to gain insights from data captured at every level of the supply chain process and is among the gains it has made to achieve efficiency across various business functions.
Dell believes the IoT is now at a tipping point where innovation and falling costs are enabling organisations to begin preparing for the future.
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