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A cereal company with a data issue The Kellogg Company operates in 180 countries, providing ready-to-eat cereals and other food products with brands including Froot Loops, Frosted Flakes, Special K, …

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In our second episode of IoT in Action, we speak with David Bloch of Vodafone New Zealand at Teradata PARTNERS 2016 in Atlanta, Georgia, about how the operator is using …

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Paramount tackles big data with analytics Joe Churchill, vice president of analytics at Paramount Pictures, and Chris Twogood, vice president of product and services marketing at Teradata, co-hosted a panel …

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IoT accelerators focus on deployment and maintenance ATLANTA–Teradata highlighted the company’s late August release of four accelerators built to speed up the transformation of IoT data to actionable insight during …

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Siemens

Leading train producer uses big data Train operators are expected to never be late, having acute service and availability targets to meet. To fulfill those requirements, an efficient maintenance program …

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IoT health care

Increasing healthcare demands call for a connected solution Sysmex, manufacturer of blood and urinalysis medical equipment, teamed with Thingworx to connect its healthcare products and bring added services to its offerings, …

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Lockheed Martin turned to 3D technology and big data to streamline the diagnostics and maintenance processes for its F-35 and F-22 fighter planes, according to a case study provided by the …

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yinchuan smart city

The Chinese city is collaborating with local vendor ZTE in a number of smart city initiatives The city of Yinchuan, in China, is known to be the most advanced city …

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Tech companies have been storing data and running programs on local hard drives for decades. But cloud computing, a less expensive, more scalable way of storing and analyzing data, has taken …

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A dangerous problem with an IIoT solution One in five American adults has at least one kind of disability, according to a 2015 report from the Centers for Disease Control …

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