Running all applications on a highly available and fault tolerant Edge Computing platform eliminates siloed islands of automation, saves on software licensing costs, and helps protect against expensive downtime without introducing added risk.
Resilience-by-Design in a world where downtime is not an option.
Stratus prides itself on offering Edge Computing platforms that are resilient-by-design. Solutions running on Stratus provide continuous availability and help prevent downtime in critical applications, such as those in industrial automation and control. They additionally benefit from ease of deployment and management as well as added protection.
Real-World examples of how OT modernization and optimization drive business outcomes
Edge Computing can benefit various verticals, including discrete, process, and hybrid manufacturing. This technology is beneficial to companies that generate substantial amounts of data daily and need actionable insights to optimize their operations and enhance business outcomes.
In the following four real-world examples, discover how companies have improved their operations with the adoption of Edge Computing.
Eliminating disparate silos in Life Sciences
The life sciences industry requires reliable and efficient control architectures to deliver compliance with regulations and avoid costly downtime. Rovisys, a global system integrator specializing in automation, helped a large life sciences company upgrade its component manufacturing plant's control architecture.