Take operational efficiency to the edge with Tridium, Dell and Intel

Forecasts for how many Internet of Things (IoT) devices will be installed worldwide are 31 billion by 2020 and 75.4 billion by 2025. For low-volume, high-mix manufacturers, maintaining operational efficiency will hinge upon their ability to make sense of the massive amounts of data generated by these devices.

Our breakthrough solution helps you do just that. The Dell Edge Gateway 3000 Series with dual-core Intel Atom® processors leverages the power of Tridium’s open Niagara Framework® to connect systems, analyze and activate data, increase efficiency and improve outcomes. Read our press release.

Features of the Niagara-based IIoT solution from Tridium, Dell and Intel include:

  • Niagara software to collect, normalize and send only meaningful data, reducing expensive bandwidth
  • Actionable analytics for real-time insight
  • Automated remediation to fix problems as soon as they arise
  • Tough design that can handle the plant floor
  • Support from Tridium industrial solution advisors

Are your plants open to efficiency?

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Case Study

See how this type of solution is helping manufacturers like you take operational efficiency even further on the plant floor

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White Paper

Learn why an open framework is vital to the success of digital transformation in discrete manufacturing in IDC's white paper

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Data Sheet

Download our data sheet for detailed information on this Niagara-based IIoT solution from Tridium, Dell and Intel

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Learn how our breakthrough solution can unlock edge data and make it easier to access, interpret and activate