Collaboration supports IoT big data handling

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NI and Hewlett Packard Enterprise are offering data management software and server hardware combinations to overcome the IoT associated big data handling challenge.

National Instruments (NI) and Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) have announced a collaboration to facilitate the availability of pre-tested “Big Analog Data” systems based on NI DataFinder Server Edition software and HPE Moonshot Systems. Engineers must collect and manage sensor data that is fundamentally different than what traditional big data systems typically tackle. The collaboration of HPE with NI is expected to result in the availability of a pre-tested best-in-class hardware and software combination for solving engineering data management problems and making decisions from sensor data more effectively.

“The DataFinder-Moonshot Big Analog Data system is a potent combination, making it easier for engineers to rapidly deploy and gain insight from manufacturing, test and Internet of Things (IoT) data,” said Dr Tom Bradicich, Vice President and General Manager of Servers and IoT Systems at HPE. “With this pre-tested product, HPE and NI are helping our customers to reduce their integration risks.”

Combining the multiple award winning HPE Moonshot Systems and DataFinder Server Edition provides engineers with a complete, pre-validated, tested product to manage and analyse the complexities of file-based sensor data. With DataFinder Server Edition software running on HPE Moonshot server blades, users can manage structured and unstructured data generated from any data acquisition analysis node.

“With the IoT and the emergence of more connected systems, our customers are collecting more data than ever before,” said Eric Starkloff, Executive Vice President of Global Sales and Marketing at NI. “By analysing more of their data in a reliable and accurate way, our customers can better document the results of their tests and take actionable steps to improve the efficiency and designs of their applications.”

Both companies will showcase this technology at HPE Discover in Las Vegas, June 7 – 9 and at NIWeek in Austin, Texas, August 1– 4.

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