Schneider Electric has announced a collaboration with NetApp to deliver the pre-validated Optimized Edge for NetApp HCI solution, which is built on NetApp's hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) platform and designed for enterprise, remote/branch offices, and small- to medium-sized business (SMB) spaces. Optimized Edge for NetApp HCI combines edge computing infrastructure with an open and scalable on-premise hybrid cloud infrastructure to revolutionize the private cloud into a deployable region of customers' multi-cloud. The solution is a compatible physical infrastructure solution that is integrated, pre-engineered, and pre-validated to help organizations of all sizes reduce deployment time, accelerate time to market, and minimize on-site and remote management.
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Schneider Electric, the leader in the digital transformation of energy management and automation, has entered into a global partnership with Vericlave, a leading cybersecurity technology provider. Under the terms of the agreement, Schneider Electric will provide Vericlave's advanced encryption technology to further secure and protect its customers' critical IT and OT systems from the risk of cyberattack.
Dedicated to securing and protecting trust in the digital economy, Schneider Electric today announced its membership in the Cybersecurity Coalition, based in Washington, D.C. As a digital transformation leader operating in more than 100 countries, Schneider Electric continues to work closely with governments, customers, and partners to play a principal role in confronting cybersecurity risks and challenges. By joining the Coalition, Schneider affirms its commitment to being open, transparent, and collaborative so it can better detect, prevent, and respond to cyber threats across its extended enterprise.
Schneider Electric has released the 2019 Corporate Energy & Sustainability Progress Report, a look at the global trends, barriers and opportunities impacting enterprise energy and carbon-management programs. Although corporate teams responsible for these efforts still struggle with funding and data, the report reveals that a majority of large companies have set public-facing sustainability targets — goals that are driving the adoption of innovative strategies and technologies, and shifting perceptions of the value of conservation and climate action.
Digital transformation has tangible benefits for businesses and organizations: Schneider Electric study
Schneider Electric has released the Global Digital Transformation Benefits Report 2019, presenting concrete evidence of the power of digitization across the spectrum of global industry, commerce and the public sector. This evidence takes the form of deep, quantifiable, business benefits derived from a repository of 230 customer projects Schneider Electric completed in the last five years across 41 countries - all employing the company's architecture and platform, EcoStruxure.
Schneider Electric has announced its decision to relocate its current operations in Edmonton to a newly constructed, larger space in March 2019 to meet increased market demand. As well as becoming the new workplace for all existing Edmonton employees, the company will also be adding additional employee positions to support growth.
Schneider Electric Canada, a leader in digital transformation of energy management and automation, is enhancing its collaboration with REV, an electrical solutions provider based in Calgary, to provide cutting edge holistic solutions to meet customer demands.
Schneider Electric has released Tricon CX version 11.3, the most powerful version of its EcoStruxure Triconex safety instrumented system.
Schneider Electric, a leader in digital transformation of energy management and automation, has been named as one of the World's Most Admired Companies, according to the 2018 list published by Fortune. This year, the company ranks fifth in the electronics industry, three places higher than in 2017, reflecting its growing reputation as an all-round achiever in its industry, pursuing innovation with a strong focus on sustainability.
Schneider Electric has announced that Susan Uthayakumar will become Country President, Canada on January 1, 2018, reporting to Annette Clayton, CEO and President, North America, and Chief Supply Chain Officer.
Schneider Electric Software recently hosted its midstream industry user conference, Innovation Summit: Digital Pipelines 2017. The event focused on innovation and excellence in pipeline operations in the areas of safety, efficiency and connectivity. At this event, Schneider Electric Software made a number of significant product release announcements that deliver enhanced functionality and usability to users of Schneider Electric's pipeline management software.
The control room is the brain of pipeline operations; it serves as the command center for decisions both inside and out in the field. The brain thinks clearly and strategically when it is used to its full potential; when overwhelmed with information, it causes stress and lack of direction. The same is true for pipeline control rooms and operators.
Oil and Gas exploration continue all over the world and as more hydrocarbon sources are found the demand for pipelines to transport oil and gas increase. However, pipeline operators are under severe financial and social pressure to avoid incidents that cause crude oil and natural gas leaks. With regulators scrutinizing pipeline projects, the reputation of the entire industry is at risk. This is why pipeline integrity must become the focus of discussion.
The latest version of Schneider Electric’s Terminal Inventory Management System, DTN TIMS extends its functionality to support visibility and analytics of forecasted inventory balances throughout a comprehensive and configured distribution network. DTN TIMS new supply and demand forecasting allows the paradigm to shift from reacting to planning with near real-time, customizable information.
Schneider Electric has launched Foxboro RTT15S Optical Temperature Transmitters, a new family of temperature transmitters that features a large, backlit LCD display with optical configuration buttons – operable through the glass cover of the unit’s explosion-proof housing – that enable users to locally configure and operate the transmitter even in hazardous locations without the need for process shutdown.