Microsoft and Halliburton have announced plans to enter into a strategic alliance to drive digital transformation across the oil and gas industry. The relationship will combine the expertise of a global leader in cloud and digital transformation with a global leader in exploration and production (E&P) science, software and services.
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It was early days for the Internet of Things (IoT) when CAN Telematics founder Brent Moore flew to Mozambique, Africa to deliver an advanced IoT solution. Built entirely on Microsoft technology, it established a pattern of IoT leadership that would earn CAN Telematics a reputation as a visionary in the emerging field of telematics with their Trakopolis software.
With more than 10 years of experience and expertise in the energy industry, Microsoft is committed to working with the oil and gas community to help increase competitiveness and peak performance. With a focus on Microsoft.NET connection software as the foundational methodology, Microsoft’s worldwide oil and gas industry unit has teamed with dozens of leading industry vendors to unveil a portfolio of Microsoft-based solutions that will create a strong and interconnected IT infrastructure.
Microsoft Canada Co. will host the first-ever Technology Pavilion at the Global Petroleum Show 2006. Designed to help oil and gas companies discover how technology can help solve key business issues, the Microsoft Technology Pavilion will showcase 20 technology partners who have industry-specific solutions using the Microsoft-based technology platform.