Hitachi Data Systems Corporation has recently unveiled new business solutions and services, namely Hitachi Live Insight for IT Operations, Hitachi Clinical Repository for connected health, and Hitachi Live Insight Center of Excellence. These follow the company’s strategic acquisition of various analytic firms including Avrio, oXya, Pantascene, and Pentaho.
“Hitachi Data Systems is rapidly evolving to become more than just a storage company. They’re smartly driving better business and societal outcomes for their customers through the expansion of expertise and offerings that integrate the Internet of Things, operational technology, and machine-to-machine and data analytics, which are increasingly important to organizations in both the public and private sectors,” said Vernon Turner, senior vice president of Enterprise Systems and IDC Fellow for The Internet of Things. “In a world where rampant data growth and increasing IT and organizational complexity are often the culprits for stunted business growth, vendors that can streamline the path to becoming a truly data-driven organization ultimately stand to gain significant mind and market share.”
The new offerings aim to address key business and societal challenges such as population growth and urbanization, aging public infrastructures and populations, rising healthcare costs, and public safety concerns.
The Hitachi Live Insight for IT Operations is a cloud-based machine-to-machine analytics solution that helps clients optimize their IT infrastructure to gain operational intelligence while lowering the total cost of ownership. The Hitachi Clinical Repository (HCR) for Connected Health allows healthcare practitioners access to data analytic tools and delivery methods that allows them easier access to patient records and health information. Meanwhile, the Hitachi Live Insight Center of Excellence provides organizations with the solutions needed to support business goals.
“Our Social Innovation solutions and services leverage a broad spectrum of advanced technologies and considerable expertise from the Hitachi family of companies,” said Kevin Eggleston, senior vice president, Social Innovation and Global Industries at Hitachi Data Systems. “From data scientists to data algorithms, machine-to-machine and big data analytics, and operational technology, we have the abundant resources and embedded expertise to help organizations address real-world challenges through data innovation and accomplish more in the areas that matter most.”