General Electric, in a bid to attract tech pros who specialize in the programming skill sets that undergird the Internet of Things (IoT), has issued a …
GE Capital—General Electric’s financial services unit—is hiring at technical centers in Detroit, New Orleans and Bangalore as it works to reduce its reliance on outsourcing providers. …
General Electric clearly sees advantage in becoming the ringleader of a vast array of data-analytics services.
Proficy Historian HD is GE’s way of bringing Apache Hadoop to its strategy of an “Industrial Internet.”
GE Healthcare’s effort is part and parcel of GE’s larger “Industrial Internet” initiative.
IBM and GE are both interested in how analytics and sensors can improve their respective clients’ operations.
General Electric is pouring $105 million into Pivotal, an offshoot of EMC’s VMware subsidiary.
The software will flow structured and unstructured operational data through a single dashboard.
Sensors linked to analytics and diagnostic software could help companies like Boeing solve crises more quickly.
GE wants industries to combine analytics tools and sensors with machines and old-school manufacturing.