GE released a study today showing that the industrial Internet has the potential to boost the global GDP by as much as $10 to $15 Trillion by 2030. This report comes on the heels of an article published last week in the New York Times that reported on GE’s plans to invest $1 Billion to create a new software center by 2015. This facility is planned to have 400 computer scientists and software engineers developing products that will bring digital intelligence to the physical world of industry at a scale never before seen.

From Ei3’s perspective these are welcome developments affirming our efforts over the past 12 years. We know that the Internet of Things is changing the way manufacturers produce their goods and unleash tremendous gains in productivity and sustainability. When one of the largest companies in the world takes concrete steps to address this market opportunity we applaud their efforts and wish them much success.

For those who want to immediately harness the powerful benefits of the industrial Internet, Ei3 has a unique service offering that might be just the right solution. We offer a full range of products including a robust industrialized appliance, a secure global network, data centers, and applications that create actionable intelligence that drives business decisions. Our Software-as-a-Service is white-labeled and ready to be delivered to end users by machine and device manufacturers. Ei3’s offering enables companies to pursue a low-risk industrial Internet strategy that ensures the fastest possible time to market.

Contact us to see how easy it is to participate in this technology-driven revolution.

GE Factory Floor

GE Factory Floor

 

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Spencer Cramer

In 1999 Spencer founded ei3 Corporation to create an Industrial Internet business.

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