HPE Opens IoT Innovation Lab in Geneva to Develop and Test Advanced IoT and Edge-to-Cloud Solutions

HPE Opens IoT Innovation Lab in Geneva to Develop and Test Advanced IoT and Edge-to-Cloud Solutions Image Credit: HPE

HPE announced it has opened a new IoT Innovation Lab in Geneva, Switzerland, to help customers capitalize on the vast amounts of data generated outside of data centers by devices, machines, assets and sensors at the edge.

One of four HPE IoT Innovation Labs globally, the Geneva lab provides a collaborative environment to conceptualize, develop and test advanced IoT and edge-to-cloud solutions that drive business outcomes like operational efficiency, safety, revenue growth and long-term competitive advantage.

HPE’s IoT Innovation Lab in Geneva offers hands-on environments and real-world examples where customers and partners can discover the business value of HPE and its partners’ comprehensive enterprise IoT portfolio's. This includes immersive Edge Experience Zones that enable customers to digitally interact with “things” in their natural settings featuring practical IoT use cases for industries such as oil & gas, manufacturing, engineering, healthcare, retail, smart city and more. Together with HPE’s nearby HPC and AI Center of Excellence in Grenoble, France, the IoT Innovation Lab in Geneva provides a proof-of-concept environment to test the newest IoT technologies with customers’ software and test data. Customers can benchmark applications and experiment securely and confidentially across many use cases. 

Volkhard Bregulla, VP Global Manufacturing, Automative and IoT, HPE
The exponential data growth at the edge holds a huge opportunity for advancing our economies and societies – however, organizations currently only capitalize on a fraction of that data. Realizing this opportunity requires a complex transformation involving technology, people and economics. 

Dr. Tom Bradicich, VP and GM, Converged Servers and IoT Systems, HPE
These are not only places to demonstrate or test solutions – they are places to provoke thinking about the possibilities, and then come together to build and deploy the next generation of IoT and intelligent edge solutions.

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

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