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Pacific Controls, Microsoft to deliver G2021 on Azure

UAE Business

Pacific Controls (PCS) and Microsoft are set to deliver Galaxy 2021 on Azure, offering smart Internet of Things (IoT) solutions and services to government and business customers worldwide.
G2021, an IoT gateway device supporting large number of protocols and capable of integrating all assets was certified for Microsoft Azure in January, is available for sale globally on Microsoft IoT marketplace, said a statement.
PCS customers will now be able to connect their assets (buildings, vehicles, industrial equipment, etc) to Galaxy platform on Azure, utilising G2021 and analysed through creative visualisations, extracting actionable insights into the use of assets and business processes, identify and fix anomalies, undertake proactive and predictive maintenance, ensure high up-times, reduce costs, save energy, minimize carbon footprints, and improve aftermarket services and achieve operational efficiency. 
The product manufacturers and distributors are also leveraging business intelligence from Galaxy 2021 to augment R&D for improving their products.
The gateway is capable of a secure and encrypted two-way communication facilitating remote detection and diagnostics of any anomalies which can be fixed by fine tuning systems or by injecting new algorithms, reducing cost of rolling trucks for onsite activities.
Dilip Rahulan, executive chairman and chief executive officer, said: “PCS is delighted with the Microsoft partnership to make unique capabilities of Galaxy 2021 platform and G2021 gateway available globally through Microsoft Azure and Microsoft IoT marketplace.
“PCS and Microsoft aim to enhance offerings leveraging complementary technologies of both parties, including integration of Microsoft IoT hub, creation of machine learning opportunities to improve performance of assets, and utilizing certain other capabilities of Microsoft IoT suite.”  
Samer Abu Ltaif, regional general manager, Microsoft Gulf, said: “Pacific Controls is one of our most important strategic partners. By leveraging Microsoft Azure and Pacific Controls Galaxy 2021 platform and G2021 gateway devices, which are certified for direct integration with the Azure platform, we are creating unparalleled opportunities in the digital technologies space.
“Both parties are committed towards increasing further integration of complementary technologies that will go a long way in enhancing digital solutions for our valued customers.” - TradeArabia News Service

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