Hitachi’s Power Grids, Vantara Biz Integrate Digital Enterprise Solns to Expand Portfolio

In line with this, Hitachi ABB Power Grids’ DE solutions have been integrated within the Lumada portfolio of advanced digital solutions and services for turning data into insights.

January 29, 2021. By Manu Tayal

Japanese conglomerate Hitachi’s two business entities, Hitachi ABB Power Grids and Hitachi Vantara, have agreed to rebrand their Digital Enterprise (DE) solutions.

In line with this, Hitachi ABB Power Grids’ DE solutions have been integrated within the Lumada portfolio of advanced digital solutions and services for turning data into insights.

Furthermore, the DE components have been rebranded as Lumada Asset Performance Management (APM), Lumada Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) and Lumada Field Service Management (FSM), adding to the growing portfolio of Data Ops and Industrial IoT solutions.

The new portfolio of solutions and its predecessors enable customers spanning multiple global industries to operate, analyze and optimize over USD 4 trillion of assets every day.

The company said that, with DE’s incorporation into Lumada, Hitachi ABB Power Grids’ energy domain experience will be augmented by Hitachi’s Lumada Industrial IoT platform.

Commenting on the integration, Massimo Danieli, managing director, grid automation business unit, Hitachi ABB Power Grids, said that “our software solutions and Lumada are highly complementary.”

Massimo added, “combining best-in-class Lumada IoT capabilities and the domain expertise built into Digital Enterprise applications provides both new and existing customers unparalleled flexibility and faster time to value, while preserving the value of their past software investments. The journey we began with our customers as part of the Digital Enterprise evolution story has become broader and more compelling, as we join the Lumada ecosystem.”

“Bringing these solutions that each encapsulate deep domain expertise into the greater Lumada ecosystem gives customers an extremely powerful combination of tools to modernize their business,” said Chris Scheefer, senior vice president, Industry Practice, Hitachi Vantara.

Chris further added “the holistic view of assets and information provided by Lumada allows leadership to analyze and react in real-time, enabling efficient, effective operations and a foundation to create a more sustainable future.”

Besides, both DE and Lumada also share core foundational features: a modern micro services design, vendor-agnostic interoperability, and a flexible deployment model, including cloud, on-premises and hybrid.

Thus, by combining two solutions, customers would be able to benefit from additional data services including data integration, data cataloging, edge intelligence, data management, analytics and more, the company added.

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