India wants to become a hardware giant with 40 billion and 27 partners
The Indian government has approved 27 partners who will build hardware in India. Participants include HP, Dell, Foxconn, Lenovo, Acer and Asus. With the new Production Linked Incentive (PLI), a market value equivalent to 40 billion euros would be realized.
With the so-called PLI, India expects t... Read more
How SASE can help Dutch manufacturers stay ahead
The Netherlands boasts a highly innovative, competitive and diverse manufacturing sector. Its main industries include machinery and equipment, food and beverages, high-tech and materials, metal and engineering, and textile and chemicals, among others. Thanks to this wide range and the sector’s qu... Read more
Mercedes shakes up its production line with digital twins, aided by Nvidia
Nvidia is partnering with Mercedes-Benz to optimize car production. By creating a digital twin of the entire manufacturing and assembly process, the German car brand can figure out exactly how to work as efficiently as possible.
Mercedes-Benz hopes to create a blueprint for more than 30 factorie... Read more
Supermicro turns potential into growth as major hardware vendor
Supermicro is fast becoming a formidable competitor to other major hardware vendors. Changing supply chain needs, a focus on AI systems and increased manufacturing capacity are key contributors to this development.
Supermicro has seen a significant increase in sales in recent years. When sales t... Read more
‘Manufacturers need to increase digital push’
Companies in the manufacturing industry are missing an opportunity for greater profits by not digitizing enough. That's according to research by IDC InfoBrief, sponsored by IFS.
For the most part, manufacturers are busy addressing recurring problems. The survey was done among companies in both E... Read more
CadCorner and GPO Solutions continue as Innoptus
CadCorner and GPO Solutions are now known as Innoptus. The IT service providers have been working as one since 2017. Changing names is the next step.
CadCorner and GPO Solutions provide software and consultancy services to clients in the manufacturing industry. Among other things, the companies... Read more
Desktop Metal to acquire ExOne for $575 million
Desktop Metal said it is ready to acquire one of its key rivals in the 3D printing market for $575 million shortly after it posted its Q2 results. The company, founded in 2015 to create more affordable metal 3D printers, said that acquiring ExOne will allow it to scale up and gain more revenue in t... Read more
Reimagine manufacturing with technology
The manufacturing industry is changing fast. Modern manufacturing must be simple, agile, and intelligent to remain competitive. A digital transformation seems, therefore, necessary for success. However, the potential of technology in manufacturing isn't always fully utilised. The right choices impr... Read more
ServiceNow focuses on manufacturing and healthcare industry
ServiceNow kicked off Knowledge 21, the annual ServiceNow event, today. The first day also saw several announcements, including the focus on verticals, which fits Bill McDermott's management style.
McDermott's leadership is known for two things. The first is to make acquisitions every year to br... Read more