Siemens MindSphere Continues to Evolve
Siemens has pushed forward with its open mindset, expanding the different systems, infrastructures, and partners with whom it works to help clients implement its MindSphere platform. In November 2017, it announced a partnership with Software AG and its set of robust software technology offerings. In January 2018, Siemens launched MindSphere on Amazon Web Services (AWS), and in Q4 2018, it will make MindSphere available on Azure. In 2019, it will make MindSphere available on Alibaba Cloud in China. In addition to all this, MindSphere already integrates with almost all Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Product Lifecycle Management (PLM), historians, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Service Lifecycle Management (SLM), Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES), and other analytics software. It also provides an open Application Programming Interface (API) that empowers clients to send data from custom apps to store and use in cloud apps. These moves set up Siemens to integrate with as many or more new and legacy cloud and enterprise systems than any other platform.
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