Galaxy 2021: IoT Gateway Hosted on Azure
FREMONT, CA: Pacific Controls (PCS) and Microsoft has announced the delivery of Galaxy 2021 on Azure. PCS will be offering smarter IoT solutions and services to government and business customers through Galaxy 2021 worldwide.
“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,” said Dilip Rahulan, Executive Chairman and CEO, PCS.
G2021 is an IoT gateway device supporting large number of protocols and integrates with all kinds of assets like vehicles, industrial equipment, building and much more. This allows the customer to analyze through creative visualizations, extract actionable insights into the use of assets and business processes, and identify and fix anomalies while reducing costs and minimizing carbon footprint.
PCS provides comprehensive machine-to-machine (M2M) automation and control solutions to customers spread globally. The company’s product, Galaxy 2021 enables access to an array of intelligent services for both public and private sectors. It includes provisions for firms catering to dynamic security, healthcare, hospitality, education, retail and financial applications as well. It also integrates capabilities like data management with large number of machines and systems by utilizing the Azure platform. This integration offers a complete package inclusive of the IoT platforms based on cloud computing, large data analysis, monitoring capacity and effective business processes. Galaxy addresses the challenges by carrying out real time measurement and verification of its carbon footprint.
“PCS and Microsoft aim to enhance offerings by 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,” said Rahulan. “Our aspiration is to become the bench mark for connected devices and things.”
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