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Hitachi splits Vantara in two – separates IoT/IT/OT solutions from cloud infra services

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In light of Hitachi Vantara‘s first contribution to the growth of Industry 4, this piece of news from the back end of next year is noteworthy. With its Lumada IoT platform, strategy, and thought leadership to create the co-creation story for industry’s online transformation. In order to concentrate on IoT, which is related to data analytics and generative AI software, the company’s parent, Hitachi, has spun off a portion of its Vantara business under the new name of Hitachi Digital Services. This company aims to provide Industry 4 with closer integration of information and operational technology (IT and operating technology).

In actuality, Hitachi Vantara is essentially being divided in half; The parent company is even being divided into a second division that sells IT products. According to a statement, the new Digital Services unit will continue the work of Hitachi Vantara’s previous digital solutions unit and concentrate on” cloud, data, [and ] IoT technologies,” as well as IT/OT integration services. Additionally, it will try to take advantage of fresh conceptual AI methods. The professional, transportation, and energy sectors are listed as the main targets. According to the statement, it will work to provide” company-wide… value to each industry.”

Hitachi splits Vantara in two – separates IoT/IT/OT solutions from cloud  infra services

Hitachi Vantara’s Digital Evolution: Unveiling Hitachi Digital Services and GlobalLogic Integration for Industry Synergy

Next November saw the launch of the new Digital Services Business. Its structural connection to Hitachi Digital, which was founded in North America in 2022 to sell “digital systems” in the industrial, mobility, and green energy sectors, as well as its close ties to the company’s own energy and rail operations ( Hitachi Energy ) and Rail, is not entirely clear. According to the statement, the new unit will “drive Hitachi’s distinctive synergy creation under Hitchi Digital.” Roger Lvin serves as the chief executive of Hitachi Digital Services, which has its headquarters in Santa Clara, California, in the US.

Following its$ 9 acquisition of Silicon Valley-based digital engineering services company GlobalLogic in March 2021, the company underwent a 2022 reorganization. 5 billion, which was referred to as” the largest acquisition by a Japanese electrical equipment company” at the time. To” strengthen” its Lumada platform, the company was incorporated into the previous Vantara unit. In addition to launching Hitachi Digital in North America in November of last year, it also made the announcement that it would launch GlobalLogic Japan in order to market its fresh US quarry’s “design-led electric engineering capabilities” to domestic customers.

Driving Digital Transformation: Hitachi Vantara’s Integrated Operations and Relational AI for Industry Innovation

In order to” support enterprise transformation through automation of business processes and generative AI,” Hitachi Digital Services will work more closely with GlobalLogic in the US, according to the statement.

With the exception of the Lumada unit, Hitachi Vantara has been “reorganized” in the most recent reshuffle into an “integrated Japan-US operation,” where the Japanese-based ( Ltd ) business consolidates its old IT Platform Products Management Division and seeks to strengthen its” storage and hybrid cloud-centric data infrastructure services portfolio.” This division fills the gap in terms of sales and management of “data infrastructure products” for international markets.

Akinobu Shimada serves as president of Hitachi Vantara (Ltd), a Japanese company with its headquarters in Yokohama City. Similar to its new digitalk services unit, Hitachi Vantara (LLC) in the US is headquartered in Santa Clara. Sheila Rohra serves as its main executive and is in charge. Beginning in April, the Chinese Vantara unit will be in use. According to Keiji Kojima, president and CEO of Hitachi “we see the emergence of relational AI as a breakthrough with massive impact. With the goal of successfully utilizing relational AI to unleash the potential of the company, Hitachi is constantly strengthening its business structure, including human resource development and policy development. In order to achieve company-wide digital transformation through the use of conceptual AI, Hitachi will constantly invest in the data infrastructure required for AI training, as well as in OT and IT Integration, for which it has domain knowledge. By gathering domain knowledge and data from a variety of business fields, including energy and transportation, which are our strengths, in an improved and secure environment, while integrating digital assets like conceptual AI, Hitachi will go ahead and contribute to solving different problems faced by our customers and society.”

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