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NTT Data, Schneider Electric launch edge computing solutions aimed at AI and IoT

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As part of the collaboration, the NTT Data and Schneider Electric have introduced a solution integrating Edge computing, Private 5G, IoT, and Modular Data Centers aimed at enhancing connectivity and supporting Generative AI applications.

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and have announced a partnership to advance edge computing solutions for enterprises. As part of the collaboration, the companies introduces a solution integrating Edge computing, Private 5G, , and Modular Data Centers aimed at enhancing connectivity and supporting applications.

The partnership combines NTT Data's Edge as a Service, which encompasses Edge to Cloud, Private 5G, and IoT capabilities, with Schneider Electric's EcoStruxure modular data center technology. This blend is designed to optimise energy efficiency and handle compute-intensive tasks like machine vision and predictive maintenance, said a statement.

Shahid Ahmed, EVP New Ventures, and Innovation at NTT Ltd., said, “We've listened to our customers and know that processing vast amounts of data generated by edge devices is where the future of digital transformation lies. That's why we're excited to announce that we have the solution to meet these obstacles and are ready to lead the way towards a more connected and efficient digital world.”

The data center firm said that the newly launched solution enables the deployment of edge data centers in various locations, supporting high computational demands alongside critical infrastructure needs.

It addresses the increasing demand from organisations aiming to leverage edge computing for automation and data-driven decision-making. Citing its own internal report, NTT Data said that nearly 70% of enterprises are accelerating edge adoption to tackle business challenges.

A notable application of this partnership is the deployment of a Private 5G enabled EcoStruxure Data Center at Marienpark Berlin, an innovation park spanning over 30 hectares.

This collaboration builds on a previous co-innovation at Schneider Electric's Lexington Smart Factory, which utilised Private 5G and IoT connectivity to enhance energy efficiency and sustainability goals.

“After leveraging NTT Data's expertise in Private 5G connectivity and then maximising synergies with our EcoStruxure architecture in our facilities, it's time to expand our collaboration and bring a complete solution to industrial customers,” said Rob McKernan, President, Cloud & Service Provider Segment at Schneider Electric.

“Together, we aim to assist global clients in adopting connected devices, specialised industrial solutions, and the right edge computing infrastructure with modular Data Centers to gain valuable data insights, particularly in the context of IoT and emerging AI requirements.”

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