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GE software tags, aggregates enterprise ‘big data’

December 1, 2011 No Comments

GE released version 4.5 of its Proficy Historian software, which collects, aggregates and organizes the massive amount of data that exists in companies and organizations.

The point is to take all that data and make good from it — either through better decision-making or easier governance.

The new version supports more than 15 million tags, which GE says helps the software aggregate information for access across the enterprise. Security and scalability are also features the company is touting.

So how’s it work? At GE Energy’s own Monitoring & Diagnostics Center in Atlanta, the company eats its own dog food, so to speak, by using Proficy to monitor and collect data from more than 1,000 gas turbines across the globe:

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