This is the second phase of the Infosim® award-winning Catalyst presented in Nice 2016 with TWI – The Welding Institute, EnterpriseWeb, and Infosim®. This year, we were happy to welcome two additional champions, Telecom Italia and BT Group, as well as Infosys as a new participant.
What started with Robots-as-a-Service last year, has now been extended to Factory-as-a-Service by creating a “Logical Factory”, i.e. a platform underpinned by Industry 4.0 philosophies, that integrates and connects digitally numerous manufacturing systems across disparate facilities.
Within this Catalyst, Infosim® is the resource-facing manager of managers. With StableNet®, an overview of the telco domain as well as the IoT domain is given.
More information on the Catalysts can be found here.
Logical Factory: Virtualizing Manufacturing for Agility
“Outstanding Ecosystem Design using CurateFx”
Catalysts are rapid-fire, member-driven, innovative, proof-of-concept projects which both inform and leverage TM Forum best practices and standards, connecting service providers, technology suppliers, and global enterprises to create innovative solutions to common industry challenges.
“Smart Industrial Manufacturing – Robots as a Service” is the project title of a cooperation between EnterpriseWeb, TWI – The Welding Institute, and Infosim®. It is all about driving the factory of the future forward. The project was initiated in context of TM Forum Live! 2016.
With the best innovative concept and use case of the Catalysts, Infosim® was awarded “Best New Catalyst”.
Please find the PDF version of the press release via the link below:
Smart Industrial Manufacturing: Robots as a Service
In their annual listing of 20 companies that are in the forefront of providing networking technology solutions and impacting the marketplace, CIOReview has recognized Infosim® as one of the 20 MOST PROMISING NETWORKING SOLUTION PROVIDERS 2015. Read all about StableNet®, the “Unified Solution for Automated Network Management” on page 28 of the CIOReview online version here.
You can also download the PDF version of the article mentioned above via the link below:
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