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From Asset and System Monitoring to Enterprise Optimization

Research Centers, Development Platforms, Software Suites and Monitoring Centers Cover All Points of the Industrial Internet

By Mike Bacidore

GE Banner/articles/2014/ge-summit/ The GE Software Center of Excellence (CoE) in San Ramon, California, employs more than 1,000 people developing enabling technologies for the Industrial Internet. "Four years ago, GE made a major investment, doubling down, because it saw big opportunities," said John Magee, CoE chief marketing officer, who spoke to a packed room at the GE Intelligent Platforms 2014 User Summit in Orlando, Florida. "There's been a particularly good collaboration with GE Intelligent Platforms."

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