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Corvalent announces CAT-APM IoT and Edge Computing Platform and applications

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Fulfilling the promise of matching one of the most advanced Internet of Things (IoT) and Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) platforms with highly-performant enterprise-level applications combined with world-leading industrial PC's, Corvalent has announced CAT-APM.

Short for 'Connected Asset Technologies-Application Performance Management', CAT-APM's Well-Monitoring system is well-suited for the remote monitoring of Wind and Solar energy production using a customer's existing sensors, or those provided by Corvalent.

For more than 26 years, the Cedar Park, Texas-based Corvalent has been a leading industrial supplier of long-life motherboards, Servers, Edge and Gateway systems. With CAT-APM, they are moving into vertical market applications for IoT using their powerful Edge computers and industrial-strength sensors, providing a complete end-to-end solution.

"Many companies are rapidly adding wind and solar to their energy portfolios, and we support them with fit-for-purpose solutions," added Weiss. "We're taking appointments now to demonstrate our solutions and to work with selected customers to design, build, deploy, and operationalise these digital transformation technologies" commented Senior Product Manager Alan R. Weiss.

Read the article online at: https://www.energyglobal.com/solar/12022020/corvalent-announces-cat-apm-iot-and-edge-computing-platform-and-applications/

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