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GE’s Predix comes to Microsoft Azure cloud

Microsoft and GE today announced a partnership that will make GE’s Predix platform for the Industrial Internet available on the Microsoft Azure. GE’s Predix platform is already helping industrial customers rapidly build, securely deploy and effectively operate industrial applications. Bringing Predix to Azure means those same customers will now have access to additional capabilities such a
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