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By Dominic Chopping

Equinor ASA said Tuesday it has signed a strategic collaboration with Hitachi Energy to collaborate within electrification, renewable power generation and low-carbon initiatives.

Initial areas of focus for the collaboration include developing standardized designs for transmission systems that connect offshore wind farms and Equinor production facilities to mainland power grids, it said.

"This strategic collaboration agreement is a signal of joint ambitions to increase our competitiveness in the ongoing energy transition," said Geir Tungesvik, executive vice president for projects, drilling and procurement at Equinor.

"Standardization of technical solutions will be a key to succeed," Mr. Tungesvik added.

The scope of the agreement covers the complete spectrum of Hitachi Energy's portfolio of power grid technologies and solutions.

Hitachi Energy is a joint venture between Hitachi Ltd. and ABB Ltd.'s Power Grids business.

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Killexams : Hitachi Energy debuts wireless grid tech that prevents wildfires

Hitachi Energy just launched wireless Spark Prevention Unit indicators that help prevent wildfires by enabling remote monitoring.

According to the US Department of Energy, approximately 10% of wildfire ignitions are sparked by faults on electrical infrastructure or electric equipment failure. Hitachi Energy’s new Wireless SPU Indicators allow utilities to monitor the grid remotely, in real time, with automated visual inspection rounds.

The SPU monitors the current and thermal load of surge arresters – which protect equipment from surges in the power system – installed in wildfire risk areas.

If there’s a thermal overload in the grid, the SPU interrupts the current flow and disconnects the surge arrester, thus preventing any arcing – which is when a circuit becomes overloaded and overheats – sparking, or ejection of hot particles that could potentially start a wildfire.

Hitachi Energy’s new Wireless SPU Indicator

A visual indicator on the SPU lets the utility field crew know that it needs to be replaced. Hundreds of thousands of SPUs installed in some of the world’s most wildfire-prone areas, such as in the United States and Australia, have had a real impact in preventing wildfires. Being able to monitor them remotely is only going to Boost wildfire prevention.

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Killexams : What to expect at the “Hitachi Vantara Drives Customer Success With Partners” event: Join theCUBE Dec. 6

In application modernization, how does one scale expertise without compromising the quality of products? 

IT services provider Hitachi Vantara LLC has an established portfolio of specialized solutions to guide digital transformations across data storage, cloud infrastructure and analytics. And to maintain a quality-over-quantity approach while keeping costs in check, the company looks to a knowledgeable partner ecosystem as an extension of its own sales efforts.

How will this strategy evolve as new partner types emerge across verticals, and how can Hitachi Vantara leverage this ecosystem to signal the technologies that will make the leap from what’s now to what’s next?

“We actually have a utility company in North Carolina whose customers are able to save on their electricity and water bills,” said Radhika Krishnan, chief product officer of Hitachi, in a recent interview with theCUBE, SiliconANGLE Media’s livestreaming studio. “This particular company had to contend with millions of sensors that were constantly streaming data back. That’s where a partnership with [NoSQL database provider] MongoDB really paid off … we were able to leverage Hitachi Pentaho to integrate all of the data and have the data reside on MongoDB.”

During the Dec. 6 “Hitachi Vantara Drives Customer Success With Partners” event, theCUBE analysts will talk with Hitachi Vantara executives about the company’s plans for hyperconverged infrastructures, including its expanding channel strategy and notable product/solution partnerships. (* Disclosure below.)

The appeal of data-driven solutions

Under parent company Hitachi Ltd., Hitachi Vantara claims nearly 80% of the Fortune 500 as clients, looking to help organizations unlock new competitive advantages, Boost customer experiences and identify novel revenue streams. The company is part of the Hitachi group, an $80B conglomerate with over 60 years of IT experience.

While especially known for its rock-solid block and file storage solutions like VSP, Hitachi Vantara also is a major player for cloud infrastructure and services, converged and hyperconverged solutions, data management and analytics – and content and distributed file solutions.

Recently, the company announced that its Hitachi Content Platform object storage solution is expected to grow at a projected rate of 40% in Q2 2022 compared to the same period in 2021, outstripping the market compound annual growth rate of around 13.6%. This market growth is due mostly to organizations seeking data-driven solutions, according to the company.

“Hitachi’s portfolio has evolved over the years, and the latest Hitachi VSP E Series is very attractive for midmarket customers and departments within large enterprises,” said Pierre Munro, product account executive at Eclipsys Solutions Inc., speaking on Hitachi’s popular flash hybrid storage solution.

“The strength of the Hitachi portfolio is underpinned by its go-to-market approach,” Munro furthered. “Hitachi Vantara is really partner-focused, and they’ve demonstrated more than once that they will go the extra mile to bring value to the customer and support us through the sales cycle.”

Creating strategic, value-focused partnerships

Partnerships are the heart of any solutions-based expansion plan, but a balanced approach is critical to the success of the overall ecosystem. To this end, Hitachi Vantara is focused on tight integrations in order to simplify its own points of interaction across products in a world of increasing cloud complexities. 

“The Hitachi culture is unique, the depth and breadth of knowledge and experience the Hitachi engineering team has is something you don’t always see,” said Sachin Soni, co-founder and chief technology officer of Centum Technologies. “That experience makes a big difference when I need to find solutions for my customers.”

One such alliance is with VMware Inc., spanning three major areas: hyperconverged infrastructure solutions, hybrid cloud and digital workspaces. The Hitachi Unified Compute Platform HC, for instance, combines storage, compute and virtualization into one appliance and is powered by VMware vSAN.

TheCUBE event livestream

Don’t miss theCUBE’s coverage of the “Hitachi Vantara Drives Customer Success With Partners” event on Dec. 6. Plus, you can watch theCUBE’s event coverage on-demand after the live event.

How to watch theCUBE interviews

We offer you various ways to watch theCUBE’s coverage of the “Hitachi Vantara Drives Customer Success With Partners” event, including theCUBE’s dedicated website and YouTube channel. You can also get all the coverage from this year’s events on SiliconANGLE.

TheCUBE Insights podcast

SiliconANGLE also has podcasts available of archived interview sessions, available on iTunes, Stitcher and Spotify, which you can enjoy while on the go.

SiliconANGLE also has analyst deep dives in our Breaking Analysis podcast, available on iTunes, Stitcher and Spotify.


During the “Hitachi Vantara Drives Customer Success With Partners” event, theCUBE analysts will talk with Hitachi Vantara’s Kimberly King, senior vice president of strategic partners and alliances; Russell Skingsley, chief technology officer and global VP of technical sales; and Tom Christensen, global technology advisor and executive analyst.

(* Disclosure: TheCUBE is a paid media partner for the “Hitachi Vantara Drives Customer Success With Partners” event. Neither Hitachi Vantara LLC, the sponsor for theCUBE’s event coverage, nor other sponsors have editorial control over content on theCUBE or SiliconANGLE.)

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Killexams : Hitachi Zosen Inova invests $6.6 million to expand Knoxville headquarters, will bring 90 new jobs to Knox County

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Gov. Bill Lee, Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Stuart McWhorter and Hitachi Zosen Inova USA LLC announced the company is investing $6.6 million to expand operations at its Knoxville headquarters. 

Hitachi Zosen Invoa or HZI relocated its North American hub from Georgia to Tennessee in 2020. This expansion will create 90 new jobs in Knox County.

“Tennessee’s business climate and highly skilled workforce offer companies the ideal atmosphere to grow and succeed. I thank HZI USA for its decision to expand in Knox County and create 90 new jobs for East Tennesseans," Lee said.

HZI is the Swiss-based renewable energy arm of Japan's Hitachi Zosen Corporation. The company specializes in converting municipal and agricultural waste into renewable electricity, natural gas and hydrogen. 

“HZI USA appreciates the support it has received from the State of Tennessee, Knox County and the City of Knoxville, as well as the chamber’s hard work to help us grow our North American headquarters. The combination of business climate, skilled workforce and quality of life make Knoxville a great investment for our future. HZI USA is excited to deepen Japanese ties to Tennessee and to help reaffirm the State’s worldwide leadership in clean energy," HZI managing director Heath Jones said. 

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Killexams : Hitachi Rail wins €368m order for new metro trains in Italy

Hitachi Rail has signed a €368m framework agreement with Azienda Trasporti Milanesi (ATM) for new metro trains in Italy.

Under the agreement, Hitachi Rail will engage in the manufacturing of 46 new metro trains for the Milan metro.

The first part of this agreement, valued at €168m, has been committed and involves the supply of 21 trains to be used on the M1 line.

The first metro trains are expected to start operations in early 2024, helping further enhance public transportation in the city.

These new trains will feature a fully accessible design, offering an uninterrupted view from the front to the end of the service.

They will also have a surveillance system to offer real-time video to the control room.

With a length of 106.5m, each of the new trains will have six aluminium cars and can attain a top speed of 90km/h.

Furthermore, the trains will feature integral air conditioning, with the external sides particularly designed to resist vandalism.

Hitachi Rail will manufacture the new trains at its plants in Naples and Reggio Calabria.

This September, Hitachi Rail revealed its new battery hybrid train, Blues Train, at the InnoTrans event in Germany.

Developed for Trenitalia , the new train is expected to lower carbon emissions and fuel consumption by 50%.

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Killexams : Hitachi Rail wins $814m rail contract in Philippines

Rolling stock manufacturer Hitachi Rail has received an $814m (JPY114bn) contract for the new commuter railway project in the Philippines.

Awarded by The Philippine Government ’s Department of Transportation , the contract will cover electrical and mechanical systems and track works, which includes digital signalling for the new commuter rail from Solis to Malolos.

Scope of the project includes nearly 35.4km and nine stations on the North-South Commuter Railway, as well as a 147km commuter line from Calamba to Clark.

The Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) will finance the works.

The project is expected to cut down carbon emissions in the railway sector and promote the use of eco-friendly public transportation over polluting cars.

North South Commuter Railway will feature the European Train Control System (ETCS) Level 2 signalling technology, which will help monitor the train’s movement and speed limit on the track.

By enabling efficient operation of the trains, the ETCS technology will also help lower the energy footprint of the railway.

Furthermore, the technology will allow the automatic activation of train safety functions, including emergency braking.

Hitachi is offering complete turnkey E&M systems of signalling, electrification, telecommunications, depot equipment, fare collection, and trackwork for the railway sector in the Philippines.

Hitachi Japan business deputy head, Asia and Japan initiatives (sales and projects) railway systems business unit head Takuya Yamakawa said: “We are proud to be awarded this contract to bring our digital signalling expertise to the Philippines, following our experiences pioneering the technology and successfully introducing it to countries across Europe and Asia.

“By delivering this project, Hitachi Rail will reduce a major commuter railway’s energy footprint, supporting greener travel.”

Earlier this month, Hitachi Rail won a €368m order for the manufacturing of 46 new metro trains for the Milan metro in Italy.

Thu, 17 Nov 2022 20:39:00 -0600 en-US text/html
Killexams : Hitachi-led group wins $6.7bn driverless subway train contract in Canada

TOKYO -- A group led by Hitachi has won a contract worth 9 billion Canadian dollars ($6.7 billion) to supply and operate driverless subway trains for a new rail line in Canada.

The Japanese industrial group's Connect 6ix consortium will deliver the trains for the planned Ontario Line in Toronto, Hitachi said Friday. The fleet will consist of 31 trains of four cars each.

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Killexams : Hitachi Rail to deliver new trains to ATM for Metro Milan

ATM has awarded a 368 million euros framework agreement for the manufacturing of new metro trains for the Milan metro, to Hitachi Rail. The award is part of ATM's massive investment plan to deliver an increasingly sustainable and technologically advanced public transport system.

The investment is made up of a framework agreement for the supply of 46 new metro trains. The first part of this agreement has already been committed for the delivery of 21 trains destined for line M1, worth 168 million euros.

The first metro trains are due to enter service in spring 2024.

The new trains will help further renovate the public transport network of the Lombardy capital city, offering passengers more modern, accessible and comfortable trains.

The state-of-the-art trains will have a new, fully accessible, design with an uninterrupted view from the front to the end of the service and a surveillance system providing real time video to the control room to Boost security onboard. The train's lower noise levels will also help provide a comfortable passenger experience.

Each train will be 106.5m long, composed of six aluminum cars and will have the ability to reach a maximum speed of 90 km/h. The trains will also be equipped with integral air conditioning and the external sides have been designed to be especially resistant to vandalism. In line with Hitachi Rail and ATM's commitments to decarbonization and delivering sustainable mobility, the trains have also been designed to meet high levels of recyclability for when they reach the end of their lives.

The new trains will be manufactured in the Italian Hitachi Rail plants in Naples and Reggio Calabria.

Hitachi Rail is a global leader in the design and delivery of metro trains and systems around the world in countries including Italy, Japan, Denmark, Saudi Arabia and the United States.

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Killexams : Tata Hitachi eyes 20 per cent growth

Industry is expected to reach its pre-Covid level of performance amid signs of revival in demand

The industry has reached around 42,000 units and could touch the numbers of around 80,000 to 85,000 by the end of the year.

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A Staff Reporter   |   Calcutta   |   Published 18.11.22, 01:20 AM

Construction equipment major Tata Hitachi is looking at 20 per cent growth in FY23 as the construction equipment industry is expected to hit the pre-Covid number amid signs of revival in demand.

"We are not yet at the 2019-20 levels. But we believe that by the end of this financial year, we should be reaching that level. If the growth that we have seen in the last 2-3 months continues, then we should look at the same numbers," said Sandeep Singh, managing director of Tata Hitachi.

In absolute numbers, the industry has reached around 42,000 units and could touch the numbers of around 80,000 to 85,000 by the end of the year.

Singh said that the growth driver is the demand coming from road construction and infrastructure setup, real estate, housing and mining industries.

Tata Hitachi is a joint venture between Tata Motors and Hitachi Construction Machinery with a manufacturing presence in Dharwad, Karnataka and Kharagpur, Bengal.

The company is expanding its product lines and is also looking to step up the localisation levels from the current level of around 65 per cent to 70 per cent next year and around 75 per cent in 2-3 years time.

Tata Hitachi, which on Thursday showcased its high-end mining excavators and indigenous wheel loaders at International Mining and Machinery exhibition in Calcutta, is eyeing a topline of around Rs 4,500 to Rs 5,000 crore in FY24.

Alternate fuel

While the construction equipment industry stakeholders and the union government has held discussions on alternative fuel strategy for the industry with CNG as an option, Singh said that the use of the fuel in construction equipment would be expensive and technically difficult along with infrastructure challenges.

However, a key policy change that the industry is looking at is the implementation of the BS4 emission standard. While the same is available for wheel loaders, it is yet to be implemented for excavators.

"We are engaged with the government on this," Singh said.

Thu, 17 Nov 2022 11:20:00 -0600 text/html
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