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Microsoft and Cognite team up on industrial data operations

by MSCN Reporter
Staff Writer,

Microsoft and industrial data ops firm Cognite announced an expanded strategic partnership to boost enterprise data operations with generative AI. Through the new partnership, Congite will integrate its Cognite Data Fusion platform with Microsoft Fabric in a bid to deliver unified DataOps for manufacturing. Customers will be able to use Cognite Data Fusion with its Asset Performance Optimization capabilities.

Cognite Data Fusion offers a variety of capabilities such as processing for multiple industrial data types, data contextualization, support for industry modeling, SDKs, and connectors. Through the integration, Cognite plans to better integrate Power BI, Azure OpenAI Service, Copilot with Fabric, OneLake, and Azure Data Manager for Energy

“We are pleased to see Cognite integrate their industrial data operations platform, Cognite Data Fusion, with Microsoft Fabric…and Microsoft OpenAI Service to unlock value in industry verticals such as Industrial Carbon Management,” said Matthew Kerner, Corporate Vice President of Microsoft Cloud for Industry, in a statement.

“Working with Microsoft is a natural fit as we are both committed to an ecosystem of data driven innovation and sustainability,” stated John Markus Lervik CEO, Cognite. “Cognite Data Fusion on Microsoft Azure presents a fantastic opportunity for us to deliver value, securely and at scale by playing to each of our strengths.” 

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