Predix, rhymes with Xerox? Software, cloud, IoT, and services as GE's next manufacturing strategy

General Electric (GE) announced this week that it will launch a cloud-based version of its Predix manufacturing automation and analytics system in 2016. As we've noted previously, GE expects Predix to be a major part of what it hopes will be a $7 billion business already next year (see the report...

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