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Baker Hughes expands AI and cybersecurity capabilities through Microsoft, TripWire partnerships

By Mary Page Bailey |

Baker Hughes (Houston; www.bakerhughes.com), C3.ai, and Microsoft Corp. announced an alliance to bring enterprise artificial intelligence (AI) solutions to the energy industry on Microsoft Azure’s cloud computing platform. 

This alliance will enable customers to streamline the adoption of scalable AI solutions for the energy industry that help promote safety, reliability, and sustainability. It leverages the significant energy technology expertise of Baker Hughes, C3.ai’s proven AI platform and applications, and the Microsoft Azure cloud computing platform. As a result, energy businesses will have a secure and reliable suite of enterprise-scale AI applications optimized to run on Azure. These solutions are tailored to address challenges across the entire value chain, from inventory optimization and energy management to predictive maintenance and process and equipment reliability. 

The solutions will simplify the process of adopting AI capabilities for energy companies, starting with the shift of data management, storage, and compute onto Azure, through the development and enterprise-wide deployment of domain-specific AI applications built on the BHC3 AI Suite.

Baker Hughes is also enhancing its digital capabilities through a partnership with Tripwire, Inc., a leading global provider of security and compliance solutions. Under this agreement, Nexus Controls, a Baker Hughes business, will integrate Tripwire’s industrial cybersecurity capabilities into their SecurityST solution aimed at achieving safe, reliable, and predictable plant and process operations in critical infrastructure environments. Tripwire will augment SecurityST with technologies that expand visibility, monitoring and threat mitigation across the complete OT landscape. Tripwire will provide passive data collection, threat monitoring and advanced logging capabilities.

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