Hitachi case studies describe how Hitachi Group Companies offer a wide range of solutions to overcome diverse business, technical, and strategic challenges faced by businesses and industries operating in the Americas. Browse through some of the Hitachi case studies mentioned below to know how various companies leveraged Hitachi expertise to overcome their industrial and organizational challenges.
The University HealthSystem Consortium (UHC) wanted to design a data storage system that could keep up with its rapid and exponential data growth, while providing flexibility for the future. Hitachi Data Systems helped in transition of UHC’s entire data storage system to blade servers without the need for local storage and reliance on server virtualization, and ensured minimal disruption to day-to-day operations of the legacy system.
Minnesota Power (MP) was looking to adhere to the stringent emission regulations at state and federal level. Therefore, they proactively initiated a $240 million project to reduce emissions from the 350 megawatt Boswell Energy Center Unit 3. MP established an aggressive three-year schedule for the execution of complete emission reduction project, and selected Hitachi Power Systems America for the project due to their expertise and unique technology offerings.
PVC (polyvinyl chloride) has been the preferred thermoplastic insulating and jacketing material for most indoor wiring and cable applications for over fifty years. However, there have been many questions about its safety. Hitachi Cable Manchester assessed all sides of this PVC controversy, and based on the assessment, manufactures products for those who support PVC and others who support using alternative materials.