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Unlock operational insights by consolidating data across the grid, reducing time and costs with the only enterprise historian deployable in the data center or in the cloud.
“With features like decentralized data collection, excellent data volume handling, scalability from on-premise to hybrid Cloud to full Cloud, plus remote management, and an OPC UA Server, Proficy Historian is now one of the leading historian products on the market. No longer is there a default choice in historians. If GE Digital’s Proficy Historian is not on your short list, it certainly should be."
- Joe Perino, Principal Analyst, LNS Research
With Proficy Historian for Grid, you can use integrated utility data management to improve:
Proven and used by thousands of companies around the world, Proficy Historian for Grid simplifies industrial data management and reduces costs, providing up to 90% savings compared to OSI PI.
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Achieve faster time to value and increase reliability with a validated solution across your enterprise
Easily move time-stamped, organized OT data to your enterprise cloud, using the only native-cloud industrial historian
Significantly reduce the costs of industrial data management with up to 90% savings
Reduce complexity and enable new value creation by leveraging different categories of data from a single data source
Increase control room awareness by directly visualizing real-time events alongside historical data from within your SCADA
Achieve greater flexibility to analyze your data and create custom analytics to meet your unique business challenges