Industrial communication networks

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Siemens and Aruba form partnership for integrated networks

Siemens and Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company, announced a strategic partnership focused on bridging the OT and IT worlds. Based on their complementary portfolios, users benefit from integrated networks with proven interoperability from factory floors to corporate offices.

Here, you can view the official press release published by Siemens and Aruba.

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Comprehensive network experience alone is not enough to ensure that an industrial communication network meets all the necessary requirements. Established automation and industry expertise is at least as important.
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Valuable knowledge about industrial communication networks

In this section, proven experts share their knowledge with you – and answer interesting questions on industrial communication networks in a loose cycle.

Where are aggregation or distribution networks installed in the industry? 

In addition to dealing with a lack of space, it is crucial to enable the fastest possible exchange of defective components. To quickly put systems and plants into operation again, it makes sense to also place the aggregation networks – such as  the industrial backbone – directly at the plant, thus keeping the service path short and the response time low. 

 



Gert Mikuta, Marketing Manager Industrial Networks

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