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.
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The Digital Enterprise Virtual Summit on July 16, 2020 was a lively, interactive digital event that brought together decision-makers and experts from various industries. You can now watch videos of all presentations, discussion panels, expert talks and deep dives on-demand at your convenience.
Products, services, and training programsAs your partner, we provide you with comprehensive support for the design, planning, and implementation of reliable and powerful communication networks – with first-class components, professional services, and comprehensive training programs.
Are there reliable WLAN designs that are robust enough to be used in industrial plants?
Depending on the application, several solution possibilities are feasible. If real-time processing is required, a deterministic communication can be achieved via the Industrial Point Coordinated Function (iPCF), e.g., for PROFINET. Environmental conditions in near-industrial surroundings already may make the use of industrial WLAN components indispensable.
Georg Werner Geib, Senior Presales Consultant