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Explore Your Options for Edge Connectivity

By Jeremy Friedmar – Director of Product Management, Edge and Cloud; and Matthew Wopata, Senior Product Manager Filed in Technology focus, Edge IIoT

As the need to collect and analyze data grows for most industrial facilities, you may be wondering about the most efficient ways to do so. Today, we’re looking at how industrial edge devices can be connected, and options based on your application’s needs.

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Have Leftover OpEx Dollars? Consider Your Modernization Needs (and Risk Factors)

By Dennis Gonzalez – Associate Product Manager Filed in Work Smarter, Gateways Modernization

Have some OpEx budget to use by the end of the year? Consider what might be needed to update legacy equipment – and how your remaining OpEx budget could help.

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Consider the Benefits: Streamlined J1939 Connectivity

By Dennis Gonzalez – Associate Product Manager Filed in Product focus, Gateways Protocol Conversion

The J1939 standard protocol can help identify issues within large vehicles. Find out how the new J1939 router maintains versatile connectivity for a variety of applications, including those in the automotive and agricultural industries.

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Video: Your Guide to Ethernet Messaging Types

By ProSoft Marketing Department Filed in Videos, Gateways In-chassis Protocol Conversion

Most industrial automation protocols have two methods of communication – client-server data communications and input/output message communications. Each of these methods have their own properties and characteristics that make them suitable for different applications – watch this video to learn more!

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Increase Safety in Material Handling Applications

By Lauren Robeson Menting – Marketing Communications Manager Filed in Technology focus, Automated Material Handling CIP Safety Logistics Wireless

Keeping employees safe when they’re nearby moving machinery – and making sure damage isn’t done to your facility or the goods it stores, hampering production and delivery – is essential. Wireless connectivity solutions can help ensure that safety is maintained in material handling applications

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Consider the Benefits: Enable Secure Remote BAS Monitoring with QuickServer Gateway Upgrade

By Dennis Gonzalez – Associate Product Manager Filed in Product focus, Gateways

The latest update to ProSoft’s Universal QuickServer Gateway product line includes the addition of dual Ethernet ports to maintain security and isolate networks while supporting remote monitoring and management.

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