Camstar unveils vertical market solution sets

Campbell, Calif. - Camstar announced the immediate availability of solution sets and integration tools that enable faster implementation of InSiteLive and the Virtual Factory Suite for four vertical industries-semiconductor, optical electronics, medical devices, and electronic assembly.

12/14/2001


Campbell, Calif. - Camstar announced the immediate availability of solution sets and integration tools that enable faster implementation of InSiteLive and the Virtual Factory Suite for four vertical industries - semiconductor, optical electronics, medical devices, and electronic assembly.

'As product lifecycles within our industry continue to shrink, we needed a way to rapidly reach higher volume production with our new products, while maintaining our production standards,' said Michael Grow, manager of factory automation at Cierra Photonics (Santa Rosa, Calif.). 'Camstar was able to help us deploy InSite in just 65 days. It provided end-to-end visibility and control over our enterprise enabling us to quickly adapt to changing customer demands and new product deployment.'

'By focusing our efforts on solutions specifically targeted to particular vertical markets, we have been able to create more value for our customers,' said Rob Rudder, vice president of business development and solutions marketing at Camstar. 'Combining the plant-level power of InSiteLive and the collaborative power of the Virtual Factory Suite with our industry-tested solution sets enables companies to quickly realize the benefits of Camstar's solutions.'

Camstar's Virtual Factory Suite enables Live Everywhere Manufacturing, whereby global manufacturers optimize their internal and external production assets by sharing 'live' production information with enterprise applications and business systems throughout the extended enterprise and across the supply chain. Creating this live enterprise allows global manufacturers to see and manage, in real-time, multiple locations, processes and companies as a single virtual factory. InSiteLive serves as the 'central nervous system' within individual plants, managing production information and processes in real-time.





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