Entivity announces Microsoft Windows XP support

Ann Arbor, MI - Entivity Inc. has released the next generation of its Think & Do Live! product. Think & Do Live! 5.5 product builds on ver. 5.4 with a number of enhancements and features improving performance and usability. Some of the key features include Windows XP support, additions to the collection of drivers, and a number of improvements to the debugging tool, AppTracker.

01/30/2003


Ann Arbor, MI - Entivity Inc . has released the next generation of its Think & Do Live! product. Think & Do Live! 5.5 product builds on ver. 5.4 with a number of enhancements and features improving performance and usability. Some of the key features include Windows XP support, additions to the collection of drivers, and a number of improvements to the debugging tool, AppTracker.

The product introduces support for additional devices from Automationdirect.com, including EZ-Text/Touch panels, T1K-CTRIO, H4-CTRIO, and Ethernet Remote Master (ERM). Entivity has also added support for Interbus including Phoenix Contact's PCP commands. Further, it includes a Modbus Master driver for the already existing serial driver and a Modbus Master TCP driver.

Improvements to AppTracker let users cross reference data items and persistently change the preset value of a timer data item. In addition, users can launch the debugger even if the project is out of sync and lock program logic, preventing project synchronization issues.

''Customer feedback played an enormous role in the development of Live! 5.5. We took their input and integrated it into the latest version of the most widely sold PC Control package on the market today,'' said Jeff Fisher, vice president of Sales and Support for Entivity. ''Entivity customers are happy with the performance of the Live! product, and now they can benefit from our latest features while implementing today's technology.''

Entivity products and services address project collaboration, automation software solutions, asset utilization and information connectivity throughout extended manufacturing enterprises.


Control Engineering Daily News Desk
Gary A. Mintchell, senior editor
gmintchell@reedbusiness.com





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