ILS links up OPC-UA and native connectivity from industry-standard servers

deviceWISE Enterprise Edition enables real-time, intelligent data transfers between production controls and the enterprise.<br/>


ILS Technology says its deviceWISE Enterprise Edition, a standards-compliant version of its connectivity platform for IT network infrastructures, enables real-time, intelligent data transfers between production controls and the enterprise to offer companies greater intelligence gathering for business decisions.
Previously available only as an embedded platform for plant-floor, deviceWISE Enterprise Edition runs on any industry-standard enterprise server system for companies that want to establish downstream links from the IT side of operations.
Based on deviceWISE 2.0, the platform supports both the OPC-Unified Architecture (OPC-UA) and native device connectivity standards used in most production domains. The Enterprise Edition also supports upstream IT application and middleware connections that allow devices to be linked to service-oriented architectures, databases, and message queues.
Designed for installation in IT domains, deviceWISE Enterprise Edition offers easy configurability for any system and offers cross-platform support for servers running Windows, Linux, AIX, Solaris and HP/UX. The platform also offers native device support for legacy and custom devices.

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