Microsoft expands DNA framework for Internet

Microsoft Corp. (Redmond, Wa.) expanded its Distributed iNternet Architecture (DNA) framework for manufacturing to the Internet by reintroducing its "Manufacturing.Net [dot Net] for Manufacturing" initiative at ISA Expo/2000. These products and technologies include development software for the Internet and tools to power Internet-based devices.

09/01/2000


Microsoft Corp. (Redmond, Wa.) expanded its Distributed iNternet Architecture (DNA) framework for manufacturing to the Internet by reintroducing its "Manufacturing.Net [dot Net] for Manufacturing" initiative at ISA Expo/2000. These products and technologies include development software for the Internet and tools to power Internet-based devices. Future plans for the ".Net" platform include new generations of the Microsoft Windows operating system (see this issue's cover story), Windows DNA servers, and Microsoft Office, among others. Microsoft also highlighted technology providers offering and developing products for the recently released Windows CE 3.0 real-time embedded operating system. For more information, visit www.microsoft.net or www.controleng.com/freeinfo .





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