Most used Ethernet protocols

Table provides governing organizations and websites for the most-used Ethernet protocols among 200 respondents to the Control Engineering Mobility, Ethernet, and Wireless Study, November 2013. See also bar chart showing 16 protocols.

07/12/2014


Table of the most used Ethernet protocols follow, according to the Control Engineering Ethernet Study, November 2013. See chart of 16 Ethernet protocols from the study. The leading responses were EtherNet/IP, TCP/IP and UDP, Modbus TCP, Profinet, and EtherCAT.

The 200 respondents of the Mobility, Ethernet, and Wireless Study, November 2013, said which Ethernet protocols they use. The leading responses were EtherNet/IP, TCP/IP and UDP, Modbus TCP, Profinet, and EtherCAT. Courtesy: Control Engineering

Protocols

Governing organization

More info

EtherNet/IP

ODVA

www.odva.org

TCP/IP and UDP

Internet Engineering Task Force

www.ietf.org

Modbus TCP

Modbus-IDA

www.modbus.org

Profinet

PI North America

www.us.profinet.com

EtherCAT

EtherCAT Technology Group

www.ethercat.org

For more Ethernet research findings and other Control Engineering research, see: www.controleng.com/ce-research.

- Mark T. Hoske, content manager, CFE Media, Control Engineering, mhoske@cfemedia.com.

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