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A Control Engineering subscriber research article in the April 2007 issue covers industrial networking issues and concerns.

05/02/2007


Oak Brook , IL —A subscriber research article in the April 2007 issue of Control Engineering covers industrial networking issues and concerns. The top four companies in the April 2007 Product Research on Industrial Networking , according to survey results, are:

Rockwell Automation

Belden

Schneider Electric

Phoenix Contact

Survey respondents selected among the following companies (in order) leading companies supplying industrial network related products.

Emerson Process Management

ABB

GE Fanuc

Siemens

Banner Engineering

Cutler-Hammer Automation

National Instruments

Turck

Hirschmann Network Systems

Honeywell

Omron

ProSoft

Opto 22

Digi

Yokogawa

Foxboro

Weidmuller

Lantronix

Moore Process Automation

Olflex Wire & Cable

Woodhead

Mitsubishi

Pilz Automation Safety

Sixnet

Accutech

Elpro Technologies

Beckhoff Automation

Data-Linc Group

Grayhill

SST (part of Woodhead)

Wieland

Control Chief

Echelon

Ember

InterlinkBT (now part of Turck)

These are additional companies that produce products related to industrial networking, not included in the survey results.

Acromag

AutomationDirect

Axoimtek

B&R

Contec Microelectronic

Dataforth

Dataradio

EZAutomation

Garrettcom

ifm efector

Lumberg

Moxa

N-Tron

Omega Engineering

Online Development

Panduit

Pepperl+Fuchs

Sena Technology

Stealth Computer

Wago

Weed Instrument

For additional network companies, products, and distributors, look at Control Engineering ’s online buyer’s guide .

Control Engineering Daily News Desk
Mark T. Hoske , editor in chief





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