More flexibility, performance keys to latest FactoryLink

By Control Engineering Staff March 7, 2001

Richardson, Tex. -Developed to run on Microsoft Windows 2000 and NT operating systems, FactoryLink 7 is designed to help SCADA system users have the lowest possible cost of ownership. FactoryLink 7’s increased flexibility, performance, and scalability enable data to be processed, managed, accessed by users, and distributed to key personnel and to higher-level manufacturing execution systems and enterprise resource planning software. Built on Windows DNA (Distributed interNet Applications) architecture standard, it is said to be the first SCADA system to make full use of this technology. USDATA

At a glance…

Brings ‘lowest total cost of ownership’ to SCADA users

Increased flexibility, performance, scalability for higher-level data use

‘First SCADA to make full use of Microsoft DNA’