See inside: Software maps, monitors, troubleshoots Ethernet networks

Taipei, Taiwan – Imagine seeing a map of an industrial Ethernet network, then using that map for more efficient configuration, quicker changes, and immediate notification of problems for faster troubleshooting.
By Control Engineering Staff February 6, 2008

Taipei, Taiwan – Imagine seeing a map of an industrial Ethernet network, then using that map for more efficient configuration, quicker changes, and immediate notification of problems for faster troubleshooting.

Ethernet Direct Corp ., a professional and primary provider of Industrial Networking and communication solutions, offers what it calls the most powerful graphical support software for Industrial Ethernet. Various versions of IntraVue software can match customers’ applications and budgets. Ethernet applications in the Industrial market are continually evolving. In many organizations, applications are moving from traditional IT based high level communications to real time applications in separate and sometimes isolated networks. With that change, Ethernet support by local resources is becoming more important.

IntraVue Lite is a full featured version targeted at PLC and process control applications providing useful information minutes after deployment. Unlike SNMP and shareware applications which can take hours if not days to configure, and then require constant updating for newly connected devices, IntraVue Lite’s ease of use, automatic discovery, and mappingthout configuration and constant adjustment for new devices.

IntraVue software, with more than 600 successful applications worldwide, has also evolved over the last several years to provide faster response times and enhanced graphics, including new trending features, and advanced event log. The company made the announcement Jan. 17.

Ethernet Direct

is a provider of Industrial Ethernet hardware and software and provides more information about IntraVue Lite.

Type industrial Ethernet in the search box, atop www.controleng.com for a lot more information on this topic.

— Edited by Mark T. Hoske, editor in chief
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