Softing Inc. News & Articles

PROFIBUS solution manages a helium-cooling system

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Softing Profibus equipment controls DESY, Germany’s largest helium cooling system. Profibus protocol software provided the foundation for achieving redundancy, with Profibus guaranteeing an instantaneous and bump-less switchover of all connected I/O devices.

Raima adds Softing OPC UA software to its RDM embedded database

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Softing integrated its OPC Unified Architecture (UA) software into an OPC UA based application that communicates directly with Raima Database Manager.

Softing to supply PROFINET to Cisco Systems

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Cisco Systems has selected Softing’s PROFINET stack to enhance the IE 3000 Series Switch family with PROFINET I/O capabilities.

SCHOTT Tubing uses Softing OPC software in measurement application

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SCHOTT is employing Softing’s OPC Easy Connect Suite and OPC ActiveX control as a reliable link to automatically transmit measured values from Excel to the process control system.

Softing supplies PROFINET stack to Omron

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Omron will use Softing’s PROFINET stack in a new line of PROFINET devices.

Husky standardizes on Softing's Electrical Tester for PROFIBUS

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Husky is employing PROFIBUS technology in its high-tech injection molding machines.

Softing acquires majority interest in INAT GmbH

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INAT's range of real-time Ethernet products complements Softing's embedded fieldbus technology.

Softing to embed PROFIBUS into subsea oil well equipment

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Aker Solutions, Scotland, will use a Softing Profibus board in a “Christmas Tree,” an assembly of valves, spools and fittings for an oil well.

Softing announces Partnership with ILS Technology

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Softing will integrate its OPC UA interface into ILS Technology's deviceWISE software that connects devices on the factory floor with enterprise systems.

Softing uses Altera FPGA for real-time Ethernet

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PROFINET, EtherNet/IP, and Modbus/TCP are entirely executed within the integrated processor.