IN Q1 2011 Issue
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Industrial Networking magazine is all about the design and implementation of networked systems in industrial environments. From wireless Ethernet to process buses to device networks, Industrial Networking examines how OEMs, discrete manufacturers, and process plants can begin to take full advantage of networked system architectures in their manufacturing environments.
No Help for Naked Turtles - Do Not Slip Up on Security. As a Plant Manager, My First Impulse Would Be to Cut All Ties with Ethernet-based Networking and the Internet
Fieldbus Can Be Good. Fieldbus Can Be Bad. An Experienced Integrator Examines the Benefits Claimed and Their Relationship to Industrial Reality
System Integrator P. Hunter Vegas Predicts Future Trends in Industrial Network Protocols
The Number of Network Protocols Is Not Decreasing, Necessitating Gateways and Adapters That Can Help Devices Communicate With One Another
See Some of the Latest Products Introduced to the Industrial Network Market
When It Comes to Protecting Your Network Against Intruders, You Can't Afford to Fall Down on the Job
Unlike IS, FISCO Is Based on Experimental Measurements of the Equipment Placed in Hazardous Gas Environment Where Energy Is Increased Until an Explosion Occurs
One of the Reasons Butt Splices Are Taboo in Plants Is Their Tendency to Become Troubleshooting Nightmares in the Future
VDC Research Group Highlighted the Top 10 Trends for Industrial Networking Solutions, Including Significant Growth of Wireless Networking After Years of Hype. Also Cited Are Increased Real-Time Ethernet and M&A Activity