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Softing OPC UA .NET Development Toolkits V1.01 Support Historical Access

09-11-2012 02:45 PM CET | Industry, Real Estate & Construction

Press release from: Softing Industrial Automation GmbH

/ PR Agency: Wassenberg Public Relations für Industrie & Technologie GmbH
Softing OPC UA .NET Development Toolkits V1.01

Softing OPC UA .NET Development Toolkits V1.01

Softing releases Version 1.01 of its OPC UA .NET Development Toolkits, now supporting Historical Access. Both Client and Server Development Toolkits support all available Historical Access features allowing access to historical data (e.g. for calculating average temperatures over a given time). Softings OPC UA .NET Toolkits enable developers to build OPC UA clients and servers for moving data and information from the factory floor to the enterprise level in .NET for Windows.

The OPC UA .NET Development Toolkits V1.01 will be available from July 19, 2012. Fully functional, limited runtime demos as well as a detailed Release Note can be downloaded from http://industrial.softing.com from this date on.

New samples describe the usage of Historical Access for both client and server. Furthermore, demos are available supporting historical data and events access for client and server. New Historical Access documentation articles were added for Deployment and Security, Programmer's Guide and Programming Samples. A number of additional features involving OPC compliance, performance improvements and trace mechanism make the OPC UA .NET Development Toolkits V1.01 fully Test Tool Compliant.

For more than 15 years Softing has been a major supplier of OPC Development Toolkits to developers of OPC Clients and Servers around the world. The Softing OPC portfolio includes 18 versions of OPC Development Toolkits. Among them are Classic OPC Toolkits covering Data Access, Alarms & Events and XML-DA for Windows, Windows CE and Linux as well as Unified Architecture Toolkits for Windows in C++ and .NET and for Linux and VxWorks in C++.

For more information please contact info.automation@softing.com.

Softing Industrial Automation is a world leading provider of industrial communication products and technologies for manufacturing and process automation. Our products are tailored to the requirements of system integrators, device vendors, machine and equipment manufacturers or end users and are known for its ease of use and functional advantages.
http://industrial.softing.com

Company contact:
Softing Industrial Automation GmbH
Richard-Reitzner-Allee 6
85540 Haar
Peter Seeberg
Product Marketing
Phone: +49 / (0)89 / 45656-385
E-Mail: peter.seeberg@softing.com

Media contact:
Wassenberg Public Relations
für Industrie & Technologie GmbH
Michaela Wassenberg
Rollnerstr. 43
D-90408 Nürnberg, Germany
Phone: +49 / (0)911 / 598 398-0
E-Mail: m.wassenberg@tech-communications.net

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