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OPC UA – Product Development with Premium Support

04-23-2015 07:45 PM CET | Industry, Real Estate & Construction

Press release from: Softing Industrial Automation GmbH

Softing’s OPC UA .NET Development Toolkits allow the rapid integration of OPC UA in automation applications.

Softing’s OPC UA .NET Development Toolkits allow the rapid integration of OPC UA in automation applications.

Haar, April 16, 2015 – As per May 1st, 2015, Softing Industrial Automation adopts a service oriented model for its OPC UA .NET Development Toolkits.
Softing's new offering combines a free license for the use of the OPC UA .NET Development Toolkits with a 3-year maintenance and support agreement which supersedes the previous fee-based license acquisition. The new model will come into force as per May 1st, 2015 and offers free-of-charge upgrades to new toolkit versions as well as premium support by Softing specialists. Users have the advantage of a reduced initial investment and lower total cost of ownership for the use of OPC UA technology. At the same time, they benefit from Softing’s long-standing technical expertise. Cristian Pogacean, Product Manager OPC at Softing Industrial Automation, says: "As a specialist in OPC technology with a long-standing experience, we would like to emphasize our strong commitment to long-term customer relations with this new model and share with our customers our ongoing support of the OPC technology."

Softing’s OPC Development Toolkits allow the rapid integration of OPC Classic and OPC UA in automation applications. A comprehensive collection of libraries is part of the scope of delivery and enables fast time-to-market for programs with OPC functionality. The collection includes a comfortable, clearly documented programming interface, associated sample applications and test- and simulation tools.

About Softing Industrial Automation
Softing Industrial Automation is a world leading provider of industrial communication products and technologies for manufacturing and process automation. The company’s products and services 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. For more details: http://industrial.softing.com

Softing Industrial Automation GmbH
Stephanie Widder
Operational Marketing - Advertising & Press Contacts
Richard-Reitzner-Allee 6
85540 Haar
Tel.: +49-(0)89-45656-365
Email: stephanie.widder@softing.com

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