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OPC UA Toolkits

Predicting that OPC UA will dramatically change the machine-2-machine communication is not rocket science. OPC UA is more than just another communication protocol. OPC UA is a service-oriented communication standard that is based on IPV4 and IPV6. Its flexible architecture supports a tremendous range in scalability, and it is independent from the transport medium and the transport protocol.

The latest addition to the OPC UA communication portfolio is the publisher-subscriber standard (Pub/Sub) which allows the deployment of OPC UA down to small controllers and sensors. The challenge for companies that provide upper level control software is to collect the large data volume from this growing number of data sources as efficiently as possible.

Many large automation companies already rely on Softing, the market leader in OPC UA technology, to develop OPC UA products that can handle millions of data points without compromising its performance. dataFEED OPC UA Client and Server toolkits from Softing are designed and optimized to handle huge data volumes efficiently. The dataFEED OPC UA Toolkits support a variety of operating systems so that, for example, a Linux-Server-based software package can benefit from Softing's high performance OPC UA implementation.

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