Moxa Inc., a provider of industrial communications and networking, and Trend Micro Incorporated, a global cybersecurity company, have both executed a letter of intent relating to the formation of a joint-venture corporation-TXOne Networks. The new venture will focus on the security needs present in the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) environments, including smart manufacturing, smart…
Written by Keri Gunther, IIoT and Computing Division Manager Moxa The internet of things (IoT) has significantly changed O&M at many wind farms. IoT provides near real-time access to information and data from internet-connected devices, such as turbine sensors and condition-monitoring software. It lets wind-farm operators monitor and regulate much of a turbine’s operations…
We are in the midst of the fourth industrial revolution, known as the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). The IIoT has gained momentum due to its promise of increased efficiencies and better access to the information needed to make critical business decisions. Companies that embraced the movement have transitioned their businesses and technologies from centralized […]
To better serve the needs of OEMs and machine builders, Moxa has launched a new Remote Connect Suite that provides an easier and more secure way to connect to remote machines and equipment for the performance of critical troubleshooting, maintenance, data acquisition, and device management, resulting in faster and smarter support. Designed for Industrial IoT environments, the Moxa Remote Connect…
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To serve the needs of system integrators and engineers developing applications for the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), Moxa has launched the IIoT Gateway Starter Kit, which includes built-in support for Amazon Web Services (AWS). This data-acquisition ready kit simplifies development of IIoT solutions by providing all the essentials needed to get data from edge…
As the IIoT trend continues to be embraced with open arms by network operators, more and more of these ICS networks are converging with other networks.
Moxa is helping meet Industry 4.0’s demand for heightened visibility by launching the new NPort IAW5000A-6I/O, an enterprise-scale, out-of-the-box solution that conveniently integrates a RS-232/422/485 serial device server,
Moxa has introduced its new SDS-3008 Smart Switch, the industry’s slimmest, most intuitive Ethernet switch.
You can now choose from a wide variety of RISC-based embedded computers, single-board computers, and development boards to implement your IIoT solutions.
The full potential of many serial devices is still very much untapped. In the age of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), however, the time has never been more opportune for network managers to get more value from their serial devices.
Every device added to a network weakens its security or creates a potential weak point by providing attackers with a possible entry point to the network.
Moxa, a provider of network infrastructure solutions for the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), announced a new firmware upgrade for its industrial Ethernet switches with major enhancements for its security functionalities. This new firmware, called Turbo Pack 3, is not only compliant with the IEC 62443-4-2 level 2 cybersecurity standard, but also supports other security management features,…
The market today is flooded with embedded solutions for the Industrial IoT. You can now choose from a wide variety of RISC-based embedded computers, single-board computers, and development boards to implement your IIoT solutions.
As the Industrial IoT continues to expand, more and more devices are being connected to networks. securing
Moxa says the sheer volume of the data collected from these interconnected devices and the complete shift in how data is handled make these devices vulnerable to cyber attacks and unauthorized access.
Cellular networks have emerged as key components of today’s Industrial IoT (IIoT) networks, especially when it comes to long-distance communication with IIoT endpoints that are installed at field sites.
Moxa has introduced its AWK-4131A-US-T outdoor wi-fi industrial AP/bridge/client featuring an IP68-rated weatherproof housing coupled with support for ultra-fast 802.11n and 2X2 MIMO (Multiple-input /multiple-output).
A predictive maintenance strategy is expected to optimize production and reduce operational costs.
Modern SCADA systems are quickly adopting Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) technologies, such as cloud services or pub/sub protocols, to collect more data from monitored systems