EDMONTON, ALBERTA, June 23, 2015 – Matrikon announced today the major release of its popular OPC UA Proxy application. The OPC UA Proxy enables software applications based on classic OPC client connectivity to seamlessly communicate with next generation OPC UA-based devices and applications. With a simplified user interface, improved workflow and enhanced performance – the new Matrikon OPC UA Proxy is an easy, convenient way for people to combine their existing classic OPC infrastructures with the growing number of next-generation OPC UA-based products.
“The power and security OPC UA offers, mixed with the excitement over the potential value the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is heralding, are just a couple of factors fast-tracking the adoption of OPC UA today,” said Darek Kominek, product director at Matrikon. “While Matrikon is helping device vendors embed OPC UA Proxy into the smallest of devices, Matrikon is also ensuring those device vendors and their customers have a way to utilize those UA-enabled devices in existing classic OPC-based infrastructures.”
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