Matrikon Releases Enhanced OPC Server for Wonderware Historian


EDMONTON, ALBERTA, August 26, 2015 – Matrikon has announced the release of its Matrikon OPC Server for Wonderware Historian. Previously known as the Matrikon OPC Server for InSQL, the latest version of this popular OPC Server adds support for the current version of the Wonderware Historian, support for the latest Microsoft Windows operating systems including Windows 7 (32-bit and 64-bit versions) , Windows Server 2008, and Windows Server 2012 (64-bit), and expanded functionality.

In response to user feedback, the Matrikon OPC Server for Wonderware Historian now includes support for performing real time (OPC DA) and historical (OPC HDA) writes to the Wonderware Historian on top of its original read capabilities. This allows users with OPC enabled client applications like HMI (SCADA) software or other applications to send data to the Wonderware Historian directly through this OPC Server. Tag level security for OPC HDA was also added to ensure data is protected at the granular level.

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Matrikon International
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