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Content tagged with Automation & Control posted in November 2010
Dassault Systemes Launches V6R2011x Upgrade
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11/24/2010  1 comment
Stocked with hundreds of new functions and solutions, V6R2011x PLM upgrade emphasizes collaboration and rich design functionality.
Safety Linked to Productivity
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11/22/2010  Post a comment
Research shows link between a company's safety record and OEE performance.
NVIDIA Brings Quadro GPU to Mac Platform
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11/18/2010  Post a comment
Powered by CUDA and the Fermi architecture, the Quadro 4000 delivers parallel processing capabilities that can bolster the performance of professional design and engineering applications for Mac users.
New Ethernet Fieldbus Controller Platform
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11/16/2010  Post a comment
System offers 100 percent faster processing and more memory for programs and data storage.
Virus Targets Automation
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11/16/2010  Post a comment
Stuxnet, a Trojan malware program, attacked Siemens software in July. It may now be largely contained, but the prospects for these types of attacks are not.
Automation Fair Control Update
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11/16/2010  Post a comment
Integrated Architecture podcast highlights new developments that will help to drive plant-wide optimization and machine builder productivity.
Linear-Position Sensors Support Ethernet/IP
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11/15/2010  Post a comment
Sensors provide interoperability with EtherNet/IP and support for Device Level Ring.
Higher Performance Visualization
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11/15/2010  Post a comment
Rockwell announces advancements in visualization portfolio at Automation Fair.
Platform HPC Simplifies HPC Cluster Management
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11/10/2010  Post a comment
A redesigned Web user interface and improved application integration help streamline the provisioning, scheduling and management of HPC clusters.




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