Guy Denis, Business Development Manager for Industrial Automation at Cisco Systems, explains the booth at Hannover Messe 2013 and how it relates to the theme of integrated solutions by connecting the IT environment with manufacturing industry Operational Technologies(OT).
Guy talks about Cisco’s presence at the show and talks about some elements of the booth and the solutions Cisco showed. Many of the Cisco Connected Industries and products were on display, including the Industrial switching products like the new IE2000 which now has Power over Ethernet (PoE) capabilities.
Guy shows the other Machine-to-machine (M2M) products such as the IE3000, and some of the newer modules such as for PoE and fiber, very applicable for machine manufacturers and in the automotive as well as the Food and Beverage industries.
Guy then goes on to talk about the architectural approach that Cisco has developed and the partnership with Rockwell Automation, a relationship that enables joint development. So Cisco is extremely relevant on the plant floor, especially in a Rockwell environment with the jointly developed Converged Plant-wide Ethernet architecture.
Cisco is also particularly strong at helping customer’s converge Business IT systems with Operational Technologies (OT), and that sets us apart from many of our competitors, especially those in the Automotive, machinery, Consumer Packaged Goods, and Materials and Mining Industries.
Stay tuned for Part 2 – and exciting video from Rudolph Maly, Head of Connected Industries -EMEAR (Europe, Middle East, Africa and Russia), who gives a brief synopsis detailing the relevance that Cisco has to the integrated industry at Hannover Messe 2013.
Tags: Cisco Connected Industries, Cisco Industrial Smart Solution, collaboration, Ethernet/IP, Hannover Messe, IE2000, IE3000, Industrial Automation, industrial embedded switch, industrial networking, Internet of Things (IoT), IoT, mobile