CPwE: An Industrial Network Blueprint
Converged Plantwide Ethernet is tested and validated by Cisco and Rockwell Automation What’s at stake? Roughly 46 percent of organizations will experience 5-16 hours of downtime from a major security breach. Other risks to company profits include the unpredictable maintenance costs of an aging infrastructure and the number of industrial IoT devices increasing daily. This is why […]
Cisco and Honeywell Partner to Eliminate Digital Disruption Roadblocks
Honeywell teamed with Cisco to bring to market the Honeywell OneWireless Network that delivers the only wireless network needed for non-carpeted areas, such as factories, plants, mines and production facilities.
Intelligent Connectivity is Changing the Way Utility Operations and IT Work Together
As we enter into a new decade, technology is shaping our future faster than ever. Everything is becoming connected and managed by an app on your smartphone, tablet or laptop. Utilities are no different. Consumers expect more from their utility than ever before – including detailed information on consumption rates, leak detection, outage information and […]
Securely Connecting IT and OT at Rockwell Automation Fair 2019
At this year's event, we are showcasing the incredible use cases and applications of Cisco and Rockwell technologies coming together by connecting IT and OT to securely and intelligently connect operational and business systems for end-to-end visibility.
Honeywell and Cisco unite for Building Technology Day
Cisco and Honeywell hosted 78 customers in Madrid to discuss the future of Digital Buildings, sharing how Cisco and Honeywell collaborate to maximize the value customers receive from their buildings.
Active Network Delivers Environmental and Business Outcomes for IoT and Cities
Visit our Itron and Cisco partnership page. Connected things are proliferating in cities (1.6 billion in 2016) and utilities (600 million...
Securing Communications Between the Distribution Line and the Control Center
As DistribuTECH kicks off, this is a great time to look more closely at how communications between distribution-line reclosers and a utility’s control center can work.