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PoE edge switches available with internal 240V AC power supply 19 June 2009

GarrettCom Europe has launched the IPS42 power supply chassis integrated within the PES42P hardened Ethernet edge switch. A single PES42P can power up to four via Power over Ethernet (PoE) enabled devices from a single AC outlet, as well as a high-speed fibre media uplink to the control centre. ...

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Vibration proof connectivity 07 November 2008

GarrettCom Europe has introduced a solution for its 6KQ range of Ethernet switches to eliminate the possibility of cables coming loose in high vibration environments. A slotted bracket is simply attached to the 6KQ via one of its existing screw mounting points, allowing all cables to be held securely in place with standard cable ties....

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Iceland’s telecomms gets Ethernet upgrade 31 October 2008

Icelandic telecommunications infrastructure provider Mila has embarked on a project to establish an Ethernet network for control and management of the various transmission systems that it operates and maintains around Iceland. ...

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Enhanced 32 port switches 24 October 2008

GarrettCom Europe has introduced enhanced versions of its popular 6K32 series managed Ethernet switches, doubling the number of standard fibre and gigabit fibre ports, and offering the choice of either fan or convection cooling. User configurable with a maximum of 32 ports, the 6K32F and 6K32FC can provide up to 16 standard fibre ports or eight gigabit ports to meet the growing data and bandwidth requirements of demanding industrial applications....

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Ethernet products improve industrial safety 28 August 2008

Ethernet products are increasing in popularity, especially where their use can improve process safety They are finding particular applications in areas where conventional methods may not work. Mining is an industry where special controllers are needed to be both safe and rugged. ...

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Increased performance and availability at Irish distillers’ Midleton plant 27 August 2008

The Midleton distillery was opened in 1975 occupying a 45 hectare site, and is unique in that both Grain and Pot whiskeys are produced there. It is the special blends of these two whiskeys that give the unique character to all the whiskey brands of the Irish Distiller Group....

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Protection against threats to cyber security 27 August 2008

GarrettCom Europe has introduced Crossbow Secure Access Manager. Users can benefit from user-friendly access to plant floor, field and remote devices via PC-based client or web interface, whilst unauthorised attempts to access the network are securely locked out....

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Universal solution for plant networks 01 May 2008

Industrial Ethernet is the fastest growing industrial network choice but does it offer the single universal solution that is so often talked about. Against a background where there is increasing pressure on manufacturers in all sectors of industry to improve processes, reduce costs and boost productivity, Ethernet technology is being hailed as the key to achieving all these goals, and so boosting companies’ competitiveness on increasingly aggressive global markets. ...

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Ethernet goes underground 01 November 2007

With coal beginning to demonstrate clean credentials as an energy source, the UK’s mining industry is enjoying somewhat of a resurgence. Maintaining this momentum will depend on the industry’s ability to extract coal economically and safely. Ethernet technology may hold the key to both...