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Redundant Serial-to-Ethernet Data Connections for Mission-critical Devices

18 September 2008

The establishment of mission-critical device networks that connect front-line PLCs to an Ethernet-based management system depends most on one thing: Redundancy.

In this case, PLC failure is not the main concern. What worries most are the weakest, most vulnerable points in the system - the Ethernet connections themselves. To ensure robust fault tolerance, Ethernet network redundancy is the key.

Moxa now offers a whitepaper dealing with the questions what type of Ethernet redundancy is suitable for different device networks, and how to implement them.


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