by Jared Weiner, with Chris Rommel, January 2021
Inside This Report
Industry 4.0 makes it possible for industrial organizations to dramatically increase profitability by realizing unprecedented levels of production efficiency and flexibility, supply chain control, and worker safety. To attain these goals, however, operators must have secure, timely access to data that is accurate, relevant, and usable. Industrial networking infrastructure components are critical in enabling today’s intensifying connectivity requirements, and are vital to any effort to increase not only visibility and connectivity on the factory floor, but also the financial performance of the entire industrial enterprise.
Vendors Listed In This Report
ADVA Optical Networking, Advantech, Amphenol, B&B Electronics, Belden, Black Box, CalAmp, Cisco Systems, Contemporary Contol Systems, Data-Linc Group, Dell, Digi International, ELPRO Technologies, Emerson, ERNI Electronics, ESTeem, Extreme Networks, FreeWave Technologies, Funkwerk, HARTING Technology Group, Hewlett Packard, HMS Networks, Huawei, Japan Aviation Electronics, Korenix Technology, Laird Connectivity, Lantronix, Leoni Special Cables, LUTZE Inc., Microhard, MICROSENS, Molex, Moxa, Nearson, Netgear, Nokia, OTEK Corporation, Panduit, PCTEL, Pepperl+Fuchs, Perle Systems, Phoenix Contact, ProSoft Technology, PTC, RAD Data Communications, Red Lion Controls, Rockwell Automation, Schneider Electric, Siemens, Softing AG, TC Communications, TE Connectivity, Teledesign Systems, Turck, USRobotics, Westermo