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MediaService Digital Industries Newsroom

The MediaService Digital Industries: a publication designed to bring you the latest and most interesting news and features on all kinds of industry-related features under the topic headings Automation Technology, Industrial Software, Communications and Services as also Market-Specific Solutions (e.g. Automotive, Aerospace, Chemicals, Food and Beverages, Pharmaceuticals, Machine Building).
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Remote access – secure and efficient – Version 2.1 extends scope of functions of management platform for remote networks

11. November 2019
Remote access – secure and efficient: Version 2.1 extends scope of functions of management platform for remote networks

Siemens is offering a new version for Sinema Remote Connect, the management platform for remote networks. With V 2.1, secured remote access to machines and plants with central user management and central logging is now supported. Security-relevant activities can be logged and transferred easily to higher-level systems. In addition, the new version features a connection to a User Management Component (UMC) system, which offers central user management and connection to Active Directory. This increases transparency and ensures convenient management of assigned access rights. With V 2.1, users benefit from particularly efficient remote access, easy and secure user management and reliable transmission of activities.
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Running Edge Computing applications in harsh environments

08. November 2019
Running Edge Computing applications in harsh environments – New application processing engine integrates edge computing seamlessly into industrial networks

Siemens is extending its Industrial Edge system to networks in harsh environments with the newly launched Ruggedcom APE1808. This utility-grade application processing engine is based on Intel Quad Core x86_64 architecture with an eight gigabyte Random Access Memory (RAM) and 64 gigabyte hard disk storage and plugs directly into select devices of the Ruggedcom RX1500 multi-service platform. With a display port video connector, micro SD (Standard Definition) card port, two USB (Universal Serial Bus) 3.0 ports and two gigabit Ethernet ports, the Ruggedcom APE1808 can support extended operating characteristics. 
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Reliable beer production

06. November 2019
Reliable beer production – High-performance network technology from Siemens ensures failsafe communication

The Badische Staatsbrauerei Rothaus AG (Rothaus) has been brewing beer in the Black Forest since 1791. In order to remain fit for the future, this traditional company knows that a reliable production network is essential. This includes redundant ring structures, high data transmission rates and protected access. To achieve this ultra-modern form of communication, Rothaus has worked closely with Siemens and HWI IT. The jointly developed concept was implemented during operation and supports the digital transformation of the brewery. Rothaus now benefits from a fast, access-protected, failsafe, and highly available production network, which is open for future developments and expansions. 
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