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February 22, 2009

Wonderware releases new versions of System Platform and InTouch HMI software

New .NET controls to provide flexible trending and alarm management capabilities

By CBR Staff Writer

Wonderware, a business unit of US-based Invensys, has released version 3.1 of Wonderware System Platform and version 10.1 of InTouch, featuring distributed SCADA, scalability and user productivity enhancements to the Wonderware core software platform and flagship visualization HMI interface offerings.

According to the company, Wonderware System Platform 3.1 offers significant benefits for users needing highly distributed, networked software services. In addition to scalability from 250 to an excess of one million I/O points, highly distributed applications can be optimized for peak performance over networks ranging in various sizes and speeds.

In addition to the major product functionality updates, Wonderware System Platform 3.1 reportedly extends the flexibility and configurability of the Wonderware Historian, offering more options to optimize storage for analysis of information from historical data.

Invensys said that InTouch 10.1 builds on the InTouch 10.0 software and delivers on increased operations productivity, with new features that have been requested by customers. New .NET controls provide flexible trending and alarm management capabilities. Enhancements in internationalization enable a single application to be created, and then reused by personnel in locales around the globe, the company added.

Keith Jones, marketing program manager for Wonderware human-machine interface/supervisory control and data acquisition (HMI/SCADA) products, said: Wonderware System Platform 3.1 and InTouch 10.1 together deliver the software functionality needed today by users in the geographically distributed SCADA application space.

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