ABB, the leading power and automation technology group, announced today a partnership with GlobaLogix to provide a new SCADA Software-as-a-Service (SS) solution that is based on ABB s SCADAvantageTM product. The partnership is aimed at providing a robust and open SCADA service to reduce operation risks and maintenance burden, while also lowering upfront costs.
As the industry demands more security and reliability from SCADA systems, the architecture and maintenance of a system has become increasingly important. Some of the largest and most robust SCADA installations have been compromised recently and continue to operate without adequate protection.
GlobaLogix has built a highly secure and redundant cloud-based infrastructure to host ABB s SCADA platform. …
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