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PRNewswire: Intrinsyc Unveils Vertical Market Application for Building, Factory & Office Automation

Sep 22, 2000, 22:09 (0 Talkback[s])

"Intrinsyc today unveiled a key vertical market application for building, factory and office automation. The application enables customers to quickly and easily OPC-enable their Linux- based automation systems. OPC is a set of standard interfaces based upon Microsoft's OLE/COM technology that makes it possible to interoperate between automation applications, rugged field devices and business applications. Intrinsyc is an active member of the OPC Foundation (www.opcfoundation.org), whose membership list is a who's who of the automation industry, including ABB Automation, Bosch, Digital Electronics, Ford Motor Company, GE Fanuc, Hitachi, Microsoft, Mitsubishi, and Siemens AG. A number of the foundation members are also Intrinsyc customers or allies."

"Intrinsyc has responded to the strong demand from our customers to add Linux support to our OPC software solution," says Neil McDonnell, President and COO of Intrinsyc. "Intrinsyc deviceOPC for Linux provides more options for our customers in industrial automation and building automation, two of our key vertical markets."

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