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Lower Industrial Protocol Costs: Solution BriefIndustrial applications require performance and precision for high-speed, predictable timing of events. For example, a robot arm must be in exactly the right place at exactly the right time to perform an operation on a manufacturing line, and the control system that robot is connected to must be able to process data fast enough to accurately control the overall process.Industrial protocols such as POWERLINK* deliver high predictability, but increasing demands for predictability and performance tend to drive up the cost of the underlying hardware. Typical off-the-shelf Ethernet controllers, even when used in a real-time OS, are not capable of the levels of predictability (low jitter) required for demanding industrial applications, and as a result, expensive FPGA-based solutions are typically used. The Intel® Ethernet Controller I210 stands apart from other off-the-shelf Ethernet controllers, delivering both high performance and high predictability while lowering the implementation cost for even more highly demanding usages of POWERLINK.Read the full Lower Industrial Protocol Costs Solution Brief.
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