availability solution

Availability Solution Helps Securities Firm Meet Regulatory Requirements for Core Trading System

By | Blog / Post, Building Security, Fault Tolerance, Financial

Wanlian Securities Co., Ltd. is the first standardized securities firm in Guangdong province, China. Its business scope touches everything from securities brokerage, securities investment consulting, securities trading, and securities investment activities, to securities underwriting and sponsors, and proprietary trading in securities.

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Virtualized Applications

Major Gas Pipeline Company Boosts Safety, Reduces Costs

By | Blog / Post, Fault Tolerance, Industrial Automation, Oil & Gas Select

When it comes to utilities, we as consumers find interruptions to electricity, heat, water, and phone service as extremely disruptive and even dangerous. For utility providers, the impact of such outages also is severe when it comes to lost revenue, customer dissatisfaction, and liability risks. In the natural gas industry, downtime incidents can present even more dire consequences.

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Reducing Unplanned Downtime

A Modernized ICS Holds the Key to Reducing Unplanned Downtime

By | Blog / Post, Fault Tolerance, Industrial Automation, Manufacturing

Unplanned downtime has long been the nemesis of industrial operations. In recent years, we’ve seen tolerance for unplanned downtime get even lower. In fact, a recent survey by Stratus and the ARC Group reports that almost 40% of respondents said they could handle no more than 10 minutes of downtime per incident. More than 20% said they could not tolerate downtime at all.

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Fault-Tolerant HMI/SCADA

Putting Fault-Tolerant HMI/SCADA to the Test: 3 Industrial Examples

By | Blog / Post, Fault Tolerance, Fault Tolerant, Industrial Automation, Manufacturing

More and more, we’re seeing operations organizations virtualizing critical industrial automation (IA) applications such as Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) and human machine interface (HMI) historians. And whether virtualizing these systems or not, many companies choose to run their applications on fault-tolerant systems.

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