Georgetown, Ontario (PRWEB) July 22, 2013
Cogent Real-Time Systems welcomes Wuhan CAE as the latest distributor of the Cogent DataHub®, DataHub WebView™, and other software products for China. Wuhan CAE was recently spun off from Shanghai BenGen Info Engineering Company to focus on software, electrical, and automation systems, and sees the Cogent DataHub as being a key tool for many projects.
"As the cost of labor increases in China, the demand for factory and process automation is growing quickly in this country," said Mr. Wang Changyong, General Manager for Wuhan CAE. "We see immediate value for the Cogent DataHub in providing convenient and robust data integration capabilities to a number of important industrial sectors."
"We are impressed with the strong technical background of the Wuhan CAE team," said Mr. Andrew Thomas, President of Cogent. "Their expertise in MES and PIMS projects will be welcome assets in helping customers realize the full value of the Cogent DataHub."
"Never in the academic or manufacturing environment have we come across such a versatile tool as the Cogent DataHub," said Dr. XiaoLong Zhang, Technical Director for Wuhan CAE. "It turns complicated integration challenges into easily configured systems, and gives our customers a way to easily get the most value out of their process data."
The Cogent DataHub provides quick, reliable, and secure access to valuable information direct from industrial processes or embedded systems. DataHub WebView is a Silverlight application that runs in a web browser, allowing users to access data from anywhere on the Internet. Used together, the two products support a new type of real-time infrastructure for industrial data integration and cloud computing.
Located in the city of Wuhan in central China, Wuhan CAE is a recently established subsidiary of Shanghai BenGen Info Engineering Co., Limited, that provides hardware, software and system integration services for central and eastern China. Wuhan CAE specializes in manufacturing execution systems (MES) and system integration for industrial and electrical automation projects.
Cogent Real-Time Systems Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Skkynet Cloud Systems, Inc. (“Skkynet”) (OTC.BB:SKKY). Founded in 1995, Cogent provides proven middleware products to enable real-time data integration and distribution for industrial, embedded, and financial systems. Customers include Siemens, ABB, Honeywell, IBM, GE, Statoil, Goodyear, BASF, Cadbury Chocolate, and the Bank of Canada.
Skkynet Cloud Systems, Inc. is a leading developer of software and related systems and facilities for collecting, processing and distributing real-time information over networks. This capability allows clients to both locally and remotely manage, supervise and control industrial processes, financial information systems, and embedded devices. Through Cogent’s web-based assets, DataHub® Webview™ enables data connectivity and visualization over the cloud, providing clients and their customers the necessary ability and tools to observe and interact with these processes and services in real time, empowering them to fully control their systems and analyze their data.
DataHub® and WebView™ are either registered trademarks or trademarks used under license by Cogent Real-Time Systems Inc. Silverlight® is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation. Other products and company names mentioned herein may be trademarks and/or service marks of their respective owners.
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