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PCN is an award-winning technology company transforming Automation & Control infrastructure enabling rapid installation & deployment of Industrial Internet networks.Our open standard "infrastructure transformation" products are easily deployed within critical Industrial Automation & Control infrastructure, require no configuration and simply drop-in using existing & active in-place wiring and topology to simultaneously access and transport both high-bandwidth Industrial Ethernet data along with low bandwidth device and sensor level serial data.Customers utilize the paid-for infrastructure already in place as the backbone to deploy future-proof Ethernet networks as if CAT 5 wiring were everywhere. Customers keep legacy/proprietary serial networks functional on the same wiring as needed in order to migrate & upgrade to Industrial Ethernet networks.PCN enabled infrastructure enables a secure & reliable backbone for cloud connectivity, convergence of wireline and wireless IP devices and en

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PCN is an award-winning technology company transforming Automation & Control infrastructure enabling rapid installation & deployment of Industrial Internet networks.Our open standard "infrastructure transformation" products are easily deployed within critical Industrial Automation & Control infrastructure, require no configuration and simply drop-in using existing & active in-place wiring and topology to simultaneously access and transport both high-bandwidth Industrial Ethernet data along with low bandwidth device and sensor level serial data.Customers utilize the paid-for infrastructure already in place as the backbone to deploy future-proof Ethernet networks as if CAT 5 wiring were everywhere. Customers keep legacy/proprietary serial networks functional on the same wiring as needed in order to migrate & upgrade to Industrial Ethernet networks.PCN enabled infrastructure enables a secure & reliable backbone for cloud connectivity, convergence of wireline and wireless IP devices and en

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