First OPC Servers with "Certified" Logo

Feb. 18, 2008
Cyberlogic announces that its OPC Server Suites have received the first “Certified” logos from the OPC Foundation’s Independent Certification Test Lab in Europe.
Cyberlogic, a leading supplier of OPC software, recently announced the availability of the first OPC products carrying the OPC Foundation’s valuable “Certified” logo. These credentials were the first awarded by the new certification test lab now operating in Europe.According to the OPC Foundation’s website, the organization “has developed the OPC Certification Program to help OPC users reduce their systems integration costs when deploying OPC based systems.”  The “Certified” level of testing is provided by independent, OPC Foundation-sanctioned test labs. OPC vendors submit their products to the independent test labs for a range of tests that cover compliance and interoperability testing, load and performance testing, stress testing, white box testing, behavior testing, and environment and usability testing. Products are awarded the “Compliance Certified” status when all interfaces they support have passed all of the independent lab tests.The OPC Foundation website recommends that “OPC Users should look for OPC Client and OPC Server products that have passed ‘Compliance Certification’ Testing and display the ‘Certified’ logo.” The OPC Foundation product catalog makes it easy for OPC Users to find OPC Certified products. Each product listed has a Certification Test Status associated with each specification that it supports.First to receive the Certified logoCyberlogic, a charter member of the OPC Foundation based in Troy, Mich., is a leading independent supplier of OPC servers and industrial communication software with more than 100,000 copies shipped to 130 countries. The company is the first to receive the certified status from the OPC Foundation.Cyberlogic OPC Server Suites are integrated, all-in-one products. Their built-in reliability features allow the configuration of an unlimited number of redundant networks and redundant data sources. Cyberlogic’s OPC Servers include a Health Monitor that continuously verifies the operation of each network and data source, automatically switching to backups when there is a problem. The built-in unsolicited messaging feature allows the configuration of an unlimited number of nodes that can initiate unsolicited data transmission, eliminating the need for polling for data. All components of Cyberlogic OPC Server Suites are developed by Cyberlogic, and all required device drivers are integrated into the Suites. The products do not require any third party add-ons.Find out more about Cyberlogic OPC Server Suites at Find out more about OPC Foundation’s Certification Program at

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