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The ISA100 Wireless Compliance Institute announced today that NEXCOM, a leader in intelligent systems, has joined the ISA100 Wireless Compliance Institute. NEXCOM is a global company headquartered in Taiwan with decades of experience delivering cutting-edge industrial computing solutions to the process automation industry. NEXCOM will be part of the ISA100 Wireless display at the eChemExpo Solutions Marketplace, which will take place tomorrow at the Meadowview Convention Center in Kingsport, Tennessee.

NEXCOM provides a broad range of industrial computing solutions for demanding industrial environments. Operations are organized into five Nexcom global businesses, including Multi-Media Solutions (MMS), Mobile Computing Solutions (MCS), Industrial Computing Solutions (ICS), Intelligent Digital Security (IDS) and Network and Communication Solutions (NCS).  This organizational approach enables NEXCOM to offer superior time-to-market, time-to-solution products and better service without compromising cost.

“NEXCOM is always seeking ways to improve support for its partners and customers through continuous innovation,” said Steve Chen, Nexcom Director. “Supporting ISA100 Wireless will help give our customers and partners the edge they need to stay competitive using industrial wireless communications.”

“NEXCOM develops cutting-edge solutions for its customers and demonstrates thought leadership in its industrial communication product offerings,” said Andre Ristaino, Managing Director, ISA100 Wireless Compliance Institute. “Nexcom displayed an impressive array of industrial communication products at Hannover Messe 2014, including an ISA100 Wireless gateway.”

About NEXCOM

Founded in 1992 and headquartered in Taipei, Taiwan, NEXCOM is committed to being your trustworthy partner in building the intelligent systems. To surpass customers’ expectations, NEXCOM makes the difference by utilizing its decades of industrial computing experience, a highly talented R&D team, and by providing exceptional levels of customer service. With these core strengths, NEXCOM has enabled its customers to win key projects in a diverse range of industries and for solutions which work on this principle.

About ISA100 Wireless

ISA100 Wireless (IEC 62734) is an international, industrial wireless networking standard engineered to serve the needs of process industries. With native IPv6 networking, ISA100 Wireless extends the Industrial Internet of Things (IIOT) to wireless.  End users can select ISA100 Wireless Compliant™ devices from a best-of-breed pool of suppliers with assurances of device interoperability. ISA100 Wireless enables automation engineers to quickly create, modify, optimize, and scale wireless networks that are open, interoperable, and reliable for their most critical applications. ISA100 Wireless is the first standard in the ISA100 family of open standards.

The ISA100 Wireless standard received ISA committee approval in 2011 and formal ANSI approval in January 2012.  Headed toward internationalization, ANSI/ISA-100.11a-2011 successfully completed the CD stage in the IEC standards process with unanimous approval of IEC 62734 CDV in October 2013.  ISA100 Wireless is the only IPv6LowPAN industrial protocol designed for industrial automation.

About the ISA100 Wireless Compliance Institute

The ISA100 Wireless Compliance Institute (ISA100 WCI) is a non-profit industry organization that provides users and developers with market awareness, educational information, technical support, and compliance testing for the ISA100 family of standards. ISA100 WCI provides real-world feedback from the deployment of ISA100 Wireless devices and systems to ISA Standards Committees, fostering rapid refinement to the standards.

More information about the ISA100 Wireless Compliance Institute can be found online at www.isa100wci.org.

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