Valin's Edge Server

Our modular and flexible architecture is designed to provide users with a scalable platform that interfaces with a variety of devices, architectures and I/O devices that all have their own strengths in different scenarios. The solution is powerful enough to stand on its own for any scenario and flexible enough to connect into an existing infrastructure. We can provide a much greater peace of mind using three different types of security methods:
  • A secure network while still using an existing infrastructure by way of a highly secure technology leveraging a Virtual Private Network (VPN)
  • The secure protocol OPC UA designed for securing data communications.
  • A network firewall device that segments the network securely.

Without Valin's Edge Server, Security Risks are Prevalent...


A company wanting to tip-toe into collecting new data can get Valin's Edge Server, select a type of remote input/output module and easily implement it with just a couple of sensors. Valin’s team can pre-configure the system and expansion nodes to make implementation easier for the company.  As the company’s confidence and interest grows, they can easily add onto it modularly.  They will be able to graphically see the trends of the data, store it and retrieve it…even remotely!  Then, if they have an existing SCADA or MES system, they can serve the information up to that for even greater capabilities.

With Valin's Edge Server, Security, Flexibility and Modularity Prevail...


We Bring Information Technology and Operational Technology Together...

And Experiment with New Ideas..




Talk to one of our automation experts today at (855) 737-4716, or fill out our online form to learn more.



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