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Moxa introduces all-in-one toolbox MXstudio for network management

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Leading industrial Ethernet solutions provider Moxa has launched its first network management software suite, MXstudio.

Designed to combine all the tools needed for installation, operation, maintenance and diagnostics, the MXstudio software suite includes Moxa’s well-known MXview network management software and two new tools, MXconfig mass configuration tool and N-Snap network snapshot tool for quick troubleshooting.

Ray Hsu, product manager for Moxa’s Industrial Ethernet Infrastructure division explains that industrial automation customers are investing more and more into network management software to maximise uptime for mission-critical systems. To-date, Moxa’s MXview network management software has been used to monitor about 70,000 nodes worldwide with quite a few success stories in large network applications, such as mining, intelligent transportation, oil and gas, and railways.

Based on these successes, Moxa is introducing an even more integrated version of its network management software that not only provides more powerful network monitoring and maintenance capabilities, but also makes mass device configuration and troubleshooting more efficient.

Designed to help automation engineers overcome challenges during the whole network lifecycle, MXstudio industrial network management suite includes: MXconfig industrial network configuration tool that reduces setup time for initial deployment; MXview industrial network management software that displays real-time network status information in an intuitive graphical interface; and N-Snap industrial network snapshot tool that serves as a standalone utility to collect and compare network data for quick troubleshooting.

Moxa MXstudio can be downloaded now to experience easy configuration, smart visualisation, and quick troubleshooting for all automation networks.

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