Category: Industrial Networking

Video – Cybersecurity: Missed Opportunities when Implementing Industrial Control Systems

March 21, 2019

Grantek has released a new video. Cybersecurity: Missed Opportunities when Implementing Industrial Control Systems is now available by clicking here. This video features Chris Hamilton, Grantek’s Director of IT/OT and Cybersecurity. This video is the next installment of Thought Leadership in Cybersecurity and will cover the latest trends to secure your manufacturing operations. The video


Panduit Offers An IntraVUE Download for Grantek Customers

March 20, 2019

Panduit has just released an IntraVUE™ download specifically designed for Grantek customers. This tool will allow Grantek customers to better manage the links between their business and manufacturing automation systems. Click Here to Download (.exe File) Ethernet networks are the critical link between the manufacturing and automation systems and the business systems. With so many


Grantek Publishes Case Study on Network Audit, Design and Remediation Solutions

February 21, 2019

Grantek recently published a new case study on a Network Audit, Design and Remediation Solution for a large North American food manufacturer. Click Here to Read the Case Study Grantek’s Industrial Networking team is uniquely qualified to deliver these solutions, due to our extensive knowledge of controls automation. Grantek follows a well-defined process to ensure


Grantek Joins Panduit at Rockwell Automation’s Automation Fair 2018

October 31, 2018

Grantek is proud to join our partner Panduit at Automation Fair in Philadelphia, PA on November 14th and 15th. We will be at Booth 349 between 8-9am on the 14th, and between 1-2pm on the 15th. Please click here if you would like to set up a meeting with us during those times, or a time


Panduit and Grantek Win an Innovators Award for the Jointly Published Coal Generation Power Plant Case Study

September 12, 2018

Panduit and Grantek have been presented with an Innovators Award from Cabling Installation and Maintenance for the Coal Generation Power Plant Case Study that was published earlier in 2018. The judging panel consisted of cabling and communications system specifiers, designers, integrators and managers with vast professional experience. Grantek and Panduit were honored with a Platinum


Progiciels de gestion intégrés (PGI ou ERP)

September 5, 2018

Dans leur quête pour instaurer l’excellence opérationnelle dans l’ensemble de leur chaîne d’approvisionnement, les organisations ont investi énormément dans des progiciels de gestion intégrés (PGI ou ERP). Malheureusement, ces systèmes assurent rarement l’intégration des données de fabrication et, le plus souvent, ne possèdent pas les caractéristiques inhérentes qui leur permettraient d’offrir un bon système d’exécution


VIDEO: Grantek and Panduit on Cybersecurity – 3 Ways to Protect Manufacturing Operations from Malicious Foreign Threats

August 30, 2018

Grantek and Panduit present Complete Cybersecurity: 3 Ways to Go Beyond Compliance When Protecting Manufacturing Operations from Malicious Foreign Threats. Hear directly from Chris Hamilton, Grantek’s Director of Industrial IT/OT and Cybersecurity, and Jason Campbell, Panduit’s Industrial Automation Solutions Channel Account Manager. Presented by Grantek’s Director of Industrial IT/OT and Cybersecurity, this video is the next


Grantek and Panduit Release a Network Infrastructure Case Study

April 2, 2018

A coal generation power plant, at a major utility company, was looking to achieve better network visibility and security for its material handling buildings and upgrade their legacy PLC systems that were technologically outdated. Their industrial automation team was short staffed and did not have the bandwidth, expertise, or time to manage the project. Grantek


Windows Server 2003 – Still alive, but not well

August 11, 2017

By: Isaac Guevara, ICS Network Design Associate, Grantek Systems Integration On July 14, 2015 Microsoft officially ended support (or “End of Life” – EOL) for Windows Server 2003. This was said to be the “biggest security threat of 2015” Jamie Hinks, link. That means that since July 2015, any form of Microsoft support such as hotfixes, security patches,