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The Industrial Internet, Executive SummaryThe Industrial Internet: Technology for a Digital Enterprise TransformationThe Industrial Internet: Technology for a Digital Enterprise TransformationIndustrial Internet Strategic InitiativesScope of This StudyScope of This StudyIndustrial Internet: The 'Working Internet'Implementing the 'Industrial Internet Strategy'B2B Skip-Gen TechnologyB2B Skip-Gen TechnologyInternet on the Factory Floor: The Advent of Totally Integrated Manufacturing Systems (TIMS)Internet-Ready, Ready or NotRevolution in Run-Time SystemsEmbedded Web Server TechnologyConclusion: First Web-RiseConclusion: First Web-RiseThe Industrial Internet, The Manufacturer's InternetThe Industrial Internet Infrastructure: A Market Segment AnalysisIndustrial Internet Spending Tops $80 Billion by 2004Preparations for an Industrial Internet StrategyPreparations for an Industrial Internet StrategyBuilding Blocks for the Industrial Internet: ERP, SCM, CRM and MESLevel I: The Device & Control Level: Web-Enabled InterfaceLevel I: The Device & Control Level: Web-Enabled InterfaceThe Central Engineering Location (CEL)Reducing MTTR and DowntimeLevel II: Internet-Enabled Supply Chain ManagementLevel II: Internet-Enabled Supply Chain ManagementConstraint-Based Optimization TechnologyFortuitous Growth for SCMDefining The ERP/SCM DifferenceThe Global Industrial Internet-Enabled SCM Market: Areas of OpportunityThe Advent of ASPLevel III: The Enterprise Level: Enterprise Resources Planning (ERP) & Manufacturing Resources Planning (MRP)A Shift in Business FocusThe Internet/ERP InterfaceThe Internet/MRP InterfaceThe Move to Ethernet TCP/IP Level IV: Customer Resource Management: Sell/Buy B2B Internet SolutionsLevel IV: Customer Resource Management: Sell/Buy B2B Internet SolutionsThe "High Touch" Experience for the B2B E-Commerce EnvironmentPortal Sites for Surplus Inventory Trading: IBM & NetVendorLevel V: Web-Enabled Decision Support SystemsDecision Support SystemsDecision Support Strategies Where They Count: Interfacing Real Factory Floor DataThe Connectivity Issue: The Difference Between Make Believe and Real Factory DataLevel VI: Website Presence and Development ServicesLevel VI: Website Presence and Development ServicesCommunicating the New ProductivityThe Emergence of Industrial Internet Planning VendorsGovernment-to-Business E-Commerce SolutionsGovernment-to-Business E-Commerce SolutionsMarket Segmentation by Industry Leaders: A Shake-out in ERP and SCM MarketsAcquisition Moves Crate Shake-Out in ERPMajor Moves for ERP Segment Toward Industrial Internet StrategiesSAP, German ERP Market Leader Expands InfluenceTop Five ERP CompaniesJ.D. Edwards & Company Buys Access to SCMi2 Technologies and SAP Go Separate WaysSupply Chain Management Revenues Exceed $10 billion by 2003Supply Chain Management Revenues Exceed $10 billion by 2003SCM Rankings: Manugistics, Inc. Versus J.D. EdwardsBaan Company N.V. Is Bumped from Leadership PositionMarketplace Directions: The Internet-Enabling SCM Service ProviderMarketplace Directions: The Internet-Enabling SCM Service ProviderFurther Incursions into Internet-Enabled SCM MarketThe 100%.nets: A New Generation of Companies with Total E-InitiativesThe Industrial Internet, Industrial Internet: Opportunities, Challenges and StrategiesThe Search for Opportunities in a New Era of Internet-Enhanced Factory AutomationThe Search for Opportunities in a New Era of Internet-Enhanced Factory AutomationOpportunity #1: Totally Open Systems Operability: All Those in Favor Say "Yea"Opportunity #2: Strategic Assessment of the Plant Floor: Determining an 'Internet Strategy'Opportunity #3: Market Acceleration: Agility Provides the Competitive EdgeOpportunity #4: Total Value of Web-Enabled Factory Floor Environment Exceeds $5 Billion by 2006Opportunity #5: Business-to-Business Internet Connectivity Is White HotOpportunity #6: Internet-Enabled ProductsOpportunity #7: Product Strategies: Employing Unified Development EnvironmentsA Collaborative Engineering EnvironmentIndustrial Internet ChallengesIndustrial Internet ChallengesKey Market Drivers and RestraintsDrivers in the Industrial Internet EnvironmentRestraints in the Industrial Internet EnvironmentThe Demodularization of the Industrial Environment: Internet Nodes Replace Islands of AutomationI-PPA Technologies: Up & Down the NetThe Passing Age of the Modularly Structured CorporationIndustrial Internet Nodes: The Reunification of Planning and ControlInternet-Enabled Centralized ControlStrategies For Factory Floor Internet Initiative TechnologiesStrategies For Factory Floor Internet Initiative TechnologiesThe Private E-Channel: Strategic ArgumentsThe Growth of Manufacturing Management SystemsThe Growth of Manufacturing Management SystemsAdvent of Internet-Enabled Supply Chain Management (I-SCM)Ethernet Networking StrategiesEthernet Networking StrategiesIP/Ethernet Strategy: Embedded Web Server Technology Drilling-Down to the Machine of Interest: Fully Visible ConnectivityAttacking the Server Function from Two DirectionsJava for Industrial Automation StrategiesProprietary Strategies: A New Lease on Life for Legacy-Dependant UsersSAP: A Prime Mover in Industrial Internet StrategiesSAP: A Prime Mover inIndustrial Internet StrategiesSAP's First SCM Release: Plant Floor-Level Planning and SchedulingThe R/3 AdvantageSAP Leaps into Top Three SCM RankingsDefining a Competitive Future: A Collaborative ScenarioSAP 2.0/3.0 Releases: Internet Collaboration & Manufacturing LocationProduct Line Family Defines SCPASP: A Major Direction for SAPFrost & Sullivan's Market Engineering Industrial Internet Industry AwardsFrost & Sullivan's Market Engineering Industrial Internet Industry AwardsPurpose of the Frost & Sullivan Market Engineering AwardsThe 2000 Market Engineering Leadership AwardsThe Frost & Sullivan Market Leadership Award i2 Technologies Inc., Recipient of the Frost & Sullivan Market Leadership Award for the Industrial Internet Supply Chain Management Market SegmentThe Frost & Sullivan Technology Leadership AwardVsource Recipient of The Frost & Sullivan Industrial Internet Technology Leadership AwardThe Frost & Sullivan Industrial Internet Strategic Alliance AwardNetVendor, IBM and Close & Associates, Recipients of the Frost & Sullivan Strategic Alliance Award for the Industrial Internet Supply Chain Management Market SegmentThe Industrial Internet, Overview: History and Technological Advances in the Industrially Applied InternetTapping the Power of the InternetTapping the Power of the InternetUnderstanding the OSI ModelUnderstanding the OSI ModelThe TCP/IP Protocol Suite: Envisioning the HierarchyThe TCP/IP Protocol Suite: Envisioning the HierarchyBuilding a Fully Functional Network ArchitectureBuilding a Fully Functional Network ArchitectureAn Internet-Ready Software Industry: Net-Ready Productivity ToolsAn Internet-Ready Software Industry: Net-Ready Productivity ToolsConnect to the Internet Without a PCRemote Monitoring: Web-Adapter By-Passes Proprietary RestraintsThe Procidia Internet Control System (ICS)From Laptop to Factory: The Industrial Internet ConnectionFrom Laptop to Factory: The Industrial Internet ConnectionPanduit Network Connectivity GroupStructured Cabling Systems for Industrial Ethernet/Internet/Intranet: Connectivity, The Last FrontierStructured Cabling Systems for Industrial Ethernet/Internet/Intranet: Connectivity, The Last FrontierThe Migration of Front-End Enterprise Passive Connectivity Products into the Industrial EnvironmentThe Migration of Front-End Enterprise Passive Connectivity Products into the Industrial EnvironmentDeveloping Products for Industrial Internet Cabling ConnectivityFuture-Proofing the Manufacturing Environment Network TypologyInternet History: Connectivity over TimeInternet History: Connectivity over TimeAccessing Real Time Control Platforms: A View on the Factory FloorAccessing Real Time Control Platforms: A View on the Factory FloorThe Death of the Proprietary Field BusIT/IS and Internet Technological Advances in Asia: A Promising Road AheadIT/IS and Internet Technological Advances in Asia: A Promising Road AheadGlossary of TermsGlossary of TermsThe Industrial Internet, Factory Internet Security Technologies and SolutionsOn-Line Security: The Search for LegitimacyOn-Line Security: The Search for LegitimacyThe B2B Security 'Certificate' ConceptThe B2B Security 'Certificate' ConceptBootstrapping the Security ProcessBootstrapping the Security ProcessMajor Security Points to ConsiderMajor Security Points to ConsiderPublic-Key Infrastructure (PKI): Securing Mission-Critical InformationPublic-Key Infrastructure (PKI): Securing Mission-Critical InformationTransparency Creates Security Concerns: $250,000 to $1 Million Per Incident of Security BreachTransparency Creates Security Concerns: $250,000 to $1 Million Per Incident of Security BreachSecurity Service Provider CompaniesSecurity Service Provider CompaniesSecurity Verification & Penetrating Testing (SVPT)Security Verification & Penetrating Testing (SVPT)Securing Company Barter TransactionsSecuring Company Barter TransactionsLogin Security CustomizationLogin Security CustomizationMicrosoft Defense for Server 4.0Microsoft Defense for Server 4.0CERT Coordination Center: Internet Security Incident ResponseCERT Coordination Center: Internet Security Incident ResponseThe Industrial Internet, The New 'Vortals' and the Internet-Enabled E-Procurement SegmentThe New Vortal ManagementThe New Vortal ManagementThe CTO: Chief Technical Officer Offers New LeadershipVortals: Hubs for a Global Anonymous MarketVortals: Hubs for a Global Anonymous MarketIntegrative Transaction SupportXML: At the Heart of Vortal ManagementVertical Portal Supply Chain Software: A Structural ProfileVertical Portal Supply Chain Software: A Structural ProfilePartnership Profile Application On-LinePartnership Profile Application On-LineWeb-Based Commerce: Driving the Expansion of MarketsWeb-Based Commerce: Driving the Expansion of MarketsEfficient Vortal Operations: People as the Final ObstacleVirtual Service Providers: Pure-Play Internet-Based ApplicationsThe Advent of Application Service Provisioning: The New ModelPromising E-Procurement, Application Service ProvidersPlant Maintenance Systems MarketASP Segment Revenues: ISVs May Loose OutE-Procurement 'Skip-Gen' TechnologyE-Procurement 'Skip-Gen' TechnologyIndustrial Internet-Related AssociationsOpen Applications Group, Inc.The OAGIS: DTD Files for XML




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