Integration Objects OPC UA Latest Release: OPC UA IoT Broker a reliable and secure OPC UA to Microsoft Azure IoT Hub solution

October 30, 2018

Houston, TX: Integration Objects has unveiled its unique solution, empowering engineers and system integrators with an easy made OPC data transfer to the Cloud with built-in support for Microsoft Azure IoT Hub.

In the age of industry 4.0, manufacturers and process industries are seeking for a solution to digitally transform their assets. The top priority is how to connect their factories to the cloud and optimize their production to meet the customer high expectations.

“OPC UA IoT Broker greatly improves connectivity, efficiency, scalability, time savings, and cost savings for industrial organizations. Using the OPC UA standard with built-in support of Microsoft Azure Iot Hub, it creates a bridge between the people and systems on the plant floor with those at the enterprise level,” said Samy Achour, CEO of Integration Objects. “This allows enterprises to get full and accurate view of how their business is doing, which will help them to make better decision.”

This is a solution for enabling device-to-cloud reliable and secure communications. It includes interfaces for:

  • OPC UA connection management.
  • Microsoft’s Azure IoT Hub Agent management.
  • OPC UA to Microsoft’s Azure IoT Hub mapping management.
  • Simultaneous connections to multiple OPC UA servers.
  • Secure transfer of real-time data, alarms and conditions.
  • Support of MQTT, AMQP and HTTPS transport protocols.

It is suitable for all-in-one small-to-medium-scale deployments, or for connecting large installations to the cloud

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Integration Objects is a world-leading digital company for industry 4.0 advanced solutions in machine learning and predictive analytics, integrated command & control centers, operational intelligence, industrial internet of things (IIoT), and cyber security and Big Data Analytics, process for the power and utilities industries, defense and governmental institutions. For more information, visit

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