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What is Your Legacy Problem?

 Open My Master is Crashing, and I Can't Get Support From the Vendor
My Master is Crashing, and I Can't Get Support From the Vendor

Replace Your Legacy Master With a Modern Master That Supports Your Existing Equipment.


My Remotes Are Dying, and I Can't Afford a Forklift Swapout

Gradually Migrate to Modern RTUs Without Killing Your Budget

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I Inherited Two Incompatible Systems, and They Don't Work Together
I Inherited Two Incompatible Systems, and They Don't Work Together

Consolidate All Your Monitoring on an Integrated Single-Platform System

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My Legacy Remotes Don't Work With My New Master

Mediate Legacy Systems to Your Preferred Master or MOM

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 Open My Legacy Master Doesn't Support the Advanced Functions I Need
My Legacy Master Doesn't Support the Advanced Functions I Need

Replace Your Legacy Master with a Modern Master and ...


My Legacy Master Doesn't Have Enough Ports, and Polling Is Slow and Unreliable

Replacing Your Legacy Master Dramatically Improves Polling Speed and Fault Tolerance

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I Need a New Monitoring Solution That Works With My Existing Data Network

Learn More About Legacy Support

Telemetry equipment represents a substantial investment often hundreds of thousands of dollars. Financial prudence dictates that network managers do everything they can to get the longest useful working life out of these units ...


Case Study: Dominion Combines Three Legacy Systems Into One

Nine months ago, Dominion had a problem with unsupported legacy equipment. The Virginia-based energy giant operates an extensive internal communications network, and it was monitored by several different systems, all of which were no longer supported by the original manufacturer.