January 2000

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HP Impact: HPImpact: Pilot plants to demonstrate HSE technology

Field demonstrations of the Fieldbus Foundation's High Speed Ethernet (HSE) technology are scheduled at pilot plants located at Lee College in Baytown, Texas, and Singapore Polytechnic in Singapore. T..

Weirauch, Wendy, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

Field demonstrations of the Fieldbus Foundation's High Speed Ethernet (HSE) technology are scheduled at pilot plants located at Lee College in Baytown, Texas, and Singapore Polytechnic in Singapore. These organizations, in partnership with controls and instrumentation suppliers, are expanding their pilot plants to duplicate the working environment of personnel involved in the technical aspects of daily plant design, construction, operations and maintenance. The field demonstrations are the latest milestones in the Fieldbus Foundation's HSE development program. HSE is claimed to meet the worldwide end-user demand for a cost-effective, high-speed, plantwide backbone for industrial and

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