We recently released the SEL-2731 Ethernet Switch. It is the world’s first OT switch that allows users to choose either RSTP-based control plane technology or OT SDN-based control plane technology and easily convert between them—giving users an easy migration path to SDN.
Learn how a utility fully automated OT SDN switch configuration at a new substation.
OT SDN possesses the security controls described in proposed cybersecurity requirements for LANs operating in high- and medium-impact bulk electric systems.
In the latest SDN News release, SEL introduces the SEL-2741 Ethernet Switch to its operational technology (OT) software-defined networking (SDN) switch portfolio. This premium 19-inch, 1U rack-mount switch builds on the success of the SEL-2740S Software-Defined Network Switch.
The latest updates to the SEL-5056 Flow Controller allow you to import IEC 61850 and Real-Time Automation Controller (RTAC) connection services files for streamlined network communication configuration—saving time and resources and improving accuracy.
SEL recently released a new version of SEL-5056 Software-Defined Network Flow Controller, which includes improvements like traffic taps, cryptographically protected topology management, and better automated naming. New firmware for the SEL-2740S and SEL-2742S Software-Defined Network Switches is also available.
In the latest SDN news release, the SEL-5056 Software-Defined Network Flow Controller is now available as a no-cost application on the SEL Blueframe platform. SEL collaborates with industry leaders Juniper Networks and Dragos to release the Converged Industrial Edge (CIE). OT SDN also became certified on the U.S. Department of Defense Information Network (DoDIN) Approved Products List (APL).
SEL software-defined networking (SDN) products are now validated to Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS) 140-2 Level 1. New port modules and security configuration options make it easier to integrate SEL SDN solutions with existing equipment and security policies.