There's a growing demand for many different types of software in the modern factory. But not all of it is needed on a regular basis. For these programs, the on-demand business model is a real godsend.
This rental approach lets companies use packages they need on occasion without making the investment to buy and support them. "Customers like it, we're seeing more usage all the time," said Owen Tucker, SigmaQuest's marketing VP.
Whether companies so good they decide to buy it or find the software doesn't help, on demand provides a good testuing tool. And if it falls in between, on demand can be a good long term solution for staying up to date.
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We need to connect edge devices, not just to each other, but also to Ethernet networks and the cloud. The current incarnation of the Internet of Things uses wireless, fiber, copper, or cellular, and more connectivity and bandwidth to more and more devices.