Siemens S7 200 Password Crack
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S7 stands for Solution Products and Services Limited (1). S7 is part of the S7 Group, which manufactures and supplies energy, banking and financial equipment. The acquisition of REC-Cert allowed VTI to expand the range of automation systems, relay protection and automation equipment offered, as well as to obtain additional technological sales channels.
The basis of S7’s activities is the implementation of a full range of integrated solutions in the field of control systems for distributed multi-branch information systems. To organize a comprehensive solution, the company attracts partners with whom it successfully implements the entire cycle of design and implementation – from the preparation of technical specifications to subsequent maintenance.
In the company’s key business – integrated solutions for managing distributed information networks – work is carried out under the S7Center brand. The main functions implemented under this branding are the optimization of settings and control of the operation of the system operator software, monitoring and analysis of incidents, including:
management of privileged connections to a distributed infrastructure;
management and monitoring of traffic in the local network;
monitoring and managing the operation of switches and routers;
control and management of access to the global network.
To automate the partner’s activities, S7 chooses the best of what is on the market, namely:
ready-made systems in the Microsoft Windows environment, including Office Communicator;
budget complexes without restrictions on the number of jobs.
Among the partners of S7 are many domestic and foreign industrial and energy enterprises. The company has been cooperating with many of them since 1992 and is cooperating on a permanent basis. At the moment, S7 has implemented about two thousand projects in Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Estonia.
S 7’s largest customers are Gazprom Neft, IDGC of Siberia, Tatneft, Modern Machinery Eurasia, Alfa-Bank, Gazprombank, Rosbank, Promsvyazbank, S7 Bank, as well as other large industrial enterprises.