REPLACE YOUR NI FIELDPOINT!
Is your system running on older hardware or operating systems? Cyth has extensive experience helping clients to update their hardware and software.
National Instruments (NI) will cease technical support for FieldPoint and will no longer sell replacement FieldPoint units. Though it seems daunting and tedious, by anticipating an inevitable product EOL you can flawlessly introduce your code into a brand new system with little interruption with the help of Cyth.
NI FieldPoint End-Of-Life
National Instruments (NI) is phasing out their Compact FieldPoint platform, meaning they will cease technical support and will no longer sell replacement FieldPoint units. Though it seems daunting and tedious, by anticipating an inevitable product EOL you can flawlessly migrate your code on to a new platform with little to no interruption.
The FieldPoint replacement options provide by NI are not only newer and contain better technology, but they are also much more customizable and capable of more. NI created the cDAQ and cRIO to be FieldPoint’s superior replacements. Each platform has its own strengths and purpose, but it can be challenging to decide with hardware will work best for your system.
National Instruments cDAQ
National Instruments cRIO
We'll Make It Easy for You
Here at Cyth we are experts in both the cDAQ and cRIO, but also have years of experience in LabVIEW as well. We can advise you on which platform will serve you best, and we can migrate your code while we’re at it too. Whether you need your code upgraded to a new version of LabVIEW or you need the architecture of your code completely redone, we are your go-to source for support as you tackle these challenging demands.
What You'll Get
This is your chance to invest in upgrading your hardware and software before it’s too late.
1. Less Money – the future costs to update and adjust new hardware will be less costly
2. Less Risk – the chance an older hardware platform will fail is high. Newer hardware is safer and more reliable
3. Less Time – new hardware means more resources for help, instead of trying to troubleshoot with support from NI