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Austria-based TTTech, a supplier of networking solutions based on time-triggered technology and modular safety platforms, was awarded the WindMade certification label.

To be eligible for the label requires participating companies to obtain at least 25% of electricity from wind power. TTTech obtains 78% of its power demand from wind energy, notes WindMade.

Utilizing technology similar to that in aircraft and performance cars, TTTech delivers Ethernet solutions - designed to improve reliability and productivity of the next generation of wind turbines - to WindMade partner Vestas.


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