MYNAH Technologies is a leading supplier of dynamic process simulation and industrial Ethernet solutions. MYNAH's products like MiMiC Simulation Software provide cost-effective, highest-performance for process companies worldwide. MYNAH Technologies was formed from the product development team of Munger Company, Inc. This team developed the first simulation software application for Fisher Controls PROVOX Distributed Control System in 1985.
MYNAH’s products have been recognized for their innovation and capability with their Editor’s choice awards. ARC has recognized the capabilities of MiMiC Simulation Software for saving process companies time and money on automation projects. MYNAH’s products are sold and used in 52 countries worldwide in the chemical, refining, energy production, life sciences, pulp and paper, food, and mining industries.
Device/Component ManufacturerDynamic Process Simulation, industrial Ethernet systems
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