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China’s Kaifa joins with IBM and AMT-SYBEX to offer end-to-end service

China meter manufacturer Shenzhen Kaifa Technology (Kaifa), a subsidiary of Greatwall Technology, has partnered with IBM and UK software maker AMT-SYBEX to build an...

Smart grid India: IBM, Tetra Tech and EDMI involved in pilot...

India has at least 14 new smart grid pilot projects underway, according to India Smart Grid Forum’s latest bulletin. Tata Power Delhi Distribution is working...

IBM selects 3 African cities for Smarter Cities Challenge grants

IBM has named three African cities as winners of its Smarter Cities Challenge grant for 2014. IBM will send teams to Mombasa County in Kenya,...

IBM tests Enoro data platform that handles 10m meters

Energy data management software provider Enoro is lauding the performance results of its GENERIS platform, which was found to handle 10 million metering points...

Bangalore uses IBM system to monitor bulk flow meters

IBM is helping Indian water utility Bangalore Water Supply and Sewerage Board (BWSSB) to manage its complex water distribution system. BWSSB supplies water to nearly...

Tata Power Delhi Distribution selects IBM for smart grid deployment

New Delhi, India --- (METERING.COM) Tata Power Delhi Distribution has selected IBM for the design and delivery of its smart grid solution that will collect...

IBM to continue to operate Ontario’s meter data management and repository

[img:Przemek.thumbnail.jpg|Przemek Tomczak,
Director – Smart
Metering, Ontario
IESO]Markham, ON, Canada --- (METERING.COM) --- February13, 2013 - IBM, which developed and has been operating Ontario’s meter data management and repository (MDM/R) system, has been awarded a further 5-year contract by the Independent Electricity System Operator (IESO).

Oncor tackles big data challenge with IBM

[img:JoelA.thumbnail.jpg|Joel Austin,
VP and CIO,
Oncor]Armonk, NY and Dallas, TX, U.S.A. --- (METERING.COM) --- November 12, 2012 - Oncor’s big data project involving 15 minute data from its 3 million smart meters installed to date is showing benefits.

The project, implemented by IBM along with Ecologic Analytics and Landis+Gyr, integrates an advanced metering system with a sophisticated outage management system. The consolidated solution pushes relevant information to and from Oncor offices and customer's personal, interactive web portals.  

Smarter home collaboration from IBM and Vodafone

[img:scott_casual.thumbnail.jpg|Scott Stainken,
GM, IBM Tele-
Industry]Berlin, Germany --- (METERING.COM) --- September 4, 2012 - IBM and Vodafone have announced a collaboration to combine mobile communications and cloud computing for the remote management of 'smart home' appliances.

Machine-to-Machine (M2M) technology makes home appliances more intelligent by connecting them wirelessly to the internet. This enables them to feed useful data back to the service provider or manufacturer to achieve a better customer experience through new functionality and enhanced services.

Hydro One selects IBM and Telvent for smart grid project

[img:Rick-Stevens.thumbnail.jpg|Rick Stevens, VP
Asset Management,
Hydro One]Armonk, NY, U.S.A. and Toronto, ON, Canada --- (METERING.COM) --- March 30, 2012 - Ontario’s largest electricity distributor Hydro One has selected IBM and its business partner Telvent for its smart grid project.

The advanced distribution system (ADS) project will help the utility identify and assess equipment, test new delivery models for electricity, validate the costs and benefits anticipated with a new smart grid and recommend changes to cost effectively modernize Ontario's distribution system.

CPFL works with IBM to create a smarter energy network in...

[img:Brazil.thumbnail.jpg| ]São Paulo, Brazil --- (METERING.COM) --- June 30, 2011 - CPFL Energia Holdings, the largest privately owned energy provider in Brazil, has contracted IBM to assist in developing a smart grid strategy that drives operational efficiency and optimizes the communication network to improve customer service and workforce management.

IBM is assisting CPFL by providing consulting and assessment services to implement three of its SmartGrid projects on automatic meter data collection, meter data management, and an optimized communications network.

Intelligent metering software launched by IBM

[img:Net_0.jpg| ]Las Vegas, NV, U.S.A. --- (METERING.COM) --- March 2, 2011 - IBM has introduced an Intelligent Metering Network Management software package aimed at utilities to monitor and manage smart meter events, alarms and data, and overall to provide greater control and automation of the smart metering infrastructure.

The software taps data captured from smart meters – on service availability and assurance – and then correlates it according to policies to provide greater insight, thereby enable operational improvements. When data events fall outside the normal patterns, the software can automatically trigger customer service to create a work order or for staff to take the appropriate actions. By doing this, network faults can be detected and even prevented.

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