IT Briefs

CES International partners with Krohm

In an effort to accelerate delivery time on software projects, CES International, developer of operations management software for utilities, partnered with India-based Krohm Solutions, a utility-focused, software services company with offshore operations. Under the partnership, Krohm will provide CES International with dedicated, multi-site, around-the-clock software engineering and project implementation support. Krohm has offices in India and Atlanta, which allows the company to develop software nonstop in order to meet development deadlines.

Square D releases POWERLOGIC

Square D released POWERLOGIC Power Server, an unattended device to improve energy data collection and provide Web interface. The self-contained facility information server can provide local monitoring as a stand-alone system, as gateway connectivity as part of a corporate-wide system, or it can transfer data as a key component in an on-line enterprise system. In any capacity, the Power Server functions as a communication gateway, Web server and data concentrator connecting and displaying information for up to 64 monitoring devices in the POWERLOGIC system.

CL&P selects Powerweb

Powerweb Technologies contracted with the Connecticut Light and Power Co. (CL&P) to develop and deploy a low cost wireless thermostat which will be beneficial to both residential and small commercial customers. The new thermostats use Omni-Link technology and will enhance current demand-response products. Through this innovative technology, the thermostat will use both reliable two-way communication and affordable modem hardware.

RG&E selects Tangram

New York-based Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation (RG&E) selected Tangram Enterprise Solutions Inc.’s Enterprise Insight to optimize their ongoing lifecycle asset management program. Enterprise Insight will be a component in RG&E’s company-wide initiative to proactively track and manage software licenses, warranties, and maintenance contracts. Enterprise Insight, the market’s only fully Web-based asset management solution, tracks and manages IT assets throughout their lifecycles-from procurement through disposal.

COGNICASE and M3i join forces

In a move that will uplift and change the shape of solution provisioning for energy, telecommunications, and public security companies, COGNICASE signed a letter of intent to acquire M3i Systems Inc. from Hydro-Quebec. Once this transaction closes M3i will become a COGNICASE division. Hydro-Quebec will become a shareholder in COGNICASE. As part of the overall deal, COGNICASE and M3i will obtain a major services and development contract with Hydro-Quebec.

Enerwise acquires Datapult

Enerwise Global Technologies acquired Datapult LLC from American Electric Power Co. Inc. Datapult’s offerings complement and extend the Enerwise portfolio and provide additional products and services for a broader set of commercial and industrial (C&I) customers. The expanded Enerwise product portfolio includes Web-based applications that are used to collect and analyze energy usage information, monitor power quality and provide utility bill allocation and payment services.

Previous articleELP Volume 80 Issue 2
Next articleNuera wins contract with Grant County Public Utility District
The Clarion Energy Content Team is made up of editors from various publications, including POWERGRID International, Power Engineering, Renewable Energy World, Hydro Review, Smart Energy International, and Power Engineering International. Contact the content lead for this publication at

No posts to display