Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority awards $50 million contract for DCSI’s TWACS system

The original contract with DCSI for 700,000 residential integrated metering transponders (IMTs), 150 substations and supporting TWACS(r) Net Server host will be fulfilled by June 2001. Today’s contract calls for 650,000 additional two-way AMR transponders and 150 more substations to be installed between June 2001 and June 2004, thus completing the island-wide deployment of PREPA’s AMR program.

SAN DIEGO, Calif., Feb. 5, 2001–Compaq Computer Corp. servers run the systems that control two-thirds of the world’s electric power supply, according to a new study by the Newton-Evans Research Company.

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