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July 20, 2010

Oracle releases Utilities Network Management System 1.10.0

Provides operational framework to integrate smart switches SCADA systems on grid

By CBR Staff Writer

Oracle has released its Utilities Network Management System 1.10.0 with new smart grid and security enhancements.

The company claimed that its new application provides the necessary operational framework to integrate more tightly with smart switches and supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) systems on the grid. This functionality helps utilities support self-healing operations to restore customers’ power automatically by diminishing sustained outages.

Oracle said that its new release provides more secure network connectivity, database transactions and user authentication. It also enables enhanced damage assessments (DA), expanded outage management alerts and advanced analytics for suggested switching and Volt/VAr optimisation.

Stephan Scholl, senior vice president and general manager of Oracle Utilities, said: "The new release takes Oracle Utilities Network Management System to the next level by building out critical features focused on reducing the duration of outages through self-healing capabilities and increasing customer satisfaction."

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