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Survalent Technology, a provider of smart grid solutions, has commissioned a new advanced distribution management system (ADMS) for InDyne Inc. at Cape Canaveral Air Force Base in Florida.

InDyne is a full-service military, civilian and commercial operations company that offers management and execution services for space and test range operations, information technology, base operations and maintenance, engineering, laboratory/test operations, communications services, and integrated security systems.

According to Survalent, the ADMS features its highly available, open-architecture system based on Windows Server and includes several of the company's open system applications.

"Survalent has been successful in converting the legacy database and displays from the OSI system to the Survalent platform and in installing a large number of ADMS software applications on the existing hardware platform," says Mike Roth, Survalent's vice president of sales for the central U.S.


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