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Luxoft, a provider of application and product development services, has announced a new version of its demand management automation platform, DMFusion 2.0.

According to Luxoft, the software platform now enables small and midsize utility companies and smart grid solution vendors to confront the challenges of non-technical distribution losses and unbilled revenue and to improve grid management.

DMFusion comes with pre-designed workflows and built-in analytical modules that process big data streams quickly, the company adds.

“The new version allows utilities and smart grid solution vendors to quickly identify problems within a grid and take corrective actions,” says Michael Minkevich, vice president of technology services at Luxoft. “We are using state-of-the-art technologies, such as parallel computing, to deliver a near-real-time data analysis to support grid- management decisions, while our easy-to-use visualization module further simplifies the process.”



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