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Telvent GIT SA, a real-time IT solutions and information provider, has announced that Ontario-based electrical company Entegrus Powerlines has selected its Conductor Meter Data Management (MDM) solution to serve as the central repository for all operational data in the company's electrical distribution network. This is the inaugural production implementation of Telvent's Conductor MDM system.

According to Telvent, Conductor MDM provides Entegrus with a robust data storage, management and analysis solution to complement its advanced metering infrastructure. It will help strengthen the company's smart grid operations by improving meter data validation, estimation and editing, the company adds.

“Telvent has been a trusted partner for several years, and we are excited to expand our relationship by integrating the Conductor solution into our existing Telvent suite,” says Dan Charron, president of Entegrus. “This project is strategic to our on-going smart grid initiatives to provide more intelligent service to our customers.”




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