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Itron Inc. has issued a new release of Itron Enterprise Edition (IEE), the company's enterprise-wide data management solution for smart metering. The new release features high-volume processing capabilities and a reduced data-storage footprint designed to lower the total cost of ownership of meter data management (MDM) functionality.

IEE is pre-integrated with the Itron Analytics solutions so utilities can add Analytics modules such as energy diversion and transformer load management, enabling the creation of "actionable intelligence" from smart metering data, the company says. The new version of IEE supports Microsoft’s SQL Server 2012 database and Oracle 11g platforms, and includes Itron's SAP Meter Data Unification System (MDUS) module.

"Itron is taking the advancement of MDM and analytics to the next level by enabling utilities to quickly and easily create actionable intelligence from smart metering data," says Mark de Vere White, president, electricity, at Itron. "With this enterprise platform, utilities can derive greater value from their smart distribution investments."


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