Xtensible Solutions, a subsidiary of Doble Engineering Company, will work with Oracle to develop an industry data warehouse and analytics solution to address the growing demand for utility real-time analytics. The solution will be formed using Xtensible’s MD3i Framework, utilizing on core Oracle technologies within Oracle Business Intelligence and Data Warehouse portfolios. via Oracle, Xtensible Continue reading →
Oracle recently announced it has entered into an agreement to acquire DataRaker, a provider of a cloud-based analytics platform that enables electric, gas and water utilities to leverage vast amounts of data to optimize operational efficiency and improve the customer experience. via Smart Grid: The next arms race: Oracle buys data analytics company DataRaker.
It’s been a huge week for awards – the Global Cleantech 100, the Frost & Sullivan Enabling Technology Award and Oracle partner awards among them – and to be sure smart grid companies are well represented in every case. We’ve also got project wins, some significant milestones and our very own Winning Idea of the Continue reading →
Fayetteville Public Works Commission, which provides electricity, water and wastewater services to about 110,000 customers in the city of Fayetteville, N.C. and surrounding areas within the county, selected a broad footprint of Oracle applications and technology solutions, along with Infosys implementation expertise, to improve customer service and support smart grid initiatives. via Fayetteville Public Works Continue reading →
Oracle announced general availability of its Big Data Appliance Tuesday. The integrated full rack of hardware and software is meant to work in concert with customers’ existing data warehousing solutions to store and analyze – for business intelligence purposes – new types of data that have become available only recently. …“In the utilities industry you Continue reading →
Companies building smart meters and the network infrastructure that allows them to communicate back to electric utilities generate most of the buzz around the emerging smart grid. But all that data sent from those smart meters has to be gathered, analyzed and acted upon by utilities, and therein lies a business opportunity for ambitious software Continue reading →
Pragmatic Approach Enables Utilities to Begin to Recognize Smart Grid Benefits Prior to Full Smart Grid Deployment WASHINGTON, May 19 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ — CS WEEK 2009 – News Facts * Oracle Utilities announced the introduction of Oracle’s smart grid software – an end-to-end software offering including mission-critical applications and back-end technology infrastructure. The products are designed Continue reading →