Smart Metering Operations Suite Optimized for Speed and Reliability
on Oracle Exadata Database Machine
GE’s SMOS provides a set of software tools to manage and operate a utility’s smart meter estate. Offering customers a completely scalable solution, GE’s SMOS solution is designed to deliver the functionality required to communicate with, operate and manage a utility’s smart meter network, making it an integral part of a grid management solution. In addition, GE’s SMOS software solution is future flexible, allowing for easy updates and upgrades. It provides back-office integration functions that can deliver data from across the network to operational core systems such as outage management systems and other applications. SMOS is part of GE’s comprehensive advanced metering infrastructure solution, which includes smart meters, communication solutions and software applications.
Running on Oracle Exadata, GE’s SMOS can process data from 100 million smart meters in less than 100 minutes1. SMOS is based on Oracle Database and utilizes many of the advanced features of Oracle Exadata to deliver a robust and resilient operational solution. GE’s SMOS running on Oracle Exadata offers functionality, scalability, performance, extensibility and is a core part of the company’s advanced metering infrastructure offering.
Achieving the Oracle Exadata Optimized status enables GE to offer an integrated and performance-optimized hardware and software solution capable of meeting today’s advanced metering challenges. To achieve Oracle Exadata Optimized status, GE’s SMOS had to complete Oracle’s rigorous testing program.
“Oracle Exastack Optimized recognizes partners who have optimized their solutions on a complete, integrated and cloud-ready infrastructure in order to help them accelerate innovation, unlock new features and functionality and deliver superior value to users,” said
Oracle Exadata Optimized is part of the Oracle Exastack Optimized program, which allows partners, such as GE, to utilize OPN enablement resources and dedicated lab environments to help develop, test and tune their applications on Oracle Exadata.
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