CURRENT understands the importance of creating smart and effective partnerships to deliver industry leading solutions. Collaboration and coordination with partners is critical to the success of ground-breaking Smart Grid projects. It is because of our constant effort to provide the best set of high value solutions to our customers that we seek partnerships with companies that offer industry leadership, innovative technology and skills.
Landis+Gyr and CURRENT have joined efforts to deliver standards-based Smart Grid solutions by integrating CURRENT’s PRIME technology into the Landis+Gyr Gridstream advanced product line. Together with CURRENT Landis+Gyr will build a PRIME interoperable path, which will support utilities – either directly or in stages – in implementing the Smart Grid.
Novabase and CURRENT will leverage their core capabilities to deliver joint Smart Grid solutions to Portugal. Novabase will provide professional services including integration and value-added offerings associated with Distribution Smart Grid along with advanced IT security consulting services to help electric utilities identify and mitigate risks to assets, including infrastructure as well as data, applications, IT systems and networks.
Cable&Wireless Worldwide and CURRENT are partnering to develop integrated Smart Grid and smart metering solutions to help utility companies achieve the goals of the UK Government’s Low Carbon Economy and National Smart Metering program.
S&C and CURRENT are partnering together to deliver Volt/VAR (IVVC) solutions to utilities throughout North America. CURRENT is focused on enabling S&C’s Volt/VAR solutions to gain access to critical grid information through its industry leading sensing solutions which provide critical power characteristics.
CURRENT and Verizon will leverage their core capabilities to deliver a joint Smart Grid solution. Verizon provides wireless and IP network services, managed network and security services, and advanced IT security consulting services.
AT&T and CURRENT are providing utilities with an integrated solution that includes the breadth of AT&T’s managed and network services, combined with AT&T’s mobile broadband network. Having an integrated solution helps utilities to streamline deployment and reduces equipment and maintenance costs.
CURRENT’s partnership with Oracle includes relying on Oracle’s databases and other underlying technology as a key part of CURRENT’s solutions. CURRENT is a Gold-level member of the Oracle Partner Network.
Flashnet and CURRENT have launched the first Eastern European Smart Grid test project in Brasov, Romania. The Smart Grid concept, developed internally by Flashnet, incorporates a two-way communications and data management system onto the existing power cables. This solution, which enables data transfer from anywhere on the network to the central management console, aims to increase the quality of the services, reduce network losses and provide a functional infrastructure for telemetry systems.