Stockholm, SWEDEN, October 4th 2017 — DigitalRoute, the leading provider of Data Integration and Digital Transformation enablement solutions globally, has brought its Cloud-focused technology to European Utility Week in Amsterdam, October 3rd-5th. The technology has already been successfully tested for compatibility with a number of key Cloud Infrastructure Platforms and has been deployed by leading utilities.
DigitalRoute’s technology for Utilities serves as a multi-purpose integration platform encompassing a broad range of individual Use Cases in areas including both application and element enablement and performance optimization. As the transition to Cloud and Internet of Things (IoT)-based services gains pace, it is critical for Utilities to be able to rely on technologies that ensure a fluent and profitable transition to the new environments.
DigitalRoute’s Cloud-optimized technology plays a particularly critical role in the areas of Decisioning and Control, Monetization and Acquisition and Integration. Its near unlimited scalability provides the required support for often high volume, complex Cloud integrations and addresses the need for the real-time customer response and service innovation that hallmarks virtual services.
For many Utilities, legacy IT applications are unable to cope with new Cloud- and IoT-driven requirements. But DigitalRoute Cloud technology delivers real-time, high volume data processing abilities that enables service providers to optimize their assets for new business opportunities and establish new billing models that will attract new customers. It also helps companies to best leverage new operating technologies, providing the ideal route to Cloud-based services.
An equally important aspect of the Cloud transformation, DigitalRoute’s Cloud technology helps utilities to reuse rather than expensively replace legacy investments in data applications; either by the transformation of existing IT architecture or piece-by-piece rollout. This is achieved by consolidating multiple system outputs into one horizontal data layer supporting the evolution of new technologies in both business and network domains. The technology makes onboarding both new grid elements and innovative business models a straightforward and cost effective process.
DigitalRoute Head of Business Development, Utilities, Jonas Wejdin said: “Our reputation as the market leader in Data Integration and Digital Transformation enablement is both cemented and enhanced by our support for new Cloud- and IoT-based commercial landscapes. The virtualization of both grids and individual functions within those grids is becoming a core part of many Utilities long-term strategies and Cloud/IoT deployments generally are picking up pace. DigitalRoute technology allows the utility to be confident that they will be able to meet their data integration needs, regardless of the deployment environment.”
For more information contact:
Sancha Brody, Media & Analyst Relations
Phone: +44 (0)7376 366855