Siemens has launched a new digital grid services offering the company designed to help utility sector customers in the U.S. access digital operational environments through cloud and managed service systems.
The digital grid services platform offering comprises subscription-based software as a service grid management applications, managed services and cloud-hosted environments hosted in Siemens’ data centers, Siemens said Tuesday.
Mike Carlson, president of Siemens’ digital grid business, said the company intends to help utility and industrial customers work with a combination of software as a service and cloud-hosted environments with Siemens’ engineering and operations.
The offering complements Siemens’ existing grid portfolio that consists of microgrid software, outage management systems, smart meter system and grid and asset analytics system.
Siemens provides services in North America to help customers manage energy usage.