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Overview

Every day, management of the grid becomes more challenging. The distribution network is becoming progressively dynamic, complexity is increasing and the volume of data that utilities need to understand and integrate continues to grow.

GE’s DER-aware ADMS moves beyond the traditional bounds of SCADA, DMS and OMS and provides software for the safe and secure management and orchestration of the distribution grid. Our solutions deliver reliability, productivity, and efficiency through a modular architecture, adaptive algorithms, predictive analytics, and a brilliant user experience. GE’s ADMS software supports our customers’ journey towards predictive and autonomous operations, and an optimized distribution grid.

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GE ADMS is ranked 5th in Advanced Distribution Management Systems (ADMS) while Oracle Utilities Network Management System is ranked 10th in Advanced Distribution Management Systems (ADMS). GE ADMS is rated 0.0, while Oracle Utilities Network Management System is rated 0.0. On the other hand, GE ADMS is most compared with Siemens Spectrum Power Advanced Distribution Management System, whereas Oracle Utilities Network Management System is most compared with .

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