CHICAGO, Jan. 6 /PRNewswire/ -- InStep Software, LLC, a leading provider of real-time software products and solutions, announced today that Minnesota Power, a division of Duluth, Minn.-based ALLETE, Inc, has selected InStep's eDNA historian software to support their enterprise power delivery reporting, asset health monitoring and analysis needs.
The eDNA product suite will integrate with several critical power delivery systems and applications including their EMS, IT assets, and substation equipment. The software will be used to collect, store, display and report this information to a wide variety of users throughout the company. The software will be implemented in a redundant high availability configuration and will support secure access by users.
Minnesota Power's Tom Chambers says, "We look forward to working with InStep as we roll out the real-time historian which we expect will improve our visibility of Operation KPIs and assist engineers and technicians in performing condition based maintenance."
InStep Software President John Kalanik says, "We continue to provide our software products and support to leading utilities throughout the world and are most pleased to be working with Minnesota Power."
About Minnesota Power
Minnesota Power, a division of ALLETE, provides electricity in a 26,000-square-mile electric service territory located in northeastern Minnesota. Minnesota Power supplies retail electric service to 141,000 customers and wholesale electric service to 16 municipalities. For more information, please visit http://www.mnpower.com.
About InStep Software, LLC
InStep Software, LLC is a leading provider of real-time performance management software and solutions for the utility, process, manufacturing, and telecommunications industries and government agencies. InStep extends the investment in modern control, monitoring and smart devices by collecting, storing, displaying, reporting, and analyzing the information provided by these systems. InStep's software products include eDNA (Enterprise Real-time Data Historian), EEM (Energy Management) and PRiSM (Online Equipment Condition Monitoring). For more information, please visit http://www.instepsoftware.com.
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