Matsushita Electric Works Ltd. adopts Solid for building/factory energy management system

February 13, 2002

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MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. -- Solid Information Technology, Corp., the innovator in delivering next-generation distributed data management software and an architecture that makes networks smarter, announced today that Matsushita Electric Works Ltd., has selected Solid FlowEngine™ for its building/factory energy management system. The Matsushita Electric Works announcement builds on Solid’s proven track record of providing distributed data management solutions with the recently announced Lonix design win and COBA project.Matsushita Electric Works Ltd., one of Japan’s leading manufacturers of buildings and factories, has adopted Solid FlowEngine in its cogeneration (i.e. using steam for both power generation and heating) remote monitoring system. Furthermore, Matsushita Electric Works will utilize the embedded FlowEngine into their other building management system products developed with its Micro Internet Technology.“We had previously been using a centralized solution to gather data from each one of the buildings/factories and a server located in the field,” said Mr. Masaichi Fukunaga, senior staff researcher of Systems Development Center, Information Equipment & Wiring Products Company, Matsushita Electric Works Ltd. “However, because managing the gathering of information from facilities in multiple locations takes time in its access process, and the centralized server system is periodically suspended for maintenance during long period of times during holidays, we needed a distributed data management solution which could offer virtually maintenance-free operations. Solid’s data management solution solved the issue.”Solid Information Technology Ltd.

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