Russia’s ASE signs partnership deal with IBM

22 June 2016

Engineering Division of the state corporation Rosatom - ASE group of companies - and IBM have signed a partnership agreement in the field of integrated solutions for managing the operation of nuclear power plants on the basis of information platforms Multi-D and IBM Maximo. This agreement will complement technology platform IBM Maximo for Nuclear Power - a nuclear power plant information model created or the design phase and construction, the company noted. The main goal is to provide a digital collection and transmission of data from the phase of design and construction to the operation stage.

ASE Group of Companies was established as the engineering division of the Rosatom by combining the industry's leading design and engineering companies: JSC NIAEP, JSC Atomstroyexport, JSC AEP and JSC ATOMPROEKT. ASE is a world leader in nuclear engineering, accounting for more than 30% of the global NPP construction market with representative offices in 15 countries. In addition, the company is implementing projects to build facilities for the management of radioactive waste and used nuclear fuel, thermal energy facilities, as well as providing a full range of EPC services, EPC (M) and PMC services for any complex engineering projects.

IBM has been working in Russia and the CIS countries for more than 40 years. IBM is a leading provider of advanced solutions and services for customers from various fields, in particular, public sector, telecommunications, health care, finance and insurance, retail, oil and gas production. IBM has offices in several major cities in Russia as well as in Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan and Ukraine.



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