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ASE and Bureau Veritas to jointly develop digital platforms
Russia’s ASE, the engineering division of state nuclear corporation Rosatom, and France-based Bureau Veritas, a world leader in laboratory testing, inspection and certification...
Rosenergoatom to offer database and documentation support
Russian nuclear utility, Rosenergoatom (part of state nuclear corporation Rosatom) is offering a new business product to foreign markets providing a service for the formation of...
ASE Group of Companies and IBM Corporation have signed an Agreement on cooperation in the field of digital transformation development
Within the framework of the XXI St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF), ASE Group of Companies (Rosatom State Corporation Engineering Division) and IBM Corporation signed...
Bruce Power to use Rolls Royce digital technology
Rolls-Royce on 12 May announced the opening of its third Nuclear Services office in Canada at Port Elgin in Ontario as the focal point for implementation of its T-104 optimisation...
Capgemini to provide IT services for UK Wylfa Newydd NPP
Capgemini, the provider of consulting, technology and outsourcing services, has signed an agreement with the UK's Horizon Nuclear Power, which is planning to build the Wylfa Newydd NPP.
Russia's Rosenergoatom to build data centre
Nuclear utility Rosenergoatom is about to begin construction of Russia's largest data centre, with a capacity of up to 10,000 racks, according to plant director Mikhail Kanyshev.
Big data monitoring system for Shimane 2
After around three years of research, development and testing, NEC Corporation is to deliver a system for monitoring signs of malfunction in large-scale plants to Chugoku Electric...
Rolls-Royce to replace computers at Comanche Peak
Rolls-Royce has won a $13.7 million contract to replace the plant process computers (PPC) at Luminant's two-unit Comanche Peak Nuclear Power Plant in Texas.