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Invensys adds PAS to IOM Ecosystem #PAuto

Here's another press release from the Invensys 2009 North America Client Conference:

What do Asset Management and NASCAR have in Common? AvantisPRO 5.0

Yes, I said AvantisPRO 5.0. This is the latest version of the powerful asset management software suite that is a core product of Invensys Operations Management. It isn't quite out yet, but it will get its formal release at the Invensys user group meeting September 21.

Wurldtech certifies 15th device using Achilles

With over 48 devices and 500+ vulnerabilities in their Delphi Database, Wurldtech is making considerable inroads on the devices with their 15th certified device. At what point does this make Achilles a de-facto standard? I think we've clearly reached that point.

And still another win for Wurldtech-- Invensys becomes the 14th vendor to use Achilles

It appears to be a big few days for Wurldtech. Yesterday, HIMA declared itself the 13th vendor to standardize on the Achilles platform for security testing during and throughout the product development lifecycle. Today it is Invensys.

Bhattacharya Resurrects Invensys-- Invensys Operations Management

Invensys figures it out—Sudipta Bhattacharya on the new ecosystem of Invensys Operations Management

Invensys shares the knowledge-- endows Chair in Kazakhstan!

Invensys endows Chair in Information Technologies in Kazakhstan. Here's the release:

Petrobras adds IPS to the list...gotcha covered!

Between ABB's frame agreement to upgrade all of Petrobras' control systems, and this new agreement between Petrobras and IPS for safety systems and asset management systems, Petrobras is pretty well covered for upgrades to their refineries and oil platforms. When Petrobras is finished with these upgrades, watch out! They'll...

Good news may quash some Invensys rumors

An article published in the Attleboro, Mass., Sun-Chronicle Online for 3/18/2009 says: "A reinvigorated nuclear power industry, long stagnant in the United States, is expected to provide a major lift to Texas-based Invensys Process Systems and bring additional jobs to the company's plant in Foxboro, corporate officials say."