Metadigm Services upgrades meter practice for Tantalus, Sensus, Landis+Gyr, GE

Metadigm's Covington plant, for example, is upgrading its infrastructure to take on large meter retrofit and upgrade projects in the coming months

Atlanta, May 15, 2012 — Metadigm Services, a utility services company specializing in Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) services to utilities, announces renewed investment in its popular meter reprogramming practice, previously known as Meter Lab Services.

Metadigm's Covington plant, for example, is upgrading its infrastructure to take on large meter retrofit and upgrade projects in the coming months. Details include upgrading its meter recycling program, which handles 50,000 meters a month, and also upgrading over 60,000 square feet of racked warehouse space.

In addition to the racks, warehouse and recycling program upgrades, the company is investing in new hardware and systems that streamline over-the air firmware updates, meter accuracy testing, and custom variable programming. Metadigm plans similar upgrades for their Midwest and Southwest meter reprogramming facilities, which are similar to the Covington plant and support utilities across the country.

Metadigm Services can now take meter upgrade projects from just a few hundred meters to a few million meters at a time. The growing company also plans to expand meter reprogramming services in the West and Canada in the near future, according to CEO Robert Shively.

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