November 30, 2021
Reply announced today that its companies Data Reply, Sense Reply and Storm Reply have achieved Amazon Web Services (AWS) Energy Competency status. This designation recognizes that the three Reply companies have demonstrated deep expertise helping customers leverage AWS cloud technology to transform complex systems and accelerate the transition to a sustainable energy future.
Achieving the AWS Energy Competency differentiates Data Reply, Sense Reply, and Storm Reply as AWS Partners with deep expertise and technical proficiency within this unique industry, capable of developing solutions across the entire value chain.To receive the designation, AWS Partners undergo a rigorous technical validation process, including a customer reference audit. The AWS Energy Competency provides energy customers the ability to more easily select skilled Partners to help accelerate their digital transformations with confidence.
"We are very proud to achieve AWS Energy Competency designation which attests to the expertise and technical skills of our teams to support energy customers worldwide with dedicated solutions." said Filippo Rizzante, CTO Reply. "Thanks to our extensive experience in Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning, Quantum Computing, IoT, and Cloud and Edge Computing, we help our customers to digitalize their processes and achieve their technology goals on a global scale."
AWS is enabling scalable, flexible, and cost-effective solutions from startups to global enterprises. To support the seamless integration and deployment of these solutions, AWS established the AWS Competency Program to help customers identify AWS Partners with deep industry experience and expertise.
Thanks to the deep experience in designing and implementing business solutions by orchestrating on AWS services, Data Reply, Sense Reply and Storm Reply can rely on proven architectures and configuration patterns to enable the most advanced, automated IoT and data platforms, and new information systems supporting energy efficiency, flexibility, storage, electric mobility, micro-grids, smart metering, smart grid, and renewable generation optimization.
"The need to perform optimization over large and growing territorial areas has increased the complexity of the issue to the point of requiring an innovative approach," Said Fabio Veronese, Head of Infrastructure & Networks Digital Hub ENEL. "The Quantum Inspired approach, proposed by Reply, seems to bring very promising results and opens the door to the possibility of being applied to known problems and new business areas."