Telenium Chosen as PowerSouth’s Network Management Solution

Andalusia, AL – June 18, 2013

PowerSouth Energy Cooperative, headquartered in Andalusia, Alabama, has chosen Telenium Spectra as the network management system for the PowerSouth network. MegaSys will be providing a complete management solution, including Telenium appliance hardware and the alarm surveillance and management capability for a wide range of network element types utilizing a variety of protocols.

About MegaSys

MegaSys Computer Technologies is a major supplier of advanced Network Management Systems for the telecommunications market based on its flagship product Telenium. MegaSys has developed the most powerful and flexible network management system available, designed on an intelligent, high performance, object oriented database that provides unsurpassed processing, network management and database growth. Earning a reputation as a world-class performer in network management, MegaSys has delivered Telenium solutions across North America, Asia-Pacific and Europe. MegaSys customers include wireless and broadband carriers, CLECs, IXCs, cable companies, private utilities and state agencies, ranging in size from small regional networks to large national networks. Additional information is available at

Contact: Dave Woronuk
Company: MegaSys Computer Technologies
Title: President and CEO
Phone: (403) 295-0511

About PowerSouth

PowerSouth Energy Cooperative is a generation and transmission (G&T) cooperative providing the wholesale power needs of 20 distribution members — 16 electric cooperatives and four municipal electric systems — in Alabama and northwest Florida.

In 1941, PowerSouth was formed by 11 cooperatives to generate and sell electricity. First known as Alabama Electric Cooperative, the name was changed to PowerSouth Energy Cooperative in 2008 to better reflect the geographical service territory and to position the company for future growth opportunities. Today, as one of 62 G&T cooperatives in the United States, PowerSouth is a trusted energy provider for its distribution members, serving more than 1 million end-users in 39 Alabama and 10 Florida counties.