From the website
"A Georgia-based company today announced at Educause 2012 the availability of an enterprise extensible LMS built fully on Drupal technology. The company expects to take Moodle, Instructure and Blackboard head on by leveraging one of the world’s largest open source communities to deploy an enterprise open source learning management system.
“By leveraging Drupal as an architecture we have built a product that meets and far exceeds the needs of today’s academic institutions”, said Adam Smith, head of product management at Adrenna. “Our analytics engine, social communications and notifications engine, and our soon to be released rules engine for user points, credentialing and badging are driving significant interest from academic institutions”.
"Yes we have discussions, announcements, blogs, file and folder sharing, video and image galleries, members, links, polls, glossary, integration with facebook, twitter, SMS messaging, integrated notification, a robust content authoring area, quiz and gradebook engine, authentication integration and integration into the SIS, everything you would expect from today’s learning management systems. But its the new engines for user points, credentialing and badging, as well as the built in media support for PBS, TeacherTube, NPR that’s getting all the attention."