Jackson, Miss., March 11, 2002 – SmartSynch, a privately held technology company providing smart metering solutions to the energy and utility industry, announced it has acquired the CreataLink 2XT product line from Motorola, Inc.
The acquisition will enable SmartSynch to produce the CreataLink 2XT two-way wireless data transceiver, a telemetry module for wireless applications operating on ReFLEX protocol-based networks. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
The CreataLink 2XT data transceiver is being utilized in the United States, Canada, Mexico and Latin America for various applications, including utility meter reading, asset tracking and control, security applications, healthcare device monitoring, vending, HVAC control, cathodic measurement, irrigation monitoring, and monitoring and control of electronic signage. SmartSynch uses the technology as a core component of its SmartMeter SystemSM, a real-time connectivity system that enables energy and utility companies to communicate with their commercial and industrial electricity meters.
SmartSynch, an energy technology company based in Jackson, Miss., is a provider of smart metering solutions to the energy and utility industry. Its core product, the SmartMeter System, enables energy and utility companies to communicate with commercial and industrial electricity meters using wireless communications and the Internet. The SmartMeter System manages the delivery of critical information to any application system, workstation, computer, or browser enabled personal communications device. For more information, visit www.smartsynch.com.
Motorola, Inc. is a provider of integrated communications and embedded electronic solutions. Sales in 2001 were $30 billion.