Silver Spring Networks releases sensor network for utility data management

Today at DistribuTECH, Silver Spring Networks showcased how the ground-breaking SilverLink Sensor Network is helping unlock smart grid big data to enable utilities of the future, including new engagements with industry pioneers Florida Power & Light, The Hongkong Electric Co., (HK Electric) and Pepco Holdings Inc.

To learn more about the SilverLink Sensor Network, Silver Spring customers and Silver Spring’s critical infrastructure innovations, please visit Booth #1221 at the DistribuTECH 2015 Conference in San Diego, California on February 3-5.

These global leaders, along with existing customers, such as Consumers Energy, are leveraging the SilverLink Sensor Network to draw on the massive volumes of smart grid big data for innovative new services including customer engagement, load disaggregation, real-time voltage management, network management, and dynamic applications at the edge.

Today Silver Spring also announced:

·         The expansion of the SilverLink App Catalog to include two new application suites: the Customer Engagement App Suite and the Grid Operations App Suite.

·         Two new third-party software partners — EnergySavvy and Gridium — as Silver Spring continues to expand the SilverLink Partner Program.

Earlier this year, Silver Spring announced the acquisition of Detectent, a recognized leader in utility analytics solutions that help improve advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) and utility grid operations, ensure revenue protection, and deliver enhanced customer engagement programs. The SilverLink Sensor Network unlocks and accelerates data from any sensor network to fuel any application at up to 10x the speed and 1/10th the cost of traditional utility IT infrastructure.

The new partners join existing SilverLink ecosystem members including AutoGrid, Bidgely, DVI, ONZO, Plotwatt and Sentient, who are already leveraging the SilverLink Sensor Network to bring new applications to market.

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