Silver Spring Networks, SELC pair on smart grid city technology

Silver Spring Networks is expanding its smart grid city infrastructure platform through a new collaboration with street lighting control pioneer SELC.

Through this collaboration, the parties intend to integrate Silver Spring’s IPv6 networking platform with SELC’s street light control systems and jointly bring the combined solution to market globally.

 

These enhanced capabilities enable operators to leverage a standards-based network infrastructure to reduce costs over manual street light monitoring, greatly extend the lifespan of existing high-pressure sodium (HPS) street lights, and establish an open networking platform for the future deployment and management of more efficient light-emitting diode (LED) lighting.

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