Silver Spring Networks expands smart grid partnership with EDMI

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Silver Spring Networks Inc. announced an expanded relationship with EDMI Ltd., a global smart meter solution provider, to offer smart city and smart energy solutions in several new regions.

Following the first phase of deployment with the Singapore Power Group, Silver Spring and EDMI will offer their integrated solutions in Australia and New Zealand, Europe and Southeast Asia. Through the expanded relationship, Silver Spring will also leverage EDMI devices as control nodes to help manage and monitor intelligent streetlights as part of the Silver Spring Smart City Solution.

Silver Spring has connected over 18.5 million homes and businesses across five continents, and works with leading utilities across the world and global cities including Copenhagen, Dublin, Miami, Oslo, Paris, and Donnugan and Foshan in China, to deploy smart city applications such as intelligent and adaptive street lights.

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