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[qi:_earth2tech] This week, Cisco made its first official move into the smart grid space as a partner in the $200 million Energy Smart Miami project. While the smart grid, which some have called the “Internet of energy,” might seem like a perfect opportunity for the networking […]

[qi:_earth2tech] This week, Cisco made its first official move into the smart grid space as a partner in the $200 million Energy Smart Miami project. While the smart grid, which some have called the “Internet of energy,” might seem like a perfect opportunity for the networking giant to court utilities’ needs, the announced project offers Cisco its best opportunity yet to leverage its recent acquisitions in the consumer space — by providing devices and networking that will help residential utility customers manage their energy use.

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  1. Week Ending April 24th « Silicon Ribbon Wednesday, April 22, 2009

    [...] Energy Smart Miami subsidized by the stimulus package is a project to roll out smart meters to Miami residences that control utility spending into the home, ideally via a website. GE will provide the smart meters, and Cisco is named a partner providing network infrastructure more… [...]

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