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Silver Spring Networks Inc., a networking platform and solutions provider for smart energy networks, has completed the Wi-SUN Alliance certification for the IEEE 802.15.4g PHY supported across its Gen4 product portfolio.

The Wi-SUN Alliance certification regimen helps ensure the conformance of and interoperability between IEEE 802.15.4g implementations, Silver Spring notes.

"Open standards are critical to helping ensure interoperability, speeding deployment times, reducing cost and risk, and accelerating innovation as our customers build out the next generation of massive-scale machine-to-machine networks," says Anil Gadre, executive vice president of products at Silver Spring.


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