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Silver Spring Networks, a networking platform and solutions provider for smart energy networks, and eMeter, a business unit of Siemens and provider of smart grid information management software, have entered into a partnership agreement.

Under this agreement, the two companies will fully integrate and certify eMeter EnergyIP with Silver Spring's UtilityIQ head-end system, resulting in a standard adapter that is interoperable out of the box - the eMeter EnergyIP AMI adapter for UtilityIQ, the companies say.

In addition, Silver Spring Networks will be joining the eMeter Alliance Program. Shannon Amerman, vice president of global alliances at eMeter, says the program enables partners’ technology and software to leverage the information, features and applications available via respective platforms.

The eMeter EnergyIP AMI adapter for UtilityIQ is globally available.



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