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Liberty Lake, Wash.-based Itron Inc. has introduced Nexergy, a portfolio of five ecosystem architectures that couples meters, communication technology and software.

According to Itron, the Nexergy portfolio offers utilities a faster and more cost-effective approach to smart grid deployments, as well as encapsulates complex requirements of modernizing a utility's grid into a unified and structured architecture.

Itron's ecosystem approach provides a range of choices for utilities, such as Nexergy P2P, providing direct point-to-point functionality; Nexergy PLC, an end-to-end PLC offering; Nexergy P2H, a consumer-engagement-focused ecosystem; Nexergy P2C, which delivers advanced metering and telemetry capabilities; and Nexergy SPS, a solution focused on helping utilities protect their revenue.


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