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GainSpan Corp., a California-based developer of Wi-Fi solutions, and Ubiquitous Corp., a Tokyo-based embedded software company, are working together to develop an ECHONET Lite-compliant solution for energy management for residential and commercial applications.

According to GainSpan, the new solution - which features a GainSpan low-power Wi-Fi module and Ubiquitous ECHONET Lite-based middleware - will reduce the time, effort and cost in getting to market ECHONET Lite-enabled devices, such as home appliances, smart meters, smart plugs and solar panels. Ubiquitous' ECHONET Lite-compliant middleware running on the Wi-Fi module uses just 10 kB of memory, GainSpan adds.




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