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SP PowerAssets Ltd. (SPPA), the electricity transmission and distribution system operator in Singapore, is using the network and control platform from Silver Spring Networks Inc. for the initial phase of its advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) project.

Under the contract, SPPA will deploy Silver Spring's IPv6-based wireless networking platform across its service territory. Silver Spring has partnered with STEE-Infocomm, a division of Singapore Technologies, to provide implementation and logistics support for this project.

Silver Spring's Smart Energy Platform includes hardware, software and services and is based on an open IPv6 network, enabling secure communication between utilities and their consumers.

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