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E.ON Elnat Sverige AB has selected Ericsson to provide consulting and systems integration services for a deployment of 600,000 smart meters, as well as to coordinate the integration of meter data management technology.

Ericsson's smart metering product and service platform combines managed services with integration services and meter reading and data management, workforce management, field services and other functions. The work will take place over the next five years, including metering points in northern Stockholm, Malmö, Örebro, Norrköping and Skane.

Ericsson is also currently working on smart grid deployments with utilities in Estonia and Italy.


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