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Silver Spring Networks has entered into an agreement with Masers Energy Malaysia to coordinate smart infrastructure technology, planning and services for Masers' Smart Grid City Melaka and Special Economic Zone Melaka projects.

Anticipated to begin later this year, the initial phase of the projects will include Silver Spring's IPv6 networking platform deployed as a canopy network for advanced metering, distribution automation, and smart grid consumer empowerment initiatives.

"We are excited to partner with Silver Spring Networks as we build a modern, 21st-century infrastructure to help accelerate economic growth and deliver innovative smart city services for Malaysia’s citizens,” says Dato’ Seri Suhaimi Abd Rahman, CEO of Masers Energy.




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