BOSTON CAMBRIDGE, England Jan. 25, 2011 Ember
Ember’s strong growth was fueled by smart meter deployments worldwide, where Ember’s ZigBee chips and software play a critical role in enabling consumers and utilities to communicate in real time and together manage energy more efficiently, especially during peak demand.
North America Europe
During the year, Ember also strengthened its European customer support and supply chain infrastructure by adding pan European channel partners to support the significant growth planned in the region.
On the technology front, Ember previewed a new Internet Protocol (IP)-based low-power, wireless networking product. As part of the effort, Ember made significant contributions to the IETF working groups defining the new low-power routing standards, and joined the IPSO Alliance, an organization promoting the use of IP for smart objects around the world.
Robert LeFort Mass High Tech
Bob LeFort the United States Europe Asia
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