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Smart Grid Startup Verdeeco Takes Aim at Big Data

ATLANTA July 13, 2011 Atlanta $800 thousand Auburn, Alabama Greenville, South Carolina

Verdeeco, which is accelerating within the Georgia Tech Advanced Technology Development Center (ATDC), has been working with a focused group of utilities to help them aggregate and analyze data and apply the resulting intelligence to make better business decisions.

Atlanta Alabama South Carolina Mike Eckert

Verdeeco’s platform, which combines meter data with other utility data types like transformer stability, sub-station performance, transmission, SCADA, distribution automation and third party data like weather, applies big data technologies employed by players like Google, Facebook, and Twitter to the smart grid space.

Musaddeq Khan

Venki Ramachandran

The Verdeeco solution allows utilities to pick and choose from a host of applications, and apply them to all, or a subset, of their network devices, including meters, transformers, and substations, all while only paying for what they use.

Jim Stratigos Virginia Persons Mike Eckert

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