Collaborators Simplify Secure IoT Deployment

EDMI Limited is partnering with Arm to combine the best of breed smart metering solutions from EDMI with the power of Arm Mbed OS (PSA certified) and the Pelion IoT platform. EDMI has deployed metering devices and its Energy Cloud software to millions of endpoints globally, enabling varied applications including end customer billing, meter data management, distribution network management with transformer monitoring and power quality measurement, demand response, distributed solar generation monitoring and loss management. This partnership enables EDMI to diversify its solutions into other IoT verticals.

 

"We are thrilled to announce this partnership. Leveraging our heritage in smart metering, the partnership with Arm will bring added value to our customers, which includes scalable, secure and IoT-enabled smart metering solutions," said Mr. How New Seng, Chief Executive Officer at EDMI.

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"Smart meters can help utilities quickly localize and address an outage, detect power theft, and provide cost savings and new revenue streams, but the deployments need to be scalable and secure," said Mr. Hima Mukkamala, senior vice president and general manager, IoT Cloud Services at Arm. "We are partnering with EDMI to provide utilities with a secure end-to-end solution to develop, deploy, connect and manage smart meters through Mbed OS and the Pelion IoT platform." For more information, visit EDMI.

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