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IPSO Alliance demonstrates smart object interoperability with next-generation IPv6 Internet Protocol

Thursday, May 6th, 2010

“The IPSO Alliance, the leading organization defining the “Internet of Things,” today announced the successful interoperability of two critical new elements of the IPv6 protocol for small, resource-constrained embedded devices known as “Smart Objects.” Tested at an event in Anaheim, Calif., the interoperability of RPL, the emerging, IETF-specified, IPv6 routing protocol for low power and lossy networks, and of 6LoWPAN-HC, a header compression format for highly efficient IPv6 packet delivery over IEEE® 802.15.4 low-power wireless personal area networks (WPAN), are key to connecting smart objects such as meters, sensors or control devices, and smart appliances over the Internet.”

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Cisco: smart grid will be bigger than the Internet

Wednesday, May 5th, 2010

“Earth2Tech writer Jeff St. John chats with Cisco’s smart grid guru Laura Ipsen at our Green:Net 2010 conference last week. Ipsen says Cisco’s expecting the smart grid to be a bigger market opportunity than the Internet.”

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