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As SVP Edison Peres, SVP Keith Goodwin and EVP Rob Lloyd told you at Partner Summit, we are committed to making it easier for you to do business with Cisco. So to follow up on that promise, you can now find comprehensive industry resources and customer materials on So how does that impact you? Now, instead of having to go to both Partner Central and to locate all of the available resources for industries and solutions, you c…


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Cisco Continues its Momentum in the Energy/Smart Grid Market

…San Diego, where it is making some exciting updates as well. Building on progress made in 2010 and expanding its smart grid activities in substation and home, Cisco is announcing partnerships with leading smart grid industry players ECOtality and Cooper Industries. Cisco and ECOtality have completed the development for integrating the Blink Network charger interface with Cisco’s Home Energy Management Solution (HEMS).…


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Standards Play a Vital Role in Fueling Innovation

…and NIST leader Pat Gallagher reiterated NIST’s commitment to driving effective standards development for Smart Grid and other initiatives. I focused on three main areas where the U.S. Government has a vital role to play and supporting and defending U.S. interests in standards: The US Government can serve as convenor of industry-led standards efforts, as currently demonstrated by the leadership that the NIST has provided in the Smart Grid


Partners are Going Green with Cisco’s Smart Grid Solutions

…ing the tide of global warming—whether driving less, or composting our trash—here at Cisco we have the Connected Grid portfolio of Smart Grid communications solutions, which can help utilities more reliably and efficiently deliver electric power from generation facilities to businesses and homes, resulting in better energy management, while also providing economic and environmental benefits. It’s been more than a year since we launched the Smart


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The Case for Energy Dis-Ecolibrium

…an’t Control What You Can’t See—So What Can You See? 3.      Buildings—It’s all about thermal management 4.      Smart Homes, Smart Buildings and the Smart Grid 5.      Weather Drives Energy Use 6.      The Importance of Sub-metering 7.      Interval Data and Demand Charges 8.      Trends in Solar, Wind and Other Renewables 9.      From the Dog House to the Data Center—The Future of Energy Management 10.  Energy Communication Standards I have doz…