Trilliant Hits 10 Million End Point Connections in the United Kingdom

Trilliant Hits 10 Million End Point Connections in the United Kingdom

PR Newswire

RALEIGH, North Carolina, April 12, 2018

RALEIGH, North Carolina, April 12, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Global communications solutions leader Trilliant Networks, a key technology provider of the most widely used AMI solutions in the United Kingdom, has now connected more than ten million end points including gas meters, electric meters, and in-home displays throughout the UK.

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Multiple Trilliant solutions connect consumers' in-home displays and provides meter data to the retailer, resulting in the delivery of information that both the consumer and retailer can use to manage energy more efficiently. Recently, Trilliant deployed a Smart Meter System Operator (SMSO) solution to provide secure, managed AMI in the cloud to complement the existing large-scale deployments within the UK.

"Ten million end points in the United Kingdom is quite an accomplishment," said Andy White, Trilliant chairman and CEO. "We are developing and deploying technologies, solutions, and services that combine equipment and knowledge to benefit both energy retailers and consumers by providing visibility into energy utilization."

Trilliant's unique approach represents the energy industry's only enterprise-wide communications platform based on a secure, standards-based, multi-technology, open spectrum solution. This means that it can manage and monitor today's needs and those of an increasingly connected future, bringing a strong ROI to energy suppliers.

About Trilliant
Trilliant® empowers the energy industry with the only purpose-built communications platform that enables utilities and cities to securely and reliably deploy any application -  on one powerful network. With the most field-proven, globally compliant solution in the market, Trilliant empowers you by connecting the world of things™. www.trilliant.com

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