Qualcomm, Verizon Wireless Linking Hands Over Smart Grid

By Katie Fehrenbacher on July 29, 2009

Mobile companies heart the smart grid — it can offer stable revenue in a world in which cell phone customers can be pretty fickle. Yesterday two of the largest wireless players in the U.S., Qualcomm and Verizon Wireless, announced that they have teamed up on a new joint venture to deliver “machine-to-machine services,” which use wireless networks, sensors and software to monitor and manage systems, and which will include services for the smart grid and utilities.

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