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TMCNet:  Ambient launches dual modem data concentrator

[October 17, 2013]

Ambient launches dual modem data concentrator

Oct 17, 2013 (TELECOMWORLDWIRE via COMTEX) -- Ambient Corp. (NASDAQ: AMBT) said that its Ambient Smart Grid Nodes now have an optional module that features either a single or dual G3-PLC modem for metering and other smart grid applications.

Ambient has adopted the advanced OFDM-based Powerline Communications (PLC) technology to facilitate secure, high-speed, highly-reliable, long-range communication over the existing powerline grid, both low and medium voltage. Two-way communications networks based on G3-PLC will provide electricity network operators with intelligent monitoring and control capabilities. G3-PLC supports true IPv6 addressing.

Ambient helps utilities modernize the grid with IP-based networking products and applications that integrate and connect existing and future grid assets on a secure, flexible, and scalable smart grid communications platform. Ambient's Smart Grid Node family enables real-time data communication for multiple applications, in parallel: smart metering, distributed generation and storage, demand response, and distribution automation.

More information on Ambient is available at www.ambientcorp.com.

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