CyanConnode, a provider of narrowband radio mesh networks, has received a purchase order for approximately $150,000 from Innologix Consulting Pvt Ltd in India for its smart metering software solution.
Innologix is a systems integrator focused on smart metering within India. It will integrate CyanConnode’s software into its own cloud-based innovative energy management solutions to create a platform to capture and store meter data to assure utilities they are charging correctly.
The smart meters for the Innologix solution will use CyanConnode’s communications module and data concentrator units, which will be sourced from one of the Company’s existing local partners.
The purchase order is for CyanConnode Head End Server software licenses, and includes an annual maintenance contract, which will both provide a recurring revenue stream following successful installation of the software on the Innologix cloud-based platform.
John Cronin, CyanConnode executive chairman, commented: “This contract win with Innologix further demonstrates the success of the Company’s scalable business model as well as the strength of its smart metering eco-system in India.
Through our collaborative approach, and commitment to transferring skills and experience to our partners in-country, CyanConnode’s communication platform is an enabling technology that delivers cost-effective solutions designed for the utility sector in India.”
According to Atul Agrawal, CEO & founder at Innologix Consulting: “When we established Innologix, we were clear that we would focus on providing a cloud computing service, delivering the latest energy management technology without the investment in infrastructure or the running costs required to host and manage a system in-house.
Working with CyanConnode’s partner eco-system, we are delighted to have secured our first major customer order for smart metering as a managed service. The contract for software licenses together with smart grid hardware will provide our customers with a cost-effective, end-to-end solution.”
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