Philips and Cisco working together to bring IoT to commercial office buildings is nothing new

In early December 2015, Philips and CISCO announced a strategic alliance combining connected light-emitting diode (LED) lighting systems and IT network infrastructure inside commercial office buildings. The goal is to enable energy savings and increase energy efficiency as well as worker’s productiv...

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