Trilliant acquires SkyPilot to enhance its backhaul network capability

Last week, smart-grid technology developer Trilliant announced the acquisition of SkyPilot Networks, a provider of wireless mesh broadband equipment, to expand its smart-grid network options. Trilliant has previously focused on advanced metering infrastructure (AMI), as well as data collection and d...

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