Eka Systems acquired by Cooper Industries, with other smart grid acquisitions sure to follow

Last week, Cooper Industries announced that it acquired all of the assets of Eka Systems for an undisclosed amount. Eka Systems, which sells wireless mesh network hardware for advanced metering infrastructure (AMI), is being absorbed into the Energy Automation Solutions (EAS) business in the Cooper ...

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