For more than a decade, Silver Spring has been dedicated to solving some of the world’s most pressing problems. Its networking solutions today power over 24 million devices across 2 million square miles on five continents and cover nearly 80 million people, turning information into insights for homes, businesses and cities around the globe.
Last year, Silver Spring launched a new initiative called Starfish to bring its battle-tested solutions to the next wave of global challenges. With Starfish, developers and businesses around the globe can connect intelligent devices and sensors to address energy, resource, transportation and safety issues that impact everyday life. Starfish is a worldwide wireless IPv6 network service for the Internet of Things, providing secure, reliable and scalable networking services using a wide variety of standards-based wired and wireless communication protocols.
Having grown up as a unicorn (before they are called unicorn) in the Silicon Valley, Silver Spring recently moved its headquarters to Champion Station in San Jose, a state-of-the-art facility in the revitalized North San Jose area. The campus consists of two adjacent buildings and houses an IoT Demo Center that showcases Silver Spring’s Internet of Things offerings in action for its global customer base.
Announcing the opening of the new headquarters, Silver Spring Networks said in a statement:
"With an Internet of Things (IoT) demonstration facility, Silver Spring’s new headquarters is the innovation and operations focal point for its global customer base."
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