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Green Plug launches Power Processor for smart electronics

The theory is that technologies like the Green Power Processor (GPP) will facilitate communications and enable smart devices that can save energy.
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Written by Larry Dignan, Contributing Editor on

Green Plug on Wednesday launched its Green Power Processor, which is designed to allow consumer electronics to communicate with their power source.

The theory is that technologies like the Green Power Processor (GPP) will facilitate communications and enable smart devices that can save energy. The GPP is a power adapter architecture that can exchange information with the power source and dynamically adjust usage based on current needs.

According to Green Plug, the GPP is a system-on-a-chip that will be available in the second quarter. Green Plug announced the GPP at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

Green Plug, like other companies such as General Electric, is aiming to enable smart electronics and appliances. The GPP will be customizable and adjust to various frequencies, power ranges and adapters. The GPP works with GreenPlug's "Green Load Processor," which resides on an electronic device.

This post was originally published on Smartplanet.com

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