Amber unveils ‘The Second Electrical Revolution’
Thursday, 3 September 2020
amberThe paper details an overview of the accelerating trend of solid-state electrical infrastructure in buildings
USA - Amber Solutions has announced the availability of a white paper on solid-state electrification, the digital control of electricity and the many market opportunities these breakthroughs create. The paper is titled The Second Electrical Revolution.
In March, Amber Solutions introduced the world to the possibility of embedding the digital control of electricity in solid state architecture in every device, appliance, power cord and electrical end point in buildings globally with the immediate commercial availability of its newly-patented Amber AC/DC Enabler and Amber AC Switch.
“Thomas Edison would be proud of what we have achieved,” comments Amber Solutions founder, president and CEO Thar Casey. “The publication of this white paper is the logical and necessary next step in educating the world on the future opportunities our breakthrough creates for, manufacturing partners, electrical designers, interested media and others.”
The Solid-state control of electricity changes the rules of the game for everything - security and control systems, circuit breakers, dimmer switches, outlets, even appliances. “Through commercial implementation of our technologies within the existing building electrical grid, we can uniquely embed modern intelligence and enhanced sensing functionality into every wall, throughout the whole building. Amber, its partners, and even a couple of its competitors will tap the tremendous opportunity to upgrade every electrical end point in buildings globally to solid-state architecture.”
This white paper details a business and market overview of the accelerating trend of solid-state electrical infrastructure in buildings. It explores the implications of the breakthroughs for increased safety and reliability within electrical infrastructure, widespread and endpoint-specific energy monitoring, and greatly expanded Internet of Things (IoT) integration; all this functionality arising from the ability to install solid-state solutions built in the existing walls of buildings.
According to Rob Halligan, Amber Chief Marketing Officer, the white paper provides a historical view of the development of our current electrical infrastructure and the increasingly sophisticated intelligence embedded within it.
“Through examination of the advantages solid-state semiconductor implementations offer versus legacy electro-mechanical architecture, it seems clear that new technologies can deliver a safer, more connected and hyper-intelligent building electrical infrastructure. In addition, the white paper considers the market position of key players that have announced IoT-connected or solid-state electrical solutions,” Halligan said.

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