PowerPlug was one of eleven IoT companies visiting Japan as part of a delegation hosted by the Israel Innovation Authority and METI, the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry of Japan.
Tel Aviv – PowerPlug Ltd, a leader in energy management software solutions, was selected by MATIMOP, the Israeli Industry Center for R&D, to join 10 other companies attending the Israeli IoT Delegation to Japan. The initiative was organized and led by the Israel Innovation Authority’s Japan-Israel Cooperation Program, in collaboration with METI, the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry of Japan. The delegation visited Tokyo & Osaka during the second week of July 2016, as part of a roadshow including networking and industry events, during which they met with local Japanese companies including FUJITSU, NEC and HITACHI.
PowerPlug was selected to present the company’s upcoming new product – PowerCloud, a new cloud platform that will help companies of all sizes monitor, control and optimize power consumption of pluggable devices within their organization.
“The Japanese market is very strategic to us both because of its size and its culture; this is a market with huge companies, all demonstrating great awareness and willingness to contribute to saving the environment. We see this delegation as an amazing opportunity for us to meet with Japanese companies, learn about the special requirements within this market and start building strong business relationships for a better future.” said Eyal Yechieli, PowerPlug’s CEO.
PowerPlug Ltd, founded in 2009, is a leading provider of PC Power Management solutions for organizations, saving them up to 60% in PC power costs and helping in significantly reducing their carbon footprint. The company’s leading product, PowerPlug Pro, has already been implemented by organizations with as little as 200 PCs and as many as 40,000 PCs, including medical centers, financial institutions, IT companies, universities, government agencies and more. PowerPlug Pro also includes the patented Wakeup Portal, enabling network administrators and end-users to easily turn on PCs remotely from any power state, including shutdown.
PowerPlug is currently working on PowerCloud, the company’s latest cloud product, which has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 672278.