Netezza will supply a hefty data warehousing and analytics appliance to the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) as part of a $178m smart-grid project being funded by the US Department of Energy. Netezza's TwinFin will help PNNL manage and analyze data culled from 60,000 customers in five states as they burn 112 …
Smart Grid? As in electricity meteres with dubious security
Perhaps they might like to run a simulation of what happens when the security-by-obscurity aftety features are compromised and someone decides to make a drawing of a male organ visible from space.
I hope this hardware teaches them something, but I don't know watt.
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