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GreenChip lighting lets you flip the switch remotely, thumbs nose at IPv4 deplet

17 May 2011 No Comment

Despite the looming IPv4 apocalypse, a new lighting system coming out of NXP Semiconductors promises an “IP address for every light bulb.” The GreenChip “smart lighting solution” incorporates NXP chipsets into both LED and compact flourescents to enable dimming, extended lifespans, quick start times, and IP connectivity — via IPv4 or IPv6. Proprietary network software allows users to control their bulbs from smartphones, PCs, and other devices, enabling them to fiddle with mood lighting — including adjusting color — via a specific IP address. So at least when IPv4 doomsday finally descends someone will have their lighting just right. Video and PR after the break.

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