Key Value Proposition Network management has become increasingly difficult as wireless, wired and external infrastructures such as cloud and SaaS coalesce to deliver a growing set of application and services across geographically diverse organizations. In parallel, it is no longer sufficient for network managers to focus simply on layers 1-3. Modern network management requires visibility
Monthly Archives / October 2013
Oakland, California-based kWh Analytics, which finished second in the start-up competition, plans to harness the power of Big Data so investors can understand solar as an asset class instead of a smattering of small and unique assets. CEO and managing director Richard Matsui, a McKinsey & Co. alum, says the company’s database has over 10,000
In the words of kWh Analytics CEO Richard Matsui, “understanding risk is an essential part of any investor’s job—but it’s been hard to do without data.” In the solar world, this means answering questions related panel quality, inverter reliability, and customer default rates so they can better place their bets. A former McKinsey consultant and
Richard Matsui, CEO of kWh Analytics, will be speaking at the CleanTech Future conference, which is hosted in San Francisco, CA on November 4th – 5th. He will be speaking about the Big Data and Solar Investments at 4:20pm on the second day of the conference (Tuesday, November 5th).
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