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ISS Founder Tackling Smart Energy at Joulex

ISS founder Tom Noonan is ready for a new challenge. After building up Internet Security Solutions (ISS) into a successful company and then selling it to IBM, he's moving on to energy.

At Joulex, Noonan's new startup, he's developing tools to facilitate the management the power consumption of devices that can tap into an IP-based network.

Datamation catches up with Noonan at the Interop networking conference in Las Vegas.


LAS VEGAS -- In 2006, Tom Noonan sold his company Internet Security Services (ISS) to IBM for $1.3 billion. After leaving IBM, Noonan is now back with a new startup, and this time he's tackling a problem that he thinks is even bigger than security: energy.

Noonan's new venture is a company called Joulex, which is officially launching today. In an interview with InternetNews.com at the Interop conference this week in Las Vegas, Noonan explained how he made the jump from security to energy and why he thinks his company has the solution for solving power management problems for IT.

"Few industries are bigger than security, and energy is one of them," Noonan said. "At Joulex, we're using the IP network to manage any IP-connected device."

Read the full story at Datamation:
ISS Founder's New Startup: Power Management With Joulex