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Microsoft | January 14, 2021
Oxford Properties Group is the owner, developer, and manager of some of the world’s top real estate assets. Oxford’s portfolio encompasses 100 million square feet of office, retail, industrial, hotel, and multifamily residential space across four continents. Oxford uses the Switch Automation Platform to help enhance its existing building operations by connecting to systems and data to provide real-time visibility into building performance and implement data-driven optimization strategies. Oxford deployed Switch Dx³ across 17 buildings connected to the Switch Platform to gain a continuous audit of the devices and systems connected to its building networks.
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