Private LTE Could be a Gamechanger for AMI and Other Smart Utility Programs
- Aug 18, 2020 10:40 pm GMT
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Many utilities are faced with communication infrastructure challenges: Heavy growth planned with the hard-to-reach Distribution Automation (DA) and Distributed Energy Resource (DER) endpoints, aging substation communications infrastructure, commercial cellular falling short of expectations during major storms, AMI infrastructure showing signs of age, and high costs of maintaining various legacy last-mile communication systems. At the same time, they have increased dependency on the communications system to enable their existing and planned expansion of smart utility programs. Where do we go from here?
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