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Anterix's Industry Insights: Visioneering the Private Networked Grid of the Future Part II

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Marketing Associate Anterix

Marketing Associate at Anterix. Anterix delivers game-changing connectivity for critical infrastructure, including next-generation communications platforms to support utilities’ grid...

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How Do You See Private LTE Networks Shaping the Future of Utilities?

Creating a smart connected grid of the future is imperative for utilities. To do that means to look beyond modernization and imagine a scenario that enables them to keep up with the demands of an increasingly sophisticated customer and new and increasingly complex technology. In an Energy Central Special Issue, industry experts from utilities, manufacturing and other sectors shared their visions of how 900 MHz licensed spectrum could support the grid of the future.

This thought-provoking virtual roundtable is hosted by Pete Tseronis (Dots and Bridges) and features a distinguished panel of industry experts and practitioners, Bruce Albright (Burns & McDonnell), Bobbi Harris (UBBA), and Chris Trabold (General Electric). 

Here's a preview at what one of our expert panelists had to say on the topic:

“So, it became very apparent that building these foundational networks for utilities was paramount to moving forward with all of the new devices, the distributed energy, and everything that’s coming along that requires more and more devices that can’t be supported by your narrowband systems.” - Bruce Albright / Burns & McDonnell

Watch this full webinar to hear industry experts discuss how they would “visioneer” the intersection of smart communications and smart grids, as well as all the benefits that will flow from the integration of the two.

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