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PRIVATE LTE: Featuring Data Speeds, Technical Flexibility, Signal Prioritization, and Security [WHITEPAPER]

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Vice President, Motorola Solutions

Scott Schoepel is vice president of Global Enterprise at Motorola Solutions. In this role, he is responsible for the direct sales, engineering, program management and service teams for all...

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As more technologies such as electric vehicles, roof-top solar panels, and smart meters, become more prevalent energy storage will play a critical role in balancing the load demands. Utility telecommunications networks must secure the energy grid, while maintaining grid resiliency, and reliability. New “Smart Communities” are requiring the modernized energy grid to have the appropriate communications platform for a solid foundation for new technologies, consumer applications, and secure communications. >> Fill out the form to download this important paper today.


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