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Communication Networks for the Smart Grid: Pros, Cons, & Latest Options
Author:
DTE Energy, Pike Research, Verizon Wireless, and Tropos Networks
Year:
2011
Abstract:

The page contains a webinar that discusses various communication network options from different angles. Utilities are faced with a range of options for implementing two-way communications networks for the Smart Grid. This panel of industry practitioners and experts reviews the available alternatives, strengths of each, and how to go about identifying best options in various scenarios. The aim is to help utilities understand and navigate private vs. public networks, mesh vs. cellular, and other wireless data networking options currently on the landscape.

Panelists:
- Brian V. Moccia, Major Enterprise Projects & AMI Technology Manager, DTE Energy
- Bob Gohn, Senior Analyst, Pike Research
- Bob Slevin, Vertical Account Manager - Manufacturing & Utilities, Verizon Wireless
- Narasimha Chari, Co-Founder and CTO, Tropos Networks

This information was submitted by Daniel Coran, Editor, Smart Grid Observer, 565 Garden Road, dcoran@smartgridobserver.com on 12/29/2011.

Document Type:
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Source:
Smart Grid Observer