Utilities are ramping up their investments in grid connectivity and networking for the purpose of improved operating economics, energy efficiency, and gridreliability. But there is also growing recognition that a network that supports smart grid applications like advanced metering infrastructure (AMI), distribution automation (DA), and/or substation automation (SA) could become the backbone for far more. The cumulative market for utility networking gear and communications services is expected to exceed $75 billion during the next decade.
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14 June 2017