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The Enernet: The Convergence of the Energy Grid and the Internet – Part II

 

As noted in Part I of this whitepaper, in order to effectively manage the massive and complex communication needs of the modern electric grid and all of its components, it will be important for utilities to have access to a robust, reliable, interoperable, broadband, nationwide digital telecommunications network that can handle literally tens of billions points of monitoring and control in real time. The information network capable of handling this digital information blizzard must be ubiquitous, self-healing, and have sufficient speed and capacity to monitor and manage billions of intelligent electronic devices within the grid and inside consumers’ homes and businesses.

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