The ability of a utility to create ubiquitous connectivity between all of its current data sources and decision-making systems is essential for the success of smart grid deployments. Yet the characteristics and performance requirements for wide-area networks are quite complex due to the multitude of grid applications and enterprise applications that are essential to utility operation.
Building Smart Grid Core Networks
Posted: 12 Oct 2012
Authors:Vikram Varakantam and Arvind Durai
Primary Committee:IEEE Smart Grid Newsletters
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