Electricity and Telecommunications Nexus Could Mean Increased Costs for Utilities
Paul DeCotis featured in Electricity Matters
Date : September 24, 2015

With this issue, Natural Gas & Electricity welcomes West Monroe's Paul DeCotis as a columnist on electricity matters.

For decades, utilities have relied on the public-carrier telecommunication provider services to monitor and control their transmission and distribution systems.

Information technology and applications are forcing greater dependence on more circuits, moving from small interdependencies . . . to needing larger amounts of bandwidth and more location points to facilitate all of the Smart Utility applications.

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