No one can argue with the criticality of the Utilities industry, as it is the backbone of all the other industries and social activities. But, like all the other domains, this one is evolving to a digitized shape, largely influenced by the rise of the IoT enabled devices and their demand for huge amounts of energy and data transferred.
This is where the smart grid comes into play, because only by upgrading the digital infrastructure and mode of operation will the Utilities industry be able to survive the flooding of interconnected devices. But what does this smart grid mean and what it needs in order to work seamlessly?
Well, starting from real-time analytics, smart energy and power management, to machine to machine communication and DCIM capabilities, the range of features that will empower the 5G connectivity and all the other tech advancements, will definitely require a large amount of data stored and transfer as well.
Finally, join us and discover the edge computing critical infrastructure that the players in the Utilities industry must develop in order to cope with the market development and to maintain its end-users satisfied.