The smart grid requires the integration of complex electrical, communications and information technology systems. High levels of reliability, cost efficiency and customer satisfaction are required from each layer of the smart grid, yet the companies involved — telecoms and electric utilities — historically have not collaborated effectively. As the word “networking” implies, these two industries will have to cooperate to improve future communications capabilities of ...

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