With 900 MHz spectrum for private LTE wireless broadband networks now approved for use, and the auctioning of the shared CBRS spectrum has begun, the nation’s electric utilities have an unprecedented opportunity to accelerate and advance their grid modernization and resiliency programs.

Watch this webinar to hear industry experts discuss how they would “visioneer” the intersection of smart communications and smart grids, as well as all the benefits that will flow from the integration of the two.

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Energy Central Insight August Special Issue

In an effort to guide this conversation, Energy Central has teamed up with Anterix to present this Hot Topic issue, “Visioneering the Private Networked Grid of the Future: How Do You See Private LTE Networks Shaping the Future of Utilities?”

In this special Anterix/Energy Central issue, you will learn how thought leaders and experts from across the industry “visioneer” the future of the electric grid.

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Private wireless broadband has been a critical unmet need for electric utilities in the last decade. With the upcoming CBRS auction and the FCC Ruling on 900 MHz in May, spectrum is now available for utilities to build their private LTE networks and expand their broadband to the edge of the grid in support of utility modernization efforts.

Hear industry experts share their perspectives and help utilities navigate through these uncharted broadband spectrum waters.

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Anterix Private LTE spectrum helps utilities securely integrate and manage distributed resources, automate processes, monitor conditions, use artificial intelligence, and drive worker productivity to improve service and reduce operational costs.

This brief highlights how utilities can benefit from adopting Private LTE networks using Anterix technology.

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In many rural parts of the country, deploying broadband Internet service presents substantial challenges. As utilities implement new private wireless communications networks for grid control systems using licensed spectrum, certain assets and infrastructure could be shared or incrementally augmented to cost-effectively support the provision of wired or wireless broadband Internet service to consumers in the utility’s service area.

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