The role of multi-application communication networks in digital distribution utilities
The growing number and variety of applications utilized by digital distribution utilities has resulted in multiple parallel networks serving a single application each. Over time, the cost and complexity of managing and expanding such an infrastructure increases substantially. In order to meet the requirements of different applications, a hybrid digital communications architecture is needed—one that effectively leverages a range of different technologies.
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