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An unmet consumer need for the connected home

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Our survey shows that 47 percent of consumers are highly interested in connected home services. Find out how to provide better services that can increase your revenue.

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Energy management services for the connected home

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The rising number of connected devices is laying the foundation for Home Energy Management services. But what are the challenges? And more importantly, what are the solutions?

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Intelligent utility communications

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Five steps to success

Efficient and effective edge communications for data collection and distribution grid control are essential. There are a multitude of last mile and access technologies and solutions. In this webinar, we discuss your options.

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How ICT will shape the future of utilities

Through the proper use and application of ICT, you could actually enable renewables to be better integrated.”

Dr. Catherine Mulligan, Research Fellow, Imperial College London

Top utility executives on the future of IoT

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Around 50 utility executives attended the invitation-only IDC Pan-European Utilities Executive Summit. They discussed what will be the biggest contributors to new revenue in the next five years.

Find out what they said in the IDC report

What utilities envision for the future

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Utilities are currently in the middle of an industry transformation. Based on a global survey of 76 utility executives, IDC Energy Insights explores the industry’s sentiment regarding its future in this evolving landscape.

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Multi-services gateways enable IoT for utilities

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Utilities can significantly improve communication networks and reduce the cost of implementation and operation.

Find out how

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