solution addressing communications to secondary substations, metering and automation network integration, and cyber security
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Industrial IoT and Smart Meter Backhaul
Secure networking for secondary substations, metering and automation network integration.
and IEEE 1613 environmental standards for outdoor installations
communications over any access
with SCADA-aware firewall and encryption
radio connectivity supports high capacity mission-critical traffic with dedicated bandwidth allocation and service level agreement (SLA) per subscriber
delivery of SCADA protocols
SecFlow-1 is ideal for industrial IoT backhaul, enabling fast, secure and economical deployment of new IoT sites. Allowing secure connectivity over wireless or fiber networks – either public (e.g., cellular) or private, it connects all types of industrial devices, including RTUs, smart meter aggregation devices, IoT base stations or concentrators, CCTV cameras, point of sale devices, Wi-Fi base stations, and more. SecFlow-1 is also used for operational WANs, providing reliable and secure Layer 2 and Layer 3 communications for power utilities, water and gas utilities, public safety and homeland security agencies, as well as intelligent transportation operators.
Featuring up to 750 Mbps aggregated sector capacity and a range of up to 40 km (25 miles), a single Airmux-5000 base station supports up to 64 remote subscriber units (SUs) with multi-band operation, making it ideal for:
- Service providers and ISPs, offering IP backhaul and 4G/broadband access for remote, rural and underserved communities
- Private networks requiring high capacity inter-branch connectivity for university campuses, healthcare organizations, government institutions, large enterprises and public establishments
- Security and surveillance applications requiring aggregation and backhaul of traffic from multiple colocated HD cameras
The RADview features a network element manager, end-to-end service manager for Carrier Ethernet services, performance monitoring portal for ongoing monitoring of Ethernet and IP services, D-NFV orchestrator for virtual machines and application services at the customer edge, and a network planner for resource optimization and capacity planning.
Featuring client/server architecture with multi-user support, RADview provides intuitive graphic representation of network clouds, links, nodes, end-to-end services, and network status indication. Fully ITU-T FCAPS compliant, it offers security management supporting user access profiles and allowing network partitioning.
The Future of Power Grids – White Paper5 Trends and Their Effect on Utility Communications
Power utility networks are becoming smarter, automated and more connected, as they gradually transform into Smart Grids. Looking forward, there are several key trends that drive the design of tomorrow’s utility networks – most of which are closely connected with the rise of IoT (Internet of Things) – and which need to be accommodated by adequate communication solutions:The Future of Power Grids
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