Do utilities need 5G and Wi-Fi to be sustainable?

With 5G, Wi-Fi and edge compute, utilities can improve renewable management, energy efficiency and safety

Wireless networks have a role to play in increasing the efficiency and sustainability of energy consumption, and in enabling utilities to meet the rapid increase in power demand.

In this Sparring Partners, Eve Schooler, Principal Engineer and Director, Emerging IoT Networks, Intel and Monica Paolini, Principal, Senza Fili,  discussed how the convergence of 5G, Wi-Fi and edge computing can transform how utilities manage energy production and distribution while increasing sustainability, efficiency, and ultimately creating new forms of business value.

Topics we covered:

  • Increase in power demand
  • Making energy production and consumption more efficient
  • Managing renewable power
  • Sustainability at the electric grid edge
  • A new breed of data centers
  • The coexistence of 5G and Wi-Fi

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Eve Schooler

Director, Emerging IoT Networks
Intel

Monica Paolini, Principal, Senza Fili
Monica Paolini

Principal
Senza Fili

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Kendra Chamberlain - Analyst - Senza Fili
Kendra Chamberlain

Analyst
Senza Fili

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