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Improved communication, digitalization and the future of energy

5G and wireless technologies have the unprecedented power to bring to life the digital transformation in the energy and utilities industry.

Utilities deliver power to our homes or to our enterprises through a complex mechanism. There are smart meters measuring the amount of current that we use at home and give us the power; there is a distribution infrastructure; there are solar panels right on your homes, on the enterprises and the production area. All of these three segments require communications: the Smart Meter requires communications to be able to control it, distribution infrastructure needs communications to ensure that the utility can fix faults and can react very rapidly to changes within the network.

How can 5G and wireless technologies support the digital transformation in the energy industry?

Nowadays, in an ever interconnected world, where energy disruptions are a constant threat to our daily lives, 5G and wireless technology provide the solution for specialists to respond better and quicker to customers and tackle the daily problems of the energy sector. Thanks to lower latency and extreme reliability, the digital transformation in the energy industry has finally begun.

5G, energy and utilities, how do they actually work together?

5G and wireless technologies meet the utility and energy industry in the smart grid, the combination of an electrical system and digital communication technology. This newly digitalized systems allows for the maximization of efficiency thanks to:

  • Even distribution and management of energy. Volatility, uneven distribution of power and complex communications between agents were the main challenges of the industry before the digital innovation. Now, real-time communications and control over the whole network allow professionals to evenly distribute the energy to power homes and businesses: this flexibility translates into increased energy efficiency.
  • Remote monitoring and analysis. Remote control and monitoring are not a novelty for the industry, but in recent years wireless technologies and 5G have further enhanced them. The application of digital technologies now allows technicians to have real-time data, which not only gives specialists an increased situational awareness of the whole network, but it is also fundamental for predictive maintenance of the network and forecasts about the energy consumption.
  • Security and reliability. As any interconnected infrastructure, the utilities and energy industry is no stranger to cyber attacks and external threats. With 5G and the application of digital technologies, security is granted.
problems to solve and constrains to care

Main challenges


Networks need to cover their entire service territories

including challenging locations, such as remote rural areas and deep inside apartment, basement and office buildings


Millions of devices have to be connected

with an extreme degree of reliability and security


Performance, low-latency and reliability

are essential to support a wide variety of use cases, going from smart metering to real-time fault management and direct load contro

our solution

how we solve them

We provide a fully virtualized edge core solution that allows:


complete mobile intranet (data, voice, video) on standard tablets, smartphones and dongles


very low latency access to sensors, video cameras and LAN


integration with safety-at-work applications for power plant and building site personnel


fully integrated with utility ICT infrastructure & Enterprise-PBX


moreover it is affordable and with IT-friendly management