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May 20, 2009


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This every distributed sensor will have its own IP address and will support standard IETF protocols for remote management.

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I think it will demand a more standardized set of technologies, both to ensure that smart grid systems deployed by the nation's hundreds of utilities can be integrated and to open the industry to more open competition and thus lower cost products and services.

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Its true the utility uses three or four different communications technologies for its Smart Grid, it may end up with three or four different management systems that don't talk to each other.

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IP-based management system, utilities can deploy completely different PHY/MAC communication system in different parts of their grid, and still control them with a unified managememt system.

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I think Smart Grid technology is based on open TCP/IP standards, the fragmentation of multiple PHY/MAC technologies will hinder significantly the growth of the Smart Grid industry.

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that don't have a power connection), so many utilities may need to use a combination of multiple technologies to build their Smart Grid.


THanks for this, IP is a very interesting protocol!

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DS2 is a leading provider of semiconductors for high-speed communications over existing wires. Because DS2 chips can operate over power lines, phone lines and coaxial cable, users don't need to install new Ethernet wires in order to set up a robust wired network.

DS2 technology is widely used in many markets, including consumer home networks, IPTV distribution applications, Smart Grid or Ethernet over Coax services.

DS2 was founded in 1998 and has more than 130 employees distributed in offices in Santa Clara, Tokyo, Taipei and Valencia (Spain).

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