Energy - Oil & Gas and Utilities
CiscoLive 2017! You’re the Digital Energy Superheroes
You are the champions of configuration; the sultans of software, the pashas of peripherals, the bhagwans of bandwidth, the wizards of wireless and industrial IoT; the kings and queens of...
UTC Highlights Telecommunications in the Utilities Industry
UTC’s annual conference speeds into the home of NASCAR to highlight telecommunications in the Utilities industry. This highly anticipated event offers the opportunity for thousands of information and communications technology (ICT) professionals and technology partners to network and learn how experts from around the globe are modernizing their utilities.
Cisco Live Berlin Shows Innovation and the Future of Energy and Manufacturing
Industrie 4.0 led the conversations in the industrial hall, where efficiency, productivity, and security reigned supreme as visitors sought ways to integrate their networks from the cloud to the sensor, and everything in between.
DistribuTECH 2017 Shows a Window to the Future of the Digital Grid
Enable – Differentiate – Define. This is the message Cisco brought to DistribuTECH 2017, and as the utility industry experiences their own Digital Business Transformation, the Digital Vortex draws them ever closer to the whirlwind.
The San Diego “Chargers” Has a New Meaning as DistribuTECH Rolls Into Town
Over 11,000 of the world’s utilities industry leaders from over 75 coutries will descend on the San Diego Convention Center January 31 – February 2 for DistribuTECH.
#CiscoChat Recap — Utilities Security Imperative: More Real Than Ever
On Wednesday, December 7th, @CiscoUtilities hosted Utilities Security Imperative: More Real Than Ever, a #CiscoChat focused on cybersecurity for utilities companies.
European Utility Week highlights advances in “Going Digital”
Paella, Tapas, Spanish reds, thin slices of Iberian Ham, Antoni Gaudi, and a twisty walk through the Gothic Quarter. And it was there, in the “Head and Hearth of Catalonia” where the 2016 European Utility Week was held.