IBM Service Management for the Intelligent Utility Network
The IBM Intelligent Utility Network (IUN) is IBM’s instantiation of the “smart grid,” providing solutions that can enable new business models.
The IBM Intelligent Utility Network (IUN) is IBM’s instantiation of the “smart grid,” providing solutions that can enable new business models. The IUN provides a roadmap for processes, technology, and business partners, empowering utilities with an IP-enabled, continuous sensing network which overlays and connects a utility’s equipment, devices, systems, customers, partners and employees. The IUN enables on-demand access to data and information which can be used to help better manage, automate and optimize operations and processes throughout the utility.
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