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Indeed, the challenges of aging electrical grids in many parts of our very connected world, makes a steady supply of electricity imperative. For many industries, the cost of business failure outweighs the cost of a business continuity solution. This is especially true at telecom providers where the business model is pay-per-use (talk). For electricity providers and other utility companies, grid downtime is extremely expensive too—and not just to utilities. In 2015, grid failures cost an estimated USD 110 billion to the US economy.
May 28, 2017 | www.foresternetwork.com