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Cisco for Utilities

Smart grid solutions to accelerate utility modernization, security, and reliability.

Solutions for utility companies

Grid security

Provide cyber threat protection, detection, and remediation to protect grid integrity and assets.

Connected substation

Flexible multiservice networks for industrial automation, control, and WAN transformation.

Distribution grid management

Comprehensive, secure monitoring for smart grid control in the era of distributed energy resources.

Field area networking

Extend secure, reliable connectivity to new and legacy assets with a solid foundation.

Workforce enablement

Connect crews, fleets, and digital assets to improve productivity and collaboration.

Explore the Cisco utilities portfolio

Discover the use cases and architectures that are making a difference in the utility industry.

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Reduce risk

Through security, visibility, and automation

Improve efficiency

With a modernized grid and better asset identification

Strengthen resiliency

By withstanding, recovering and adapting to incidents

Increase productivity

With greater accessibility and mobility

Making NERC CIP compliance easy

Learn about NERC CIP requirements and see how Cisco integrated solutions can help you achieve compliance

News and events

Join us for the Cisco DA for wireless webinar

Making Sense of Distribution Automation Deployment Options for Wireless Networks webinar will be September 23 at 9:00 a.m. Pacific Time. Hear from industry experts from SEL, Landis & Gyr, and Cisco as we present how to build a multiservice field area network that accommodates grid automation.

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Security for the utility grid

Global utilities are designing and building resilience in their modern grid deployments. Learn how Cisco can enhance grid security postures without compromising reliability or network response time.

Keeping the power on in the Midwest

During a state-wide systems upgrade, having backup LTE was key. In one month alone, we gained an additional 10,000 hours of availability system-wide while electrical gear was being replaced.

Eric Rupp, Principal network engineer at Great River Energy