Towards the end of September, we attended the EUTC annual conference, hosted this year in Lisbon, Portugal. The core theme of the conference was ‘Telecommunications empowering the digital utility’.
EUTC continues the quest to inform, understand and share best practices from around the world in the highly specialised world of Utility Telecommunications. The conference brings new insights to this field, updates on progress across working groups and actively encourages the sharing of expert opinion and practical deployment through formal and informal discussion. Delegates have ample opportunity to network in an intense, focused but enjoyable atmosphere, over three days of presentations, panels and workshops.
Becoming a focal talking point in recent years, security once again featured highly in discussions. Perhaps appropriate then that RACOM chose this event to introduce the latest RipEX firmware release including IPsec and other security features, to provide a fully secure radio network without compromises!
As ever, our guys took full advantage of the focused attention of so many influential people from the utilities market to establish current and future requirements in the market and ensure that RACOM continues to position itself where it can meet that need and remain placed, as a producer that should be considered as a viable option in any radio network.
Thanks for the time shared with so many friends, old and new and we look forward to meeting up again in the near future.
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