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Improving Water Utility Operations While Reducing Communications Costs

White Paper Published By: Cambium Networks
Cambium Networks
Published:  Oct 03, 2016
Type:  White Paper
Length:  3 pages

When communities grow, utilities must also grow and change to support the increased demands. When the city of Playa del Carmen, Mexico, grew by adding new residential areas and hotel developments, the water services needed to be upgraded. Both the drinking water supply and waste water collection and treatment facilities were expanded to accommodate the increasing population.

While the water services infrastructure was being improved, Aguakan also had the responsibility to ensure that the operations would be first class as well. The previous communications infrastructure to monitor systems and connect offices had been provided by the local public telecommunications service provider, and the amount of communications would exceed their services and cost parameters.

Aguakan needed a solution and was on a tight timeline to implement a communications network. Download this case study to learn more about how Aguakan utilized Cambium Networks to improve water utility operations while reducing communications costs.

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communication costs, utility operations, system monitoring, logistics