The Telecom industry is changing dramatically and one of the greatest changes is the development of 5G.
Consumers are demanding more data and faster broadband speeds. Telco operators are faced with the challenge of expanding their footprint in order to bring connectivity closer to the customer.
Fifth generation (5G) wireless technologies will be gaining ground quickly, unleashing the full potential of augmented and virtual reality, Smart Cities, Smart homes, and IoT. This cutting edge technology will enable super-fast connections with average download speeds of around 1GBps.
These capabilities will create opportunities for telecommunications providers that include virtual training, remote health care, innovative classroom learning applications, robust e-commerce sites, autonomous vehicles, and low orbiting satellites connecting remote areas.
Telecom operators must evaluate their existing infrastructure to ensure that it is able to support a high-density computing environment as these emerging technologies become reality. The unique facility set up for Telcos incorporates geographically dispersed IP connected core, edge, transmission and access sites.
The core network supports a large array of functions from hosting cloud and colo offerings, supporting and enabling mobile and web services, and handling backend IT requirements of businesses.
Unfortunately, the Telco Core is prone to high heat densities due to an increase demand in computing requirements. All areas of the Telco infrastructure will have to be optimized for 5G and IoT needs. This optimization includes AC and DC power supplies to servers, racks, switches, space, power and cooling.
PTI Products for the Telecommunications Industry include:
- Batteries and power systems
- Battery/Power Monitoring systems
- Smart Cabinets
- Enclosures (indoor and outdoor)
- Thermal Management solutions
- Integrated Modular Solutions