With vast reams of data becoming available, towercos and MNOs are investing significant manpower and money into how to leverage the power of such data. In this article, TowerXchange speaks with Asentria’s Director of Sales & Marketing, Jon Baars to find out more.
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There are a wide variety of networking challenges facing telecom network operators at their remote telecom sites. More and more systems (eg. Generators, HVAC, DC Rectifiers) at remote telecom sites have network based “smart” interfaces that could provide valuable data to help manage the [...]
A regional mobile network operator (MNO) in the Great Plains region of the United States came to Asentria looking for an inexpensive and simple solution to help assist in keeping their network online during extreme weather conditions.
Asentria’s SiteBoss is an intelligent Remote Terminal Unit (RTU) device designed to improve the efficiency and resilience of telecom sites and networks. It is an advanced device that has the ability to monitor, control, and automate multiple variables at a base station.
As severe weather continues to increase across all regions around the world, telecom networks are prioritizing their network’s resiliency and improving their control and management of power.
Effective monitoring of various power-related sub-systems (AC meters, generators, DC rectifiers, batteries, fuel cells, solar arrays, or other newer hybrid power systems) can give a complete picture of power-related issues at a site. This allows for better troubleshooting and reduced downtime [...]
Scripting for the SiteBoss is a very powerful way to add features into the unit that are specific for a particular situation. It is being used more and more to add that one more thing that is needed to make a Siteboss just the right solution for a particular problem.
As telecommunications networks evolve, the equipment inside of cell site shelters evolves as well and in many cases, the existing equipment that handles the environmental alarming for the site becomes obsolete.