14 Nov Using Batteries to Prevent Telecommunications Systems Failures
On-grid and off-grid telecommunications towers require high-performance energy sources. Reliable backup equipment is crucial to maintaining a rapidly increasing demand for mobile services during unexpected power outages and natural disasters. To prevent telecommunications systems from failing, batteries are used to ensure applications such as fixed-wireless, fixed-wireline, broadband, and fiber optic distribution remains uninterrupted for consumers.
Technavio, a market research firm identified in a report, the top battery vendors in the telecommunications industry.
- East Penn Manufacturing
One of the leading vendors identified in Technavio’s report is East Penn Manufacturing. This manufacturer offers a wide variety of batteries and battery-related accessories, including lead-acid batteries, cable products, and wires. It also operates through four main subsidiaries:
- MK Battery
- East Penn International
- East Penn Canada
- Exide Technologies
A vendor focused on a worldwide market of customers with a need for complex stored energy, Exide Technologies offers customers a full-service battery solution. This includes lead-acid batteries that are designed for a wide array of applications and systems. These include:
- Marine Fleets
- Commercial Vehicles
Other notable vendors include:
A successful telecommunications system needs the right battery for the job. Take a look at the vendors above, as well as the linked report, for more information that might help aid you with your decision.
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