Uninterrupted Power and Backup Generators for the Telecommunications Industry
The telecommunications industry has become essential in every aspect of our daily lives, delivering wireless communications, cellular data, telephone, TV and internet services. Providing the primary means of communication to virtually all businesses, households, and individuals, telecommunications firms supply an essential service to the economy. Industries like aviation, emergency response, banking, healthcare and more rely on telecommunications to function. Without reliable, uninterrupted coverage to send and receive communication signals, our lives would come to a standstill.
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Why is Backup Power Critical for Telecom Operations?
Telecommunications towers connect to the power grid and send communication transmission signals. A simple power outage can cause massive disruptions in the telecom world. If a communication site or tower loses electricity, data flow is interrupted. Backup and standby generators are needed to keep vital information flowing.
A backup energy management plan is essential in the operation of telecom towers. Generators are a cost-effective and energy-efficient solution to meet power supply needs. Although battery backup is used for many telecommunications towers, emergency generators provide an additional layer of security and stability.
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Two types of generators function as a reliable backup source for telecom towers: natural gas and diesel generators. Natural gas generators use clean-burning fuel from natural gas utility systems but are dependent on reliable utility services to generate the energy. Diesel generators use diesel fuel stored in tanks unaffected by utility outages, making diesel industrial generators the most reliable backup power source for telecommunications operations.
Efficient communication is the foundation of our communities and businesses. Depco has the power solutions you need to keep communication capabilities up and running, even when the power grid goes down.