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Article Date: 24th March 2016

Emerson Network Power Showcases Recent Prefabricated Installations and Expanding Portfolio at Mobile World Congress

Prefabricated Solutions - Critical Infrastructure - Power Management

Emerson Network Power at Mobile World Congress

Emerson Network Power, a business of Emerson (NYSE: EMR) and the world’s leading provider of critical infrastructure for information and communications technology systems, is showcasing its expansive telecom portfolio and highlighting several notable recent deployments as part of its activities at Mobile World Congress (MWC) this week. The latest projects – all deployed using leading-edge prefabricated solutions – include a switch site in the Middle East, a telecom data centre in Eastern Europe and transatlantic cable landing stations in Canada and the UK.

Emerson Network Power’s display at MWC, located in Suite G13, Hall 2, , illustrates the company’s depth and breadth of infrastructure solutions as well as its global reach and expertise.

“Our world is shrinking and nations are standardising on the language of data – and increasingly relying upon its fast, reliable transmission to do business,” said Steve McKinney, vice president, power management and integrated modular solutions, Emerson Network Power. “Traditional designations around telecom or data centre infrastructure are becoming virtually obsolete as our information ecosystem evolves to encompass a vast network of core and access sites serving multiple masters. Today’s solutions must be engineered to the ever-changing needs and environments of our customers and their voice or data networks – whether they’re in Barcelona, Lagos, Beijing or Boston – and the options for such designs are almost limitless.”

In response to these needs, Emerson Network Power is introducing two new product platforms for the wireless access market: the NetXtend™ M Series outdoor enclosure and the NetSure™ 5100 hybrid power system. Both are available in Europe, Middle East and Africa. Featuring a robust enclosure design for maximum durability in tough environments, the NetXtend M Series is available in three standard sizes with space for customer equipment, power and batteries. The enclosure family offers multiple thermal solutions that, in combination with the NetSure 5100 system’s industry-leading environmental endurance, optimise energy efficiency and lower OPEX.

The new NetSure 5100 hybrid system features plug-and-play modules for solar converters, DC-DC converters and rectifiers. It can be easily configured for generators, solar and other DC sources, such as wind and hydrogen power. The integrated, user-friendly NetSure Control Unit (NCU) has an intuitive interface and multiple communication options which enable easy connection to a remote infrastructure management system.

Whether the end-user application is on- or off-grid, the NetXtend M Series and the NetSure 5100 can be adapted to changing conditions and demands, making them an ideal fit for a myriad of deployments.

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