Critical telecommunications infrastructure needs to up the amount of diesel that they keep at base stations to power generators when mains go offline during weather disasters, such as Tropical Cyclone Yasi, according to Ergon Energy's telecommunications manager Andrew Deme.
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I have written several times in the past about turnkey solutions being deployed by some telecommunications companies, notably Alcatel-Lucent, to extend the mobile telecommunications network in the absence of an established electricity source. Now, two World Economic Forum technology pioneers--Vihaan Networks Ltd.
New efficiency technology for telco data centers could inform work on cloud data centers.
How much power does your smartphone draw on a daily basis? Nokia Siemens Networks steps up to help telcos get a better handle on energy consumption and efficiency.
CEO has £850m burning a hole in his pocket and the whole telco sector is in need of some attention...
Not as far as people's houses if the current state of the market is anything to go by
The few remaining telcos left in the local loop unbundling process may unite against BT in their effort to provided services
Oftel forces BT to lower business prices
Another telco turns its back on unbundling
Telcos Energis and Thus have won a draft determination from Oftel that BT has to negotiate better terms for wholesale DSL network access.
BTopenworld says it gets no special favours from BT while competitors throw more complaints at Oftel
Frustration over unbundling has prompted ntl to offer its own ADSL service, but only for businesses
Get confused when British Gas started selling electricity? Er... now it's a telco...
Ezesurf comes under Trading Standards scrutiny
BT accused of blocking HDSLA major row between BT and rival telecoms operators has broken out over the deployment of DSL technologies ZDNet News learnt Tuesday.
Now Oftel says it's getting directly involved to cut phone charges
Analysts don't like it, customers don't like it, now the body looking after the UK's ISPs tells us it doesn't like it either...