Reduce Risk, Save Energy, Release Capacity
Thanks to EkkoSense’s balanced cooling approach, national telecoms providers can rely on more compliant and resilient networks – and that leads directly to improved network quality and reliability.
With EkkoSense in place, telecoms operator can take advantage of comprehensive cooling system troubleshooting as well as an upgrade design service to improve performance.
EkkoSense’s pro-active telecoms site cooling maintenance strategies help to optimize systems performance, maximising your systems lifespan and ensuring you get the best return on your networks investment.
For telecoms, network quality and reliability is conditional on the consistent performance of thermally sensitive transmission equipment. This is particularly the case when it is installed across a range of environments - internal rooms, cabinets, cabins and switch sites. Critical equipment is frequently deployed in hard-to-access locations – such as rooftops and church towers, so getting cooling right across this kind of extended network requires an intelligent, balanced approach. EkkoSense can help.
EkkoSense supports telecoms firms with a comprehensive cooling programme as well as estate management services, site audits and site analysis using our innovative EkkoSensors and EkkoSoft 3D visualization software. Services available to telecom operators, managed service contractors and ADCs include desktop and onsite assessments and surveys, the replacement and upgrade of cooling systems as well as environmental monitoring and performance assessment.
Services to Network Operators include bespoke fresh air cooling system design and installation, alarm data analysis, as well as access to in-depth building cooling system design tools such as cooling policies, standards, best practice guidelines and cooling calculators.
EkkoSense’s market-leading knowledge of major telecoms network infrastructure means we can focus on solving your network’s specific thermal and cooling challenges. Specific EkkoSense services here include initial vendor cooling system assessment and verification, advice on legal and regulatory issues concerning cooling systems, providing support for legacy and discontinued systems, resolving thermal issues around transformer chambers in buildings, sealed rooms and GRP enclosures, as well as optimizing overall cooling network energy efficiency.