For outages caused by a loss of power, data center operators now have an opportunity to reverse the trend, and more importantly associated declines in revenue and brand power.
For those that want to keep their ratepayer relationships intact, it’s time for utilities to offer their customers not only what they need now, but what they will certainly be clamoring for in the future: cheaper, cleaner energy.
Data is power. And once operators of commercial and industrial properties have the technology to track their daily use of electricity—down to the minute—they’re going to use the literal form of power only when they need it.
While technology selection and construction could vary greatly among carriers, there are five technologies that are getting a lot of 5G buzz.
With robust foundational infrastructure, a connected community can more effectively integrate connect-sense-and-respond capabilities into its framework, changing the very nature of its system.
A few years from now, perhaps some would argue this is already the case, the next generation will look back in perplexity at a time when record companies and radio stations had one-way control over distributing music to the masses.