Sunday, 24 September 2017

ZTE launches PowerMaster ONE

ZTE
Tuesday 25 October 16

ZTE Corporation, a major international provider of telecommunications, enterprise and consumer technology solutions for the Mobile Internet, today announced the launch of its new generation PowerMaster One hybrid energy solution at the 38th International Telecommunication Energy Conference (Intelec) in Austin, USA. The new solution aims to help telecom operators improve network efficiency and reduce total cost of ownership (TCO)…

ZTE Corporation, a major international provider of telecommunications, enterprise and consumer technology solutions for the Mobile Internet, today announced the launch of its new generation PowerMaster One hybrid energy solution at the 38th International Telecommunication Energy Conference (Intelec) in Austin, USA. The new solution aims to help telecom operators improve network efficiency and reduce total cost of ownership (TCO).

With an all-in-one and highly compatible design, ZTE’s new PowerMaster ONE solution provides telecom operators with a suite of benefits including multiple energy input support, unified management, a reduction in floor area by more than 50 percent as well as in engineering time by 80 percent. Highly intelligent, with extensive functions to allow the merging of wind and solar power technologies, the solution also benefits from a mechanical and electronic anti-theft design to effectively protect the safety of energy assets. It can be connected to ZTE’s iEnergy site energy management solution through multiple transmission modes for full monitoring and preventive maintenance on network energy.

Yuanhua Huang, an expert from ZTE’s Energy Department, gave a speech at the exhibition forum. Entitled “Green & Magic Energy Box – ZTE New Generation Hybrid Solution – PowerMaster One”, Huang’s speech highlighted the innovative concept and technology used in PowerMaster ONE. The solution helps telecom operators maximise energy efficiency in particular in the background where telecom operators are gradually selling passive assets to infrastructure operators. It also allows seamless site expansion and upgrades from a single user to multiple users in order to avoid loss of early investment for customers.

In addition, Weibo Li, an energy architecture expert from ZTE published a paper titled “An Innovative Energy Management System for Telecom Energy Network” at the conference. The paper discussed the strengths of ZTE’s cloud based network energy management solution, iEnergy, and how it helps customers optimise and improve energy/operations and maintenance (O&M) efficiency through preventive maintenance, network energy management and big data analysis.

The International Telecommunication Energy Conference is one of the key industry conferences supported by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and the Power Electronics Society (PELS) where experts from all over the world publish academic papers to demonstrate frontier technologies, as well as to discuss the latest trends in the telecom energy sector.

As a pioneer in the practical application of the energy internet, ZTE energy products and solutions have been making continuous innovations in network energy management and helping telecom operators around the world to optimise network energy consumption.


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