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5G: The Energy and Infrastructure Challenges AheadVertiv

Partner Programmes
Industry 4.0
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Date & Time

Wednesday, 27 Feb

15:00 - 19:00

Location

Hall 8.0 - NEXTech Theatre E

Description

Communications networks enable digital services but they exist in the real world where power, cooling, energy efficiency and resiliency count. For example, the telecoms industry is highly attuned to the future potential of 5G to drive new services and business models. But getting to that 5G future obviously means significant ongoing investment in new infrastructure from the core to the edge. As well as the capital costs of new equipment, operational costs – including energy use and carbon emissions – are also becoming an increasing priority. This program, presented by Vertiv, is an opportunity to find out more about those touch points between the digital and physical worlds. Vertiv works with global operators to help them optimise their critical infrastructure; to contain energy costs while ensuring reliability throughout the entire network, from access, core and edge sites. That can include everything from new energy-efficient cooling technology to edge data centers managed and maintained by cloud-based monitoring tools. Presentations will cover initiatives such as energy-as-a-service where operators have effectively outsourced their energy management to Vertiv enabling them to focus on their core mission of network transformation and next generation services. We’ve also been investigating, internally and with research partners, into the true energy costs of 5G and how to realise efficiencies without impacting service levels.

Open to all attendees. Pre-approved attendees will have priority. All others will be seated on a first come first served basis. Click here to indicate your interest in attending or click the “APPLY” button above.

Agenda

Welcome Address

Vertiv

Partner Programmes Wednesday, 27 Feb 15:00 - 15:10 Hall 8.0 - NEXTech Theatre E
Communications networks enable digital services but they exist in the real world where power, cooling, energy efficiency and resiliency count. For example, the telecoms industry is highly attuned to the future potential of 5G to drive new services and business models. But getting to that 5G future obviously means significant ongoing investment in new infrastructure from the core to the edge. As well as the capital costs of new equipment, operational costs – including energy use and carbon emissions – are also becoming an increasing priority. This program, presented by Vertiv, is an opportunity to find out more about those touch points between the digital and physical worlds. Vertiv works with global operators to help them optimise their critical infrastructure; to contain energy costs while ensuring reliability throughout the entire network, from access, core and edge sites. That can include everything from new energy-efficient cooling technology to edge data centers managed and maintained by cloud-based monitoring tools. Presentations will cover initiatives such as energy-as-a-service where operators have effectively outsourced their energy management to Vertiv enabling them to focus on their core mission of network transformation and next generation services. We’ve also been investigating, internally and with research partners, into the true energy costs of 5G and how to realise efficiencies without impacting service levels. Open to all attendees. Pre-approved attendees will have priority. All others will be seated on a first come first served basis. Click here to indicate your interest in attending or click the “APPLY” button above.

CEO Keynote: Where 5G Meets the Edge

Vertiv

Partner Programmes Wednesday, 27 Feb 15:10 - 15:30 Hall 8.0 - NEXTech Theatre E Industry 4.0
Communications networks enable digital services but they exist in the real world where power, cooling, energy efficiency and resiliency count. For example, the telecoms industry is highly attuned to the future potential of 5G to drive new services and business models. But getting to that 5G future obviously means significant ongoing investment in new infrastructure from the core to the edge. As well as the capital costs of new equipment, operational costs – including energy use and carbon emissions – are also becoming an increasing priority. This program, presented by Vertiv, is an opportunity to find out more about those touch points between the digital and physical worlds. Vertiv works with global operators to help them optimise their critical infrastructure; to contain energy costs while ensuring reliability throughout the entire network, from access, core and edge sites. That can include everything from new energy-efficient cooling technology to edge data centers managed and maintained by cloud-based monitoring tools. Presentations will cover initiatives such as energy-as-a-service where operators have effectively outsourced their energy management to Vertiv enabling them to focus on their core mission of network transformation and next generation services. We’ve also been investigating, internally and with research partners, into the true energy costs of 5G and how to realise efficiencies without impacting service levels. Open to all attendees. Pre-approved attendees will have priority. All others will be seated on a first come first served basis. Click here to indicate your interest in attending or click the “APPLY” button above.

Panel Discussion

Vertiv

Partner Programmes Wednesday, 27 Feb 15:30 - 16:15 Hall 8.0 - NEXTech Theatre E Industry 4.0
Communications networks enable digital services but they exist in the real world where power, cooling, energy efficiency and resiliency count. For example, the telecoms industry is highly attuned to the future potential of 5G to drive new services and business models. But getting to that 5G future obviously means significant ongoing investment in new infrastructure from the core to the edge. As well as the capital costs of new equipment, operational costs – including energy use and carbon emissions – are also becoming an increasing priority. This program, presented by Vertiv, is an opportunity to find out more about those touch points between the digital and physical worlds. Vertiv works with global operators to help them optimise their critical infrastructure; to contain energy costs while ensuring reliability throughout the entire network, from access, core and edge sites. That can include everything from new energy-efficient cooling technology to edge data centers managed and maintained by cloud-based monitoring tools. Presentations will cover initiatives such as energy-as-a-service where operators have effectively outsourced their energy management to Vertiv enabling them to focus on their core mission of network transformation and next generation services. We’ve also been investigating, internally and with research partners, into the true energy costs of 5G and how to realise efficiencies without impacting service levels. Open to all attendees. Pre-approved attendees will have priority. All others will be seated on a first come first served basis. Click here to indicate your interest in attending or click the “APPLY” button above.

Networking Break

Vertiv

Partner Programmes Wednesday, 27 Feb 16:15 - 16:45 Hall 8.0 - NEXTech Theatre E
Communications networks enable digital services but they exist in the real world where power, cooling, energy efficiency and resiliency count. For example, the telecoms industry is highly attuned to the future potential of 5G to drive new services and business models. But getting to that 5G future obviously means significant ongoing investment in new infrastructure from the core to the edge. As well as the capital costs of new equipment, operational costs – including energy use and carbon emissions – are also becoming an increasing priority. This program, presented by Vertiv, is an opportunity to find out more about those touch points between the digital and physical worlds. Vertiv works with global operators to help them optimise their critical infrastructure; to contain energy costs while ensuring reliability throughout the entire network, from access, core and edge sites. That can include everything from new energy-efficient cooling technology to edge data centers managed and maintained by cloud-based monitoring tools. Presentations will cover initiatives such as energy-as-a-service where operators have effectively outsourced their energy management to Vertiv enabling them to focus on their core mission of network transformation and next generation services. We’ve also been investigating, internally and with research partners, into the true energy costs of 5G and how to realise efficiencies without impacting service levels. Open to all attendees. Pre-approved attendees will have priority. All others will be seated on a first come first served basis. Click here to indicate your interest in attending or click the “APPLY” button above.

Survey Results: Operators Hopes and Fears for 5G

Vertiv

Partner Programmes Wednesday, 27 Feb 16:45 - 17:15 Hall 8.0 - NEXTech Theatre E Industry 4.0
Communications networks enable digital services but they exist in the real world where power, cooling, energy efficiency and resiliency count. For example, the telecoms industry is highly attuned to the future potential of 5G to drive new services and business models. But getting to that 5G future obviously means significant ongoing investment in new infrastructure from the core to the edge. As well as the capital costs of new equipment, operational costs – including energy use and carbon emissions – are also becoming an increasing priority. This program, presented by Vertiv, is an opportunity to find out more about those touch points between the digital and physical worlds. Vertiv works with global operators to help them optimise their critical infrastructure; to contain energy costs while ensuring reliability throughout the entire network, from access, core and edge sites. That can include everything from new energy-efficient cooling technology to edge data centers managed and maintained by cloud-based monitoring tools. Presentations will cover initiatives such as energy-as-a-service where operators have effectively outsourced their energy management to Vertiv enabling them to focus on their core mission of network transformation and next generation services. We’ve also been investigating, internally and with research partners, into the true energy costs of 5G and how to realise efficiencies without impacting service levels. Open to all attendees. Pre-approved attendees will have priority. All others will be seated on a first come first served basis. Click here to indicate your interest in attending or click the “APPLY” button above.

If 5G is King, then Energy is Queen and she wears the trousers

Vertiv

Partner Programmes Wednesday, 27 Feb 17:15 - 17:45 Hall 8.0 - NEXTech Theatre E Industry 4.0
Communications networks enable digital services but they exist in the real world where power, cooling, energy efficiency and resiliency count. For example, the telecoms industry is highly attuned to the future potential of 5G to drive new services and business models. But getting to that 5G future obviously means significant ongoing investment in new infrastructure from the core to the edge. As well as the capital costs of new equipment, operational costs – including energy use and carbon emissions – are also becoming an increasing priority. This program, presented by Vertiv, is an opportunity to find out more about those touch points between the digital and physical worlds. Vertiv works with global operators to help them optimise their critical infrastructure; to contain energy costs while ensuring reliability throughout the entire network, from access, core and edge sites. That can include everything from new energy-efficient cooling technology to edge data centers managed and maintained by cloud-based monitoring tools. Presentations will cover initiatives such as energy-as-a-service where operators have effectively outsourced their energy management to Vertiv enabling them to focus on their core mission of network transformation and next generation services. We’ve also been investigating, internally and with research partners, into the true energy costs of 5G and how to realise efficiencies without impacting service levels. Open to all attendees. Pre-approved attendees will have priority. All others will be seated on a first come first served basis. Click here to indicate your interest in attending or click the “APPLY” button above.

Networking Break

Vertiv

Partner Programmes Wednesday, 27 Feb 17:45 - 18:45 Hall 8.0 - NEXTech Theatre E
Communications networks enable digital services but they exist in the real world where power, cooling, energy efficiency and resiliency count. For example, the telecoms industry is highly attuned to the future potential of 5G to drive new services and business models. But getting to that 5G future obviously means significant ongoing investment in new infrastructure from the core to the edge. As well as the capital costs of new equipment, operational costs – including energy use and carbon emissions – are also becoming an increasing priority. This program, presented by Vertiv, is an opportunity to find out more about those touch points between the digital and physical worlds. Vertiv works with global operators to help them optimise their critical infrastructure; to contain energy costs while ensuring reliability throughout the entire network, from access, core and edge sites. That can include everything from new energy-efficient cooling technology to edge data centers managed and maintained by cloud-based monitoring tools. Presentations will cover initiatives such as energy-as-a-service where operators have effectively outsourced their energy management to Vertiv enabling them to focus on their core mission of network transformation and next generation services. We’ve also been investigating, internally and with research partners, into the true energy costs of 5G and how to realise efficiencies without impacting service levels. Open to all attendees. Pre-approved attendees will have priority. All others will be seated on a first come first served basis. Click here to indicate your interest in attending or click the “APPLY” button above.

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