GenCell Energy Participates in the Rural Site Configuration PlugFest 2020 Workshop
GenCell Offers Best Practices for Powering Rural Telecom Sites with Durable, Maintenance-free Fuel Cells
Petah Tikva, Israel – October 20, 2020 – GenCell Energy, a leading Israel-based manufacturer of fuel cell energy solutions, today announces that the company is proud to participate in the Telecom Infra Project (TIP) Rural Site Configuration (RSC) PlugFest Workshop, which will be held between October 20 – 22nd, 2020. Along with a PlugFest member-only results reveal, the workshop will include live panels open to the public focused on a variety of rural site deployment themes such as Total Cost of Ownership and Rural Site Deployment Challenges. GenCell will be on hand to participate in the panel on Rural Site Deployment Best Practices and Site Maintenance & Monitoring where the company will share findings and conclusions and to host a virtual booth showcasing the company’s rural site solutions.
GenCell is pleased to be a member of the global TIP community, driving innovation in infrastructure solutions to advance global connectivity and to maximize interoperability between solutions from different telecom providers, in rural and urban environments. As GenCell expands its telecom provider install base with more cell sites around the globe, the company looks to collaborate with leading service providers and technology partners to ensure easy access to standardized power solutions for cell sites worldwide. As a member of the PlugFest RSC Workshop, GenCell is pleased to help validate best practices for powering rural telecom sites, reviewing and approving rural site configurations in an effort to develop a playbook for rural telecom providers.
Comments Amit Ashkenazi, VP Global Sales for GenCell Energy, “GenCell Energy recognizes the important contribution of the RSC PlugFest Workshop in defining best practices for powering rural telecom deployments, both to maximize connectivity so as to close the digital divide and to support deployment of advanced Industrial IoT projects in rural regions that enable smart agriculture, advanced telemedicine, remote asset management and long-distance transportation applications as well as other new important and profitable rural use cases that bring value to the telecom industry.
About the Telecom Infra Project
The Telecom Infra Project (TIP) is a global community of companies and organizations that are driving infrastructure solutions to advance global connectivity. Half of the world’s population is still not connected to the internet, and for those who are, connectivity is often insufficient. This limits access to the multitude of consumer and commercial benefits provided by the internet, thereby impacting GDP growth globally. However, a lack of flexibility in the current solutions – exacerbated by a limited choice in technology providers – makes it challenging for operators to efficiently build and upgrade networks. Founded in 2016, TIP is a community of diverse members that includes hundreds of companies – from service providers and technology partners, to systems integrators and other connectivity stakeholders. We are working together to develop, test and deploy open, disaggregated, and standards-based solutions that deliver the high quality connectivity that the world needs – now and in the decades to come. Find out more: www.telecominfraproject.com
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