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5G at the Edge

COMPUTING CLOSER TO THE USER

Although 5G networks and the Edge have emerged and grown independently, they share a core objective: enabling advanced, low-latency applications by bringing computing closer to the end user. Today, telecom providers are deploying their own edge resources and exploring relationships with existing edge computing providers to support their growing 5G networks.

As edge computing has become increasingly essential to critical business operations, the sites have become more robust and sophisticated, with enterprise-level availability requirements and remote monitoring and management capabilities. At Vertiv, we enable this functionality through smart AC UPS and power distribution systems, efficient thermal management solutions, simple-to-use monitoring platforms, advanced console servers and KVMs, and integrated, modular systems that efficiently bring it all together.

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Case Study

When a telecommunications company in Australia was preparing for its 5G rollout by fortifying its IT base, Vertiv helped make it happen. The team deployed Vertiv™ SmartRow™ and Vertiv™ SmartAisle™ modular solutions that brought together UPS systems, racks, and cooling infrastructure to meet those IT needs, allowing this provider of telco products and services to virtualize its IT backbone.

EDGE TECHNOLOGY TO SUPPORT 5G

Remotely monitor and manage edge resources supporting our 5G network

 

Key Considerations
  • Identifying the key variables required for monitoring
  • Ensuring power and thermal infrastructure are equipped for connectivity
  • Ensuring resources are available to monitor and respond to alerts

 

 

Rapidly implement new infrastructure for edge technology refresh

 

Key Considerations
  • Evaluating potential for standardizing infrastructure to simplify ordering, configuration and deployment
  • Determining feasibility of using factory integration services to receive IT-ready infrastructure on site
  • Determining the availability and skill level of resources to install edge technology

 

 

Cost-effectively service our growing distributed network with limited resources

 

Key Considerations
  • What local resources are available for installation and servicing of remote resources
  • Ensuring timely response to service requirements, such as low
    battery capacity

 

 

 

 

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