China Tower establishes new subsidiaries focusing on energy and “intelligent connections”

CTC broadens its positioning to enable the electric vehicle ecosystem, power services, IoT and “social towers”

Read this article to learn:

  • What is the scale and scope of these new subsidiaries, and who will run them?
  • What standby power supply systems are typically used at CTC sites?
  • How CTC’s new Tower Energy business is creating and leveraging partnerships in edge computing and EV charging
  • The concept of “social towers”, social information and IoT, and how these converge within CTC’s new Tower Zhilian (“Intelligent Connection”) business

In June 2019, the world’s largest tower company, China Tower Corporation (CTC), created two new subsidiaries to extend a philosophy of smart sharing to energy and “intelligent connections.” In carving out subsidiaries Tower Energy and Tower Zhilian, CTC has created the world’s largest consumer of telecom energy equipment and services, and a landmark new centre…

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