Next level communication: the growth of artificial intelligence in passive infrastructure

Huawei want your air con to talk to your batteries, and your diesel generator to speak to your engineer, creating intelligent networks across the globe

Read this article to learn:

  • The potential for data growth in the African market
  • Tenancy ratios in Africa compared to developed markets
  • Huawei’s vision for the future of cell site power in Africa
  • How artificial intelligence can contribute to significant energy efficiencies

Huawei’s impressive global scope and position as market leader in the telecom and telecom power sectors has won them significant business in the African market to date. Their intelligent RMS system allows the NOC to monitor, diagnose and communicate the health of the network and infrastructure, combining site-level details with network-level visibility. Huawei see that…

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