Controllis sets a new precedent for reliable network power delivery
A new initiative from DC hybrid power
systems manufacturer Controllis is set to help bring more reliable
mobile coverage within reach of people in even the most remote areas.
The ‘Five 5s’ programme cuts the up-front and ongoing costs of providing reliable network power to mobile phone towers and offers peace of mind when it comes to maintenance – removing a lot of the barriers to deploying and operating mobile networks in rural communities in countries with little existing infrastructure.
said Lee Johnson, head of sales and marketing at Controllis.
The Five 5s programme includes a unique 5-year battery-life guarantee, on top of 5 years of free remote monitoring, a full 5-year warranty on the hybrid power system, a 5-year leasing capability and the option of 5 nines of reliability – or 99.999% uptime.
said Mr Johnson.
Tower companies typically spend hundreds of millions – and, in some cases, billions – of dollars buying and operating sites. The Controllis 5-year leasing option means they can avoid up-front costs on power systems and dramatically reduce ongoing costs – aligning their spend more closely with their operating models.
The remote monitoring element of the Five 5s programme includes a connectivity option via built-in data SIMs and access to the Controllis cloud-based remote management server. The visibility and control of remote sites provided by the monitoring dramatically reduces the number of site visits.
The Controllis range of DC generators and hybrid energy power solutions helps mobile operators and tower companies provide more reliable and cost-effective power networks – giving them competitive advantage through improved network access and a better user experience.
Controllis is a DC power and hybrid systems manufacturer headquartered in the UK. Founded more than 10 years ago, the company has focused its business on providing high-efficiency and high-reliability power systems for mobile operators and tower companies. Controllis’s commercial activities are focused on Asia, Africa and Europe, where it works closely with operators and tower companies directly and also through system integrator partners. The company provides its customers with clean, low-cost, reliable power with full remote visibility via an advanced remote management and analytics platform. Controllis has developed all of its software and hardware systems in the UK, where it employs engineers, technicians and support staff out of sites in the East of England and Scotland.