A TELECOM INFRASTRUCTURE UPGRADE IS KEY TO NETWORK RELIABILITY AND INCREASING VALUE

Reliability is a key factor for telecom networks. However, the aging infrastructure of many existing telecom storage solutions endangers the safety of the valuable equipment they house, posing potential disruption to network communications.

Technology is Changing Rapidly

Today’s consumers hover at the brink of a major telecommunications upgrade as powerful 5G data networks are undergoing field testing to be launched worldwide. The increased capabilities offered by 5G will allow the creation of seamless digital ecosystems, reshaping the way people live, work, and interact with each other. However, a lack in the needed fiber infrastructure nearer to end customers affects America’s ability to take full advantage of 5G’s potential. Revamping technology infrastructure provides the flexibility to take advantage of new business initiatives and processes to keep up with changing market conditions. In short, a targeted infrastructure upgrade strategy allows stakeholders to meet both current and future needs.

Upgrading Your Infrastructure Regularly Should be a Business Priority

Perceiving it as costly and/or disruptive to operations, some businesses delay upgrading their telecom infrastructure while others simply shelve the task until it’s eventually forgotten. There are, however, a number of significant benefits to upgrading infrastructure regularly. For one, as data volume grows and needs change, antiquated infrastructure is less likely to keep pace which can lead to slow performance or interrupted processes. In addition, outmoded security protocols of aging operating systems or physical structures, such as telecom shelters and cabinets, make it easier for hackers to exploit vulnerabilities. By upgrading systems regularly, companies can ensure improved efficiency, productivity, sustainability, and above all, security.

Telecom Shelters are an Investment That Pays Dividends 

When compared to other products available, such as cabinets, concrete equipment shelters from Fibrebond offer superior reliability, as well as a number of other distinct advantages. Fibrebond shelters lower equipment operating temperatures, reducing high-temperature shutdowns and/or costly equipment damage. Fibrebond upgrades are simplified as all equipment can be installed at the plant and delivered directly to the cell site. And as needs and technology evolve, upgrades and capacity expansion can be accommodated in the initial enclosure. Finally, concrete shelters enhance security, providing protection against theft, vandalism, and inclement weather, and serve as a secure work environment for network technicians.

Concrete Shelters from Fibrebond Provide a Better Way to Protect Your Equipment 

A telecom infrastructure upgrade increases value through improved protection, performance, reliability, and uptime of telecom equipment. A wise investment offering significantly greater protection and efficiency for valuable hardware, a telecom shelter upgrade can provide peace of mind now and for years to come.

Concrete equipment shelters from Fibrebond have been the industry standard for equipment protection since 1982. Our shelters are designed to meet all zoning and permitting requirements with unique exteriors available to match existing structures. And Fibrebond’s automated concrete production facility allows for faster throughput time, tighter construction tolerances and increased volume, providing quick deployment, unparalleled security, and the sustainability to grow with advancing technology. Backed by over 35 years’ experience delivering consistent, high quality products to our customers, Fibrebond’s dependable, knowledgeable team can ensure project, equipment and timeline requirements are met.

To find out more, visit https://www.fibrebond.com/markets/telecom/ today.

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