eSite Power Systems receives new order for its x10 telecom site power supply system for rollout in eastern Africa.
11-01-2021 06:57:56 | by: Nixon Kanali | hits: 3323 | Tags:

eSite Power Systems' eSite x10 telecom site power supply system has received another order to deploy in the network of a mobile operator in eastern Africa. 

The company says eSite x10 will continue to delivery operational savings with its one-of-a-kind purpose-built design and functionality. The functionality that comes out of a solution that has been built specifically to cater to the harsh conditions at telecom sites in rural areas means lower maintenance, lower CO2 emissions and much longer lifespan than competing solutions.

The eSite system will be pre-equipped to use solar energy and will be used to provide stable and reliable power at cell sites where the electricity grid supply is unreliable or unavailable.

“I am delighted to see again our customers trusting the performance and superior reliability of the eSite x10”, said Mattias Karlsson, CEO, eSite Power Systems.

“Energy as a Service demands the highest levels of performance and reliability from telecom site power systems. Our customers have seen what we can deliver with the eSite x10 and continue to come back to rely on our product. Managing telecom sites in tough operational condition require equipment that is reliable and low maintenance and the eSite x10 is perfect for this.”

eSite Power Systems is a Sweden-based technology company specialising in telecom site power management systems. The company just celebrated its one-year anniversary after being spun out as its own company.

“It is great to see the continuous trust of our customers. Our team is very dedicated to deliver the best product there is to the market and I think we have shown that we are truly a vendor to count on”, said Karlsson. “We have an strong product roadmap and keep investing in making the products even better. Our eSite Tools, the eSite’s built-in remote management system give our customers very important insights to the site’s performance and we keep expanding the functionality.”