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A fibre connection can enable the transfer of huge volumes of data, and underpins the deployment of the latest mobile technologies such as 5G.

An optical fibre is used to transmit information over long distances, with far less signal degradation than metallic cables or radio-based solutions. The data is transmitted as pulses of light which travel along a flexible, transparent fibre made of glass or plastic not much thicker than a human hair. Fibre optic cables are deployed which contain multiple fibre strands – sometimes many hundreds of fibres in a single cable.

Even radio solutions require a fixed connection into the core network at some point, and fibre is the optimum method. It decouples future increases in capacity demand from rises in the cost of transmission: fibre costs remain the same no matter the bandwidth required. And it can handle backhaul, fronthaul, low latency, and C-RAN architecture, enabling 5G to flourish.

Cellnex UK offers fibre as part of the Connected Location solution for clustered small cell deployments, and is introducing a ‘fibre-to-the-tower’ solution to provide added value to Site Share customers.

A fibre connection can enable the transfer of huge volumes of data, and underpins the deployment of the latest mobile technologies such as 5G. An optical fibre is used to optical fibre is used to transmit information over long distances, with far less signal degradation than metallic cables or radio-based solutions. The data is transmitted as pulses of light which travel along a flexible, transparent fibre made of glass or plastic not much thicker than a human hair. Fibre optic cables are deployed which contain multiple fibre strands – sometimes many hundreds of fibres in a single cable.

Even radio solutions require a fixed connection into the core network at some point, and fibre is the optimum method. It decouples future increases in capacity demand from rises in the cost of transmission: fibre costs remain the same no matter the bandwidth required. And it can handle backhaul, fronthaul, low latency, and C-RAN architecture, enabling 5G to flourish.

Cellnex UK offers fibre as part of the Connected Location solution for clustered small cell deployments, and is introducing a ‘fibre-to-the-tower’ solution to provide added value to Site Share customers.

Connected Street Infrastructure In London: Leading the way in connecting Small Cell assets to dark fibre

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5G is a disruptive change that will allow technologies like big data and artificial intelligence to be rolled out with unprecedented power. That's why BASF is installing 5G networks which in combination with our Curiosity supercomputer, the fastest in the worldwide chemical industry, will allow us to develop solutions unimaginable up until this point.

Carles Navarro

_GENERAL DIRECTOR BASF

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This project will be a turning point for the Tarragona production Centre. With 5G, we´ll be taking a leap forward that will allow us to advance exponentially towards a new way of operating. This is the first project of its kind in the chemical industry.

Benjamin Hepfer

_PRODUCTION CENTER DIRECTOR BASF

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Networking Operating Centers (NOC)

Cellnex services are backed up by real-time monitoring and management around the clock. Our Network Operations Centres(NOCs) enable proactive network management and fast response to incidents.

Effective incident management processes ensure appropriate escalation, timely resolution, and proactive communications with stakeholders throughout.

Site and network elements commonly monitored in our NOCs are:

  • Security
  • Energy: DC Rectifier, Electrical panels
  • Active equipment availability
  • Beacons
  • Fire detection

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