Communications & Data Centers
The telecommunication industry is continuing to bring connectivity to billions of people around the world. The increasing demand for wireless communication has required new technologies and delivery of clean, reliable power to sites that are often remote. Service providers and cell site operators are directly impacted by power outages. As a result, energy storage, microgrids and renewable energy sources are demonstrating value in the telecom industry.
In the Nexceris Sensors division, systems can be used to provide monitoring of all venting categories outlined in the Radio Technical Commission for Aeronautics (RTCA) standards. Doing so can improve your situational awareness of the system while providing valuable warning of a failing battery, so you can support ensure a safe and reliable energy source.
Our world is continuing to become more digital and connected. Data centers provide the infrastructure to enable this rapid change and are therefore becoming more in demand with strong year over year growth. This growth increases the demands for cooling, power sources, redundancy, and energy storage.
Data centers are increasingly adopting renewable energy sources to responsibly increase the power demands while improving resiliency.
As with telecommunications applications, the Nexceris Sensors division is developing systems which can be used to provide monitoring of all venting categories outlined in RTCA standards. Doing so can improve your situational awareness of the system, while providing valuable warning of a failing battery so you can ensure a safe and reliable energy source.
Nexceris, a clean energy innovator with more than 25 years of focus on renewable energy, is pleased to announce that Hyundai Motor Company, including its affiliate Kia Corporation (HMC(KIA)), a company incorporated in the Republic of Korea, has signed a joint development agreement with Nexceris focused on SOEC (Solid Oxide Electrolysis Cell) innovation and demonstration.
Nexceris and its Li-ion Tamer technology were featured in The Wall Street Journal on November 8, 2023. The article discusses how electric cars combust differently than their gas-powered counterparts. Firefighters and researchers said EV fires last longer, are harder to put out and have a tendency to reignite.