CONNECT (X)

Connect (X) is the only business technology event in North America that unites the industry stakeholders who deliver infrastructure solutions for ubiquitous connectivity.

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Visit EnerSys® at Booth #207

As the connectivity industry continues to develop and devices evolve with more computing power, the focus shifts to the infrastructure to support 5G. Connect (X) showcases the leaders in 5G infrastructure: innovative technology, supporting professional services, and a partner ecosystem that enables ubiquitous communications between people, devices, machines and tools that support 21st century communications.

14-16 May 2024
Georgia World Congress Center, Atlanta GA

Connect (X) hosts the end-to-end 5G supplier ecosystem from the ground up. Commercial carriers convene for new antenna technology, virtualization solutions in the RAN, and next-gen networking architecture: Fixed wireless, millimeter-wave and shared spectrum.

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MEET OUR COMMUNICATIONS NETWORKS TEAM
BOOTH #207

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Ray Kramarcy

Director of Telecom Regional Accounts

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Satheesh Hariharan

Senior Product Manager

POWER EQUIPMENT SOLUTIONS

EnerSys® is a leading supplier of DC and AC power systems, remote power systems, distribution equipment and intelligent network controls for communications networks.

Remote Line Power Solutions

Alpha DPX Power Source Enclosure System

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Alpha DPX 5kW Rectifier

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Alpha DPX 5kW Bi-Directional Converter

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Alpha DPX 2kW Fault Managed Power Distribution Module with EnShield™ Technology

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Alpha DPX 1500W Downconverter

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WHITEPAPER

Advanced Communication Energy

Advanced Communication Energy

Advanced Connected Energy is a technique which embeds a low energy communication device into a lead-acid battery to communicate via Bluetooth® Low Energy to a smartphone app, SDK, or controller. The chip provides real-time access to performance when the battery is in service as well as charge status while the battery is stored in a warehouse.

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WHITEPAPER

Understanding Fault Managed Power

Understanding Fault Managed Power

In 2020, operators, manufacturers, and industry standards bodies began to investigate the potential for a new distributed power technique that could deliver more power in a safe environment for technicians and the public. A new distributed powering technique called fault managed power was developed imposing no power limit under normal operation, but precisely limit energy transferred under a fault condition to mitigate shock and fire hazard.

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