Cable operators and telcos are under increasing pressure to reduce carbon footprints and reach both self-imposed and mandated sustainability goals over the next several years. A step in that direction is the replacement of traditional backup power systems based on lead-acid or Lithium-based batteries with cleaner, safer, and more durable energy storage technology. This webinar introduces attendees to the latest breakthroughs in hybrid supercapacitor energy storage and details how standby power solutions based on that technology can simultaneously help service providers reduce capital and operational expenditures, eliminate environmental hazards, improve service reliability and leave a cleaner and greener planet for future generations.

Key topics include:

Breakthrough benefits of hybrid supercapacitor technology Revitalizing today’s backup power operations Deficiencies of existing standby power solutions How supercaps can shav

Simon Stanley

December 1, 2022

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How Hybrid Supercapacitor Energy Storage Can Help Broadband Service Providers Improve Reliability, Reduce Costs and Achieve S

Date: Dec 1, 2022

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About the Author(s)

Simon Stanley

Simon Stanley is Founder and Principal Consultant at Earlswood Marketing Ltd., an independent market analyst and consulting company based in the U.K. His work has included investment due diligence, market analysis for investors, and business/product strategy for semiconductor companies. Simon has written extensively for Heavy Reading and Light Reading. His reports and Webinars cover a variety of communications-related subjects, including LTE, Policy Management, SDN/NFV, IMS, ATCA, 100/400G optical components, multicore processors, switch chipsets, network processors, and optical transport. He has also run several Light Reading events covering Next Generation network components and ATCA.

Prior to founding Earlswood Marketing, Simon spent more than 15 years in product marketing and business management. He has held senior positions with Fujitsu, National Semiconductor, and U.K. startup ClearSpeed, covering networking, personal systems, and graphics in Europe, North America, and Japan. Simon has spent over 30 years in the electronics industry, including several years designing CPU-based systems, before moving into semiconductor marketing. In 1983, Stanley earned a Bachelor's in Electronic and Electrical Engineering from Brunel University, London.

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