With Scandinavia’s 5G network rollout and upcoming Tetra network upgrades, lawmakers are implementing policy changes to better protect critical communication infrastructures.
To avoid vulnerabilities as a result of a network power outage, Scandinavia needs longer-lasting and more reliable backup power to protect the networks, and ensure critical communication can continue—no matter what.
In fact, in Norway, the new “Forsterket ekom” project requires 72 hours of backup power time for selected communities.
The limitations of diesel generators and batteries prevent these systems from being feasible solutions to meet these enhanced requirements.
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