Webinar Date/Time: Wednesday, April 14, 2021 at 1:00 PM (CT)
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This session will provide participants with a basic understanding of the telecom power grid, and how to properly qualify the existing network to enhance the performance for powering network electronics. Participants will learn the cost benefit of reutilization of existing copper plant while increasing potential revenue stream without reliance on third-party metered power.
Webinar attendees will walk away with a basic understanding of the telecom power grid, while learning to properly qualify the existing network to enhance the performance of powering network electronics. Additionally, participants will learn the cost benefit that comes with reutilization of existing copper plant, without relying on third-party metered power.
President and Owner
Telecom and Industrial Marketing SolutionsTony Wilson has 40 years of experience in the Telecommunications industry and more than 25 years of experience in the OSP sector before joining TYCO power. Tony pioneered the use of LINE power for FTTH and broadband applications and is recognized as the industry’s Leader in Line Power Deployments. He currently serves as a consultant for Megger and other Telecommunication and Industrial equipment manufacturers.
For over 130 years, Megger has been the premier provider of portable electric test and measurement instruments. Megger is known as the expert in qualifying the telecom power grid and is best known for its world-famous range of insulation testers.
Precision test equipment for communications testing applications is essential to a professional test and installation engineer’s job. While the communications model means you must work across all five layers – physical, data, network, transport and application – Megger’s test equipment ensures that the physical transmission layer, connectors and interconnection devices work correctly and provide essential connectivity information from coupled devices for added-value service issues on the remaining layers.