Telecommunications Blooms in the Age of Climate Change
Mobile Experts, a wireless market analyst firm native to the Silicon Valley, just released a new report that goes behind the scenes of mobile operators and their commitments to climate goals. It explores an important question that is breaching the horizon — what does “net zero” really mean for 5G and 6G hardware and software?
The firm’s newest Expert INSIGHT explores the market’s sustainability goals as a whole, providing informed predictions, solutions, and observations. The global and political climate of today steers steadily in the direction of overhauling the way mobile operators approach energy consumption, innovation, and maximizing the potential for 5 and 6G to save power — and Mobile Experts provides guidance on how the hardware will be impacted.
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According to Mobile Experts, cooling and running RAN equipment accounts for over 70% of energy usage for a typical mobile operator. Chief Analyst Joe Madden boldly suggests that, in order to keep up with stringent demands and ever-evolving climate policy, operators would be wise to shut down their old 2G and 3G networks.
“Instead of fixating on how much carbon the telecom network is emitting, operators should capitalize on how much carbon the network is saving,” Madden comments. “We identify a few applications where mobile automation saves 20X as much power as it consumes.”
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Subscribers to Mobile Experts research will receive:
- Full access to the 11-page Sustainability Expert Insight;
- 4 comprehensive charts and figures;
- The detailed Excel file with forecast data through 2027;
- Quarterly market share, shipment, adoption updates;
- Quarterly Expert INSIGHT strategic reports;
- Access to the analysts behind the reports.
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