Vodafone builds large central network to reduce interference impact




Vodafone building in Eindhoven a major network power plant several smaller stations unnecessary. In time, the provider in the Netherlands at three plants that each backup should form so that interference will have thwarted.

Vodafone calls the plant itself are SuperSwitch and will include ongoing surveillance efforts to ensure security. Vodafone currently has twelve stations, but the provider wants to return to three plants that can take over each other’s tasks. By redundant to set up the whole network, the impact of interference must be small in the future.

The reason for the construction of large power plants is the fire in a power station in 2012, causing many users days were not calling, texting and mobile internet. After the fire, the provider launched an enhancement to minimize the impact. Faults In the Fast Forward program, the provider also renews its entire network with new equipment. Vodafone claims that the plant will run entirely on wind energy.

After the fire, there are agreements between providers to call and SMS traffic from each customer to take over. Disruptions, This is primarily a service for businesses.


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