SCTE 184 2015: SCTE ENERGY MANAGEMENT OPERATIONAL PRACTICES FOR CABLE FACILITIES
SCTE 184 provides guidelines for design and management of mission-critical hub site facilities supporting the cable industry. SCTE 184 focuses on information, methods, metrics, and processes that balance operational energy efficiency and management with essential business availability requirements and infrastructure investment. This guideline leverages existing industry best practices for smart energy use in vital cable edge facilities and applies these to the specific characteristics and requirements of cable systems hub sites. WES is a member of the SCTE Standards Organization and was one of the committee members contributing to the production of this Standard.
CASE STUDY: GLOBAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS COMPANY RELIES ON FORESEER TO HARNESS THE POWER OF DATA TO MANAGE ENERGY AND PROTECT AVAILABILITY.
“Foreseer can manage enterprise-wide data centers and ensure that data gathered from monitoring can be used as a tool for power and energy management.”
– Mark Welsko, WES Technical Director
BROADBAND TECHNOLOGY REPORT: POWER IN THE NETWORK: KEEP IT FLOWING, KEEP IT EFFICIENT
Mark Welsko, the director of technical operations for Worldwide Environmental Services, said C-level executives tend to look at energy management from the vantage point of MSO-wide budgets and the desire to be green, which has both actual and public relations value.