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  • 17,500 square foot building in N. Seattle. Almost all Asentria employees are located here, with just a few exceptions.
  • Asentria has well known customers around the world. Here is just a partial list that represents a number of different types of customers we have..
  • End-User Benefits ► Decreased downtime/Quality of Service (QOS) ► Best technicians get greater access from the NOC ► Lower costs due to reduced “truck rolls” ► Reduced Frequency of scheduled visits, such as refilling of diesel tanks ► Reduced power costs due to “Smart” applications for load-shedding or intelligent heating & cooling
  • Asentria Corporation makes monitoring access and control products for wireless communication sites, of which there are two basic types. These sites have both common and specific needs, and Asentria provides solutions for both. WALK-IN ENCLOSURES - These sites are the most common, and are located all over the world. Commonly these shelters are used by cellular or other wireless providers. These enclosures may have multiple carrier’s equipment co-located within one building. In these sites Asentria products may only be used to do monitoring and control of “passive” elements such as power, security, or environmental conditions, without any need to monitor specific service providing, or “active” equipment which provides the actual wireless service itself. These sites are mostly used by wireless telecommunication carriers worldwide. PEDESTAL ENCLOSURES- These sites typically have just one or two doors, and are basically designed to hold one or two 19” wide equipment racks. In these sites Asentria products may monitor some of the “passive” elements of power, security, or environmental conditions, but are also much more frequently used to monitor or access the “active” service providing equipment. These sites are common in the newest wireless buildouts of new WiMAX/LTE providers, as well as many other entities that might do some type of wireless communication such as highway departments, railways, oil and gas providers, and military or government applications.
  • IDEAL USE Remote Monitoring of “passive”, or non-service providing equipment at cellular Base Transceiver Stations (BTS). Passive equipment controls the environment, physical security, and power conditions at a remote site. Typical environmental conditions that are monitored include temperature, water, humidity, smoke, airflow, and monitoring the operation of an HVAC system. Security variables that are monitored include security of doors, motion detectors, tower lighting systems, and monitoring the theft of items like diesel fuel. Power conditions that are monitored include items related to DC or AC power at the remote site, backup diesel generators (including fuel level), and wind and solar power systems.
  • Ideal Use – The S571 is going to be almost exclusively used in the most modern 4G wireless Base Transceiver Sites (BTS) It is so heavily integrated into these base stations due to the fact that it is a power distribution device, that it is not easily retrofit Into legacy sites. In order to sell this device, in most cases, it will have to be designed into the cabinet.
  • Ideal Use – The S571 is going to be almost exclusively used in the most modern 4G wireless Base Transceiver Sites (BTS) It is so heavily integrated into these base stations due to the fact that it is a power distribution device, that it is not easily retrofit Into legacy sites. In order to sell this device, in most cases, it will have to be designed into the cabinet.
  • Ideal Use – The S420 is typically NOT used in remote Base Transceiver Sites (BTS). This is an extremely basic unit that has 8 contact closures on it. It is most often used in AC powered sites, so this makes this less likely to be used in a DC environment.
  • Ideal Use – The S410 is specifically designed to work in Base Transceiver Sites (BTS). This unit is particularly designed to work in smaller cabinets, powered by DC power. It was designed specifically for 3G provider Telia in Sweden, and the initial roll-out was for 3000 units. This has subsequently been adopted by carriers in the US like Time Warner. A very popular unit….
  • SiteBoss units are well suited for monitoring of “active” equipment at wireless communications sites. Active equipment is defined as service providing equipment such as microwave, WiMAX/LTE radios, switches, and routers. Need to refer to product matrix to determine exactly which units do what.
  • SiteBoss units are well suited for monitoring of “active” equipment at wireless communications sites. Active equipment is defined as service providing equipment such as microwave, WiMAX/LTE radios, switches, and routers.
  • SiteBoss units enable in-band communication on your primary network, but also provide many alternatives for communication to a remote site should the primary communication network fail. This allows for both the alarms generated from Asentria’s monitoring functions to get to your Network Operation Center (NOC), and also allows for your NOC to access the remote site remotely, possibly preventing a costly and unnecessary “truck roll”.
  • SiteBoss units are well suited for monitoring of “active” equipment at wireless communications sites. Active equipment is defined as service providing equipment such as microwave, WiMAX/LTE radios, switches, and routers. SiteBoss units can give NOC personnel the ability to control aspects of operation at remote sites, enabling troubleshooting or reductions in operating expense due to improved efficiency of power usage at the remote location.
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    • 1. Remote Site Management Solutions
    • 2. Company & Market Information Overview
    • 3. ► Seattle, WA Headquarters ► Sales Offices – Delhi and Islamabad ► Hardware/Software Development ► Manufacturing Capability ► Founded in 1984 as Omnitronix ► Changed to Asentria in June 2007
    • 4.  
    • 5.
      • Available on Web
      • Pricing
      Remote Site Guide
      • Part Numbers
      • Product Comparisons
      A Complete Guide of Asentria’s Solutions For Your Remote Site Application.
    • 6. Standardized Method of Handling Complex Configurations S.O.P. Document
    • 7. Asentria has three primary “Remote Site” business types
      • Remote Terminal Unit (RTU) Business
      • Monitoring “Passive” Elements at Cell Sites
      • Manage “Active” Equipment at Cell Sites
      Basic Business Types
    • 8. Remote Terminal Unit (RTU) Overview Overview
    • 9. RTU Business RTUs, or Remote Terminal Units, are commonly found in major companies across the spectrum of business and military. The main job of Asentria RTUs in this application is to monitor the health of the industry’s physical plant.
    • 10.
        • ► RTU Markets
          • Broadband Wireless or Cellular BTS
          • Cable/DSL
          • Radio/TV Broadcast
          • Oil/Gas
          • Electrical Utilities
          • Rail/Highway
          • Military
        • ► New vs. Legacy
          • New cabinet build-outs
          • Replacement of Legacy RTU’s like “Badger” units
      RTU Markets
    • 11. Active Monitoring
    • 12. Passive Monitoring of Cell Sites Overview
    • 13. Passive Monitoring Solution
    • 14. SiteBoss 450 Affordable Remote Monitoring At Base Transceiver Stations TM
        • ► Up to 30 I/O points, many calibrated to specific sensors
        • ► Internal wireless EDGE or GPRS modem w/dual SIMS (Optional)
        • ► 4 Power output voltages, +24, +15, -15 and +12 Volts DC for powering external sensors (Optional)
        • ► Asentria Site Manager (ASM) software
    • 15. Active Equipment at BTS/Cell Sites Overview
    • 16. ► Smart Power Distribution Unit (PDU)/Linux Server ► DC Re-Boot ► Optional – Wireless Modem (EDGE, GPRS, CDMA) Remote Access ► Optional AISG controller – Antenna Tilt ► Load-Shedding upon event (Main Power Loss) ► “ Graceful” Power-up Modern BTS Monitoring & Control Device – Smart Power Distribution Unit Reduce Truck Rolls by Giving Your Best Techs Access from the Network Operation Center (NOC). Fewer Techs, Fewer Truck Rolls. SiteBoss 571 TM
    • 17. ► Supports (9) 500 Watt (10Amp,60VDC max) Outputs ► Optional - Add (3) 500 watt outputs to base unit for a total of (12) ► Optional - Add (1) 1800 watt outputs to base unit for a total of (10) ► Optional – Wireless Modem (EDGE, GPRS, CDMA) ► Optional AISG controller (Coming Soon) ► Optional GPS support Modern BTS Monitoring & Control Device – Smart Power Distribution Unit SiteBoss 571 TM
    • 18. Environmental monitoring in small cabinets or distributed environmental monitoring in large server rooms ► Small form factor and cost ► SNMP or email alarms ► Onboard Temperature (standard) ► 8 contact closures ► Onboard Humidity (optional) ► Sensor Jack – Supports (1)Type 2 EventSensor (ES-T or ES-TH only ► Ethernet connection only ► AC power (US, UK, AUS, EU plugs) or –48/+24VDC (external) SiteBoss 420 TM
    • 19. Remote Site Management Inside Small Enclosures. ► Temperature Sensor ► Humidity Sensor (optional) ► AC power (US, UK, AUS, EU plugs) ► Power inexpensive 5 VDC hubs in -48VDC environments using the power output feature (optional) ► Pass-through AccessTo One Serial Device ► 8 Contacts or 6 Contacts / 2 Voltage (+/-60VDC or 0-5VDC) ► Wide Operational Temperature ► +24/-48V Power Input (optional) ► 2 Output Relays (optional) ► EventSensor (Type 1) Support ► 1 Serial Port, 1 Ethernet Port (both Standard) SiteBoss 410 TM
    • 20.
      • Common Protocols
        • ► Contact Closures - Simple Alarms from monitored equipment
        • ► SNMP Gets Via Script - SiteBoss polls target equipment MIB
        • ► SNMP Trap Capture - SiteBoss receives traps from equipment
        • ► PING - SiteBoss alarms if unable to PING a device
      • Other Protocols
        • ► ASCII Data - Receive and parse ASCII data from other equipment
        • ► SYSLOG - Gather SYSLOG reports
        • ► TL1 - Receive TL1 and parse
        • ► TBOS - Receive TBOS and parse
        • ► MODBUS - Query MODBUS devices
        • ► Custom Queries Via Script - Complex queries
      Active Monitoring Protocols
    • 21.
      • Common Protocols
        • ► SNMP Traps v1, v3
        • ► SNMP Informs v2c - Reliable, acknowledged SNMP alarms
        • ► SNMP MIB Support – For Polling
        • ► SMTP/Email
        • ► Pager
        • ► SMS
      • Connectivity Protocols
        • ► Ethernet
        • ► EDGE/GPRS
        • ► CDMA
        • ► POTS/PSTN Modem
        • ► Pager
        • ► SMS
      Notification & Connectivity Methods
    • 22.
      • Access to NOC From SiteBoss Unit
        • ► Ethernet
        • ► EDGE/GPRS
        • ► CDMA
        • ► TETRA (Coming Soon)
        • ► POTS/PSTN Modem
      • Access to SiteBoss From Active Equipment
        • ► Ethernet
        • ► Serial
        • ► USB
      Remote Access – In-Band/ Alternative
    • 23.
      • Remote Control Functions
        • ► Reboot of DC-Powered Equipment
        • ► Scripting – Load Shedding by Time or Event
        • ► Scripting – Intelligent Heating & Cooling Solutions
        • ► Output Relays
      Active Equipment Control
    • 24. AC Current Transducer AC Power Analyzer 3-Phase Current Transducer AC Power Analyzer Solid-Core Current Transformer Split-Core Current Transformer DC Current Transformer Current Switch Sensor AC Voltage Monitor AC Voltage Transducer Temperature/ Humidity Sensor Temperature/ Humidity Sensor Smoke/Fire Alarm Water Sensor Kit Airflow Sensor Motion Sensor Outdoor Siren Indoor Siren Door Sensor RFID Reader Door Strike IP Camera Float Fuel Level Ultrasonic Fuel Level EventSensor Accessories
    • 25. Asentria SiteManager TM
      • ► Asentria Site Manager Software
      • For use with Asentria devices with wireless modems
        • Enable use of Dynamic SIM’s
        • Support Dual-SIM’s
        • Reduce Bandwidth
        • Improve Reliability of Communication
        • Security/Encryption
      • North-bound Interface between ASM & NOC (NMS/OSS)
    • 26. ► More extensive than Technical Support ► Get expert assistance with your specific application Remote Training Engineering – Custom Scripting ► Asentria assistance with script writing ► Through assistance, user develops the ability to write their own scripts Engineering – Custom ► Any size project up to OEM ► Contact Asentria for more information on this option Training & Services
    • 27. Rizwan Majeed Khan Business Development Director Email: rizwan.majeed@asentria.com 1200 N 96 th Street Seattle, WA 98103 Contact Information