Every day, the company receives over a million data reports from the measuring points at its customers’ sites. It offers firms like Ikea, Auchan, Casino, L’Oreal and others across the world, measuring devices that monitor and analyze their energy consumption and store the data on servers ‘in the cloud’. This often involves millions of data items per company every day. Dapesco also works a great deal for the French and Belgian governments, according to CEO Jean-François Potelle.
The biggest challenges are bandwidth availability and a continuous connection for all users who consult or analyze data on Dapesco’s servers. A fiberglass connection offers not only an ultra-fast connection with all energy managers in buildings but also the advantage of optimal, continuous and trouble-free transmission of all the heavy data traffic, even at peak times, no matter how high the volume. The high symmetrical capacity – for uploading and downloading – of 30Mbit/s also contributes to this. Customers are very satisfied with the fact that data now reaches Dapesco far faster and more securely without any disruption of the web application because of connection problems. Customers can track all this perfectly online. Thanks to the fiberglass connection, Dapesco can now even move from 10 to 100 measuring points per location.
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