Expert Paper

The Path to Sustainability and Carbon Neutrality in Telco Infrastructure Management

What sustainability initiatives are already taking place and what additional challenges need to be solved?

Intense pressure is being put on organizations to operate in a more sustainable manner by reducing their greenhouse gas emissions. They must also demonstrate their progress by complying with stringent reporting requirements. Our new expert paper details how companies can tackle decarbonization through better infrastructure management, and how FNT's new solution add-on helps by documenting, analyzing and reporting on the carbon emissions of your customer's infrastructure.  

Find out how to deal with the following aspects and how you can benefit from them: 

  • become truly and effectively greener   
  • remain compliant with ever-tightening ESG/CSR legislation 
  • retain access to important corporate refinancing sources 
  • become eligible for tax exemption programs 
  • reduce operations cost 


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About the FNT Sustainability Add-On

The FNT Sustainability Add-On is a powerful solution component within the FNT Command Platform that correctly documents and manages the carbon footprint of infrastructure-related emissions, giving companies an important tool to use in their quest to improve corporate sustainability. It captures Scope 2 and Scope 3 GHG emissions - plus other eco impact factors - produced by operating the IT, data center and network infrastructures. Because these emissions are indirect, they are difficult to quantify and track. FNT Sustainability Add-On helps companies overcome this significant challenge by recording these types of emissions data and monitoring changes over time. Deep integration with the infrastructure management capabilities of FNT Command keeps the CO2 footprint documentation up to date. Pre-configured analytics dashboards make it simple to track and report on environmental impacts of infrastructure operations.