Learn the Best Methods to Protect Critical Communications Infrastructure
Improper network design can lead to millions of dollars wasted on damaged equipment and unnecessary downtime. This makes the training of protection engineers a critical issue in helping companies in the ICT industry improve their bottom line. ATIS’ Protection Engineering Group (PEG) Conference is where the top protection engineering professionals gather to learn about the latest topics from the field’s leading experts.
Call for Papers now open – Submit by January 15, 2024
At the PEG Conference, operators, designers, and protection engineers learn how to design their networks for reliability and sustainability. Topics typically covered include proper grounding and bonding, fault managed power systems, fiber optic connectivity standards, understanding testing standards, AC/DC powering and storage technologies, emergency backup methodologies, safety for humans and equipment, developments in NEC, NESC, and other standards.
Broadening your expertise on these topics helps increase the availability of critical networks, data centers and remote edge computing to help keep our communications networks up and running at their best.
John Fuller | Chair
Ernest Gallo | Vice- Chair
Director, Network Infrastructure Solutions
Jim Pelegris | Secretary
Business Development and Applications Specialist
SENKO Advanced Components
Director Of Training
American Power Systems
Senior Operations Engineer
Critical Infrastructure Technical Support
Electrical Protection Consultant
Senior Engineer Electrical Protection
Principal Engineer, Energy and Power Technologies
R. Bruce Melton, Jr.
Engineering and Technical Support
Randolph Telecom, Inc.
Senior Compliance Engineer
Business Development Manager Telecommunication & Data Centers
PMTS – Maintenance
Explore the ATIS PEG Conference archive for presentations from previous years. A valuable resource for both new and returning attendees. Dive in and catch up on past insights from the PEG community.
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