Tag: Energy storage

ATX’s 2024 Technology Predictions: Doubling Down on 2023

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By Joe McGarvey, Marketing Director | ‘Tis the season for prognostication. About this time every year, technology companies and pundits offer up their best estimates of how the trends and business dynamics shaping the industry will play out in the coming year. Almost always missing from this annual ritual is accountability. Like meteorologists who miss [...]

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How Hybrid Supercapacitor Backup Energy Storage can be a Future Revenue Source

By Joe McGarvey, Marketing Director | Question: What do Play-Doh®, the Slinky®, Viagra® and, quite possibly, hybrid supercapacitor energy storage modules have in common? Answer: All are products that eventually became better known for uses other than their original purpose. Slinky and Play-Doh, two of the most commercially successful toys ever invented, have unremarkable origin [...]

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Why it’s Way Past Time (about 2000 Years) to Upgrade Your Backup Power Operations

By Joe McGarvey, Senior Director, Marketing | The battery, that near-ubiquitous energy storage source, has been the primary backup power medium for broadband communications providers for the past several decades. Nearly everything that runs on electricity, in fact, cars, phones, smartwatches — you name it — relies on battery power to keep moving, processing and [...]

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How Hybrid Supercapacitor Energy Storage Can Help Broadband Service Providers Improve Reliability, Reduce Costs and Achieve Sustainability Goals

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Today’s service providers are highly incentivized to move to a safe and eco-friendly backup-power solution that also balances out the performance and longevity of their investments. Most environmentally conscious decision-makers can agree that moving away from [...]

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