Adaptive Charging at OTA Technical Conference

VP of Sales Eric Hedlund exhibited and spoke at the Oklahoma Telephone Association Technical Conference this week in Tulsa, OK. OTA does a great job of engaging their members on a consistent basis with frequent updates of product innovation and industry news. Servato will also be attending the MATSS show in October through our membership with the Oklahoma association.

Mr. Hedlund presented on Adaptive Charging, the technology advancement that is now fundamental to our ability to double battery life. He spoke in detail on how this approach has not only saved carriers money across the country but also serves as the gateway to unlocking data insights that you can not get unless your rest your batteries. It was a great opportunity for customers and new attendees to also learn more about how to prevent network outages and ensure network reliability, especially after the bout of thunderstorms the area has received in recent years. If you want to learn more about how our approach works, feel free to download our eBook today.

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Look for Servato's very own, Brandon Davenport, in a couple of weeks at the KTA/TTA meeting in Bowling Green, KY.

About Servato

Headquartered in New Orleans, La., Servato is a leading provider of active battery management solutions to telecom, power, transportation, and solar companies. Servato’s solutions allow leading companies and infrastructure operators to reduce CapEx and OpEx by extending battery life, reducing maintenance costs and streamlining operations. Utilizing highly accurate data, proprietary algorithms, adaptive charging and cloud-based visualization software, Servato provides unprecedented insight and control over distributed DC power assets in industrial settings. To learn more, please visit: www.servatocorp.com 

About the Author: Brandon Davenport

Brandon Davenport
Brandon Davenport is a Business Development Manager for the Servato team. He covers the Southeast sales territory, manages marketing efforts, and leads battery analysis efforts.