During New Orleans Entrepreneur Week, Business Development Manager, Brandon Davenport, had the opportunity to be interviewed by Graham Klemme atEngine | Advocacy & Foundation. StartupsEverywhere is a campaign celebrating the diverse, vibrant entrepreneurial ecosystems that are popping up in overlooked parts of the country. Thank you for taking the time to help shed some light on rural broadband, who Servato is, and why we gravitate to this underserved market![…]
The United States Patent and Trademark Office granted Servato our latest patent on the Company's proprietary Adaptive Charging methodology. It is a newly issued patent that is a continuation of one of the company’s earlier patents in its battery management patent portfolio. The new claims broaden the scope of protection afforded by the company’s battery management patent portfolio for its novel battery charging system. Servato now has four patents issued and one pending patent application in this technology area.[…]
Servato exhibited at the Iowa Communications Alliance Annual Showcase in Des Moines, IA this week alongside our partner, ProCom Sales. We enjoyed getting to meet so many new people and look forward to being back soon! If you want to learn more about what we are doing at Servato, you can find online material here.[…]
Network engineers use urban America as the canvas for what makes efficient and inclusive design. This lucrative market reaps rewards due to the dense concentration of subscribers in one area. Rural America often gets overlooked in this equation. In the 3/28 episode of Out To Lunch, Tulane professor Peter Ricchiuti interviews President and CEO of Servato, Chris Mangum, alongside another guest. That guest is Carol Morse and founded Acalli Chocolate in New Orleans. This episode titles Recharging and covers some of the challenges of each organization such as rural versus urban network design, as well as, how these reputable founders came to the venture and what the future holds.[…]
Servato will present in Belton at TCEI this morning. The topic will cover how to Check the Pulse of Your Backup Power Network. Eric Hedlund, VP of Sales, will also have a booth presence. Do you know how your network stacks up from a reliability aspect? Come learn how we assess this at Servato and walk away with a memorable metaphor for how we measure this. We look forward to meeting you! If you want to learn more about what we are doing at Servato, you can find online material here.[…]
Servato exhibited at the Iowa Communications Alliance Annual Showcase in Des Moines, IA this week alongside our partner, Power Product Services. We enjoyed getting to meet so many new people and look forward to being back soon! If you want to learn more about what we are doing at Servato, you can find online material here.[…]
Servato exhibited at both the MTA Annual Convention & Showcase and the URTA Annual Convention this week alongside our partners, Power Product Services. We enjoyed getting to meet so many new people and look forward to being back to Utah and Minnesota soon! If you want to learn more about what we are doing at Servato, you can find online material here.[…]
The year of evolution came to a close last week for the Servato team. The team traveled thousands of miles spreading the message of managed DC power, developed multiple new products, announced customers and partnerships that invest in hardening the networks in their communities, and spoke at conferences across the country including ISE EXPO in Denver, CO.[…]
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.
At ISE Expo in Denver last Thursday, Servato's very own Chris Mangum spoke with a room of people on how data empowers carriers to become more actionable, particularly technicians. Later that day Tech Talk panelist, Ken Paker of TDS, spoke about a similar topic that highlighted how internal processes and teams can be made more efficient. More intelligent decisions for network reliability are becoming ubiquitous as data accumulation has made the most niche problems now more efficient.[…]