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Engine Interviews Brandon Davenport

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!


Servato Issued New Patent

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.


Out To Lunch

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.


2018 - The Year Broken Down by Month

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.


United Communications Invests in Network Service Reliability

Using Servato Battery Management Technology, United is embracing a new standard for how rural broadband can ensure that the Internet is Always On


Here at the PEC Showcase in Little Rock!

The first Tradeshow/Expo on Servato's calendar, and we are attending with our great partners, ProCom Sales. Stop by their booth to learn more about protecting backup batteries and improving network resiliency.


SPS-248: Everything You Need to Know:

Servato announced our SPS-248 two weeks ago to the delight of many of our customers. The new product makes deploying remote battery management to their sites easier and cheaper than ever before. Our engineering department responded to years of customer feedback and input by producing a product that addresses our customer's needs for (n+1) redundancy and much more.


Servato Introduces New Critical Infrastructure Battery Management System


Technology upgrades reduce implementation costs and provide the most complete carrier solution for managing backup power.

Kansas City, MO and Bowling Green, KY – October 16, 2017 – Servato Corp., the leading provider of remote battery management, today announced the launch of its newest remote battery management system, the Smart Power System-248™ (SPS-248™). While building on Servato’s foundational and game-changing technology for automated battery measurements and adaptive charging, the SPS-248™ has significant design updates that will make it the ideal system for managing a large portion of network sites and reducing the costs for carriers investing in backup power management.


Battery Management Blog

Backup Batteries are almost always out of site and out of mind. Most engineers and managers try to spend as little time as possible working on them in order to spend more time delivering better service. But when battery issues are a problem, frustration ensues. 


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