New CXL4 Batteries Support Growth of Cable TV Markets

Ideally suited for data centers, outside plant (OSP), and renewable energy applications

As a global leader in the battery market, MPINarada is always striving to meet the needs of customers. While the world continues to react to the ongoing pandemic, it has become increasingly obvious that the way we traditionally do business has changed forever. The need for more bandwidth as business models shift to a larger percentage of the workforce working from home, is becoming a permanent reality. The new CXL4 battery offering from MPINarada is just what is needed to support these changes and growth of cable TV market.

Designed for the Outside Plant Applications of Today

Consideration of a robust design is always a top priority when building the best batteries to meet the environmental requirements for broadband and specific outdoor cable TV applications. MPINarada’s CXL4 features a high-temperature alloy making it a true 12-year design at elevated temperatures. The optimized thin-plate pure lead (TPPL) technology to help provide greater efficiency and longer life to the product and absorbent glass mat (AGM) sealed technology make the CXL4 a cost-effective choice with the same form factor as other batteries on the market. Together, all of these design elements provide the essential backup for TV networks where needed.

Demand for Bandwidth Will Continue to Grow

As the telecom and cable TV markets maintain their growth and continue to evolve, having cost-effective, reliable battery solutions is critical to business everywhere. Managing the demand for these products while the world is facing a shaky supply chain has been an ongoing challenge, but through proactive efforts and processes, companies like MPINarada have been able to maintain their available stock to support the cable TV market of today. The internet of things will continue to drive the demand for reliable battery solutions and customers can take comfort in knowing this pure lead solution is ready for delivery today.

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