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Exide Showcases GNB Sprinter Battery at Data Centre World Paris


Battery manufacturer Exide Technologies, a global provider of stored electrical energy solutions, is presenting its new GNB Sprinter XP12V4400 battery at Data Centre World, which takes place in Paris on 27-28 November 2019. The battery is specially designed to provide low total cost of ownership, with space savings, easy installation and maintenance, and efficient charging.

The latest Sprinter XP12V440 battery is designed to perform in the modern data center, including large-scale colocation and hyperscale facilities. It is made from a high-purity lead alloy offering high-temperature resistance, and is a proven technology that brings peace of mind to customers. The battery saves considerably on space: up to 15–20% compared with traditional lead-acid batteries, contributing significantly to lower total cost of ownership.

With data centers worldwide moving to higher-power UPS that requires larger blocs, Sprinter XP12V4400 offers an ideal solution. Its high power, compact design and small footprint ensure consistent performance and savings in both installation and maintenance. It offers excellent charge efficiency for reduced charging cost, while its special polypropylene container reduces water vapor emissions and prolongs lifespan.

Exide will also be exhibiting its GNB Sprinter XP and XP FT (Front Terminal) ranges and Marathon M12V 190FT – all of which use AGM technology – as well as its Sonnenschein PowerCycle PC12/180FT, which uses dryfit® Gel technology. The data center market is growing fast with the rise in social media and online streaming, and Exide believes its range of advanced products make it well placed to capitalize on future growth.

Data Centre World Paris takes place in the Parc des Exposition in Paris on 27–28 November. Attendees are invited to visit Exide at Stand G42 to see the launch of the new Sprinter XP12V4400 battery and chat to our representatives about the company’s wide range of products.

“Exide has a strong presence in the data center market in France, working with major UPS system manufacturers and a range of other clients,” said Serge Arbes, Senior Business Director Network Power EMEA at Exide. “We look forward to speaking with new and existing customers at the event, and demonstrating how our technology can deliver within their business. Every GNB battery has been specially designed to provide the lowest total cost of ownership for a particular application, and uses technology that has been deployed in large-scale installations around the world.”

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Exide To Present New GNB Sprinter Battery At Data Centre World


Battery manufacturer Exide Technologies, a global provider of stored electrical energy solutions, will present its new GNB Sprinter XP12V4400 battery at the upcoming Data Centre World, which takes place in Frankfurt, Germany, on 13¬–14 November 2019. The battery is specially designed to provide low total cost of ownership, with space savings, easy installation and maintenance, and efficient charging.

“The latest Sprinter XP12V4400 battery is designed to perform in the modern data center, including large-scale colocation and hyperscale facilities. It is made from a high-purity lead alloy offering high-temperature resistance, and is a proven technology that brings peace of mind to customers,“ said Serge Arbes, Senior Business Director Network Power EMEA at Exide. “The battery saves considerably on space: up to 15–20% compared with traditional lead-acid batteries, contributing significantly to lower total cost of ownership.”

With data centers worldwide moving to higher-power UPS that requires larger blocs, Sprinter XP12V4400 offers an ideal solution. Its high power, compact design and small footprint ensure consistent performance and savings in both installation and maintenance. It offers excellent charge efficiency for reduced charging cost, while its special polypropylene container reduces water vapor emissions and prolongs lifespan.

Exide will also be exhibiting its GNB Sprinter XP and XP FT (Front Terminal) ranges and Marathon M12V190FT – all of which use AGM technology – as well as its Sonnenschein PowerCycle PC12/180FT, which uses dryfit Gel technology. Each of these advanced products is designed for particular applications.

Data Centre World Frankfurt takes place in the Frankfurter Messe (trade fair) on 13–14 November. Attendees are invited to visit Exide at Stand 330 to see the launch of the new Sprinter XP12V4400 battery and chat with our representatives about the company’s wide range of products.

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Exide To Showcase New GNB Lithium Technology At Logistica


Battery manufacturer Exide Technologies, a global provider of stored electrical energy solutions, is unveiling its new lithium technology at international logistics trade fair Logistica in the Netherlands from 5–7 November. Logistica features more than 150 sessions and around 200 exhibitors in the areas of material handling, intralogistics, robotics, automation, and more.

Exide is showcasing its next-generation Sonnenschein Lithium Material Handling Battery at the exhibition. This innovative product will be officially released in Q1 2020 and will be unveiled for the first time at Logistica. It offers unparalleled efficiency and runtime, advanced safety features, and exceptionally low total cost of ownership in material handling applications. An optional universal retrofitting communicator can be securely installed, presenting all relevant information through the standard forklift display.

Exide is also presenting GNB Fleet, the latest generation of its proven fleet management software, which will enter the market in Q1 2020. GNB Fleet, a pioneering cloud-based system, measures battery, charger and site data, offering easy-to-understand information on energy consumption, item availability, and uptime. It detects damaged batteries and chargers before they fail, allowing businesses to act preventatively and minimize downtime. The customer can access the cloud-based system on their device of choice.

Exide is also displaying its popular chargers at Logistica, including its 2100 HP Lithium Charger and 2100 HP Charger, which support multiple charging profiles, and enable both fast and opportunity charging of even the largest batteries. Exide’s climate-controlled 2100 Weatherproof Charger and 2100 Dustproof Charger, ideal for challenging outdoor environments, are also on show. Its lithium chargers are designed for Sonnenschein Lithium batteries and are GNB Fleet ready. Sonnenschein Lithium LTB, TENSOR, TENSOR xGEL, and Sonnenschein GF Y and GF V blocs are also being presented. Visit Exide in hall 3, stand B025.

“We’re delighted to appear at this year’s Logistica trade fair. We invite everyone to visit our stand, and take a look at the latest innovations from Exide,” said Fred Van Verseveld, Sales & Marketing Manager Benelux at Exide. “Sonnenschein Lithium Material Handling Battery will provide the lowest total cost of ownership for material handling applications, while GNB Fleet offers next-generation fleet management capabilities in the cloud.”

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GNB Industrial Power Wins ServiceMax Award For Innovation In Field Service


Exide Technologies, a global provider of stored energy solutions, has won a ServiceMax award for innovation in providing field service to its clients. The award went to GNB, the division of Exide responsible for Motive Power and Industrial applications. The awards were presented at the recent Maximize London event on 7–8 October.

ServiceMax is a leading software platform for field service provision, and its annual awards recognize customers whose innovative use of its solutions leads to outstanding delivery of field service. GNB won its innovation award in the category “ServiceMax – Keeps The World Running”.

ServiceMax has helped GNB to vastly improve the efficiency and effectiveness of our field service operation,” said Max Hemmingsen, Director Digital Tools EMEA at Exide Technologies. “The software gives excellent visibility into our operations, and allows GNB to be more responsive to customers. Thanks to ServiceMax, we now precisely measure performance in areas such as utilization, first-time fix rate and average response time.”

GNB has used ServiceMax to fully standardize its service delivery model across Europe. It increased uptime and productivity, improved invoice efficiency and introduced more consistent processes for service technicians. Real-time analytics allow management to fully understand the field service operation at a glance.

Maximize is the world’s premier conference on service execution management, showcasing the ways that companies around the world use ServiceMax to perfect their customer experience while boosting revenue and business performance. The two-day event includes talks, demos, previews, product updates, case studies, and networking opportunities for the EMEA community in the industry. This year’s event took place at St Pancras Renaissance Hotel in King’s Cross and featured motor-racing legend Christian Horner as a special guest speaker.

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