Increasing adoption of electronics devices and gadgets by consumers worldwide has been creating a high rise in demand for long lasting and efficient batteries that are eco-friendly and low cost as well.
mPower Jump, a recent offering by mPhase Technologies (News - Alert), Inc., a nanotechnology innovator in Smart Surfaces; is a robust and portable rechargeable jump starter that gets rapidly recharged and can be conveniently carried along to long distances.
These new gadgets can be used within an extensive number of applications such as energy storage systems, drug delivery systems, self-cleaning systems, liquid and chemical sensor systems and filtration systems. The company has also developed mPhase Smart NanoBattery, a Smart Surface enabled product. Stratus Consulting, Inc., a technology launch agency helped mPhase in marketing its mPower Jump solution across the automotive and marine industries.
Further, mPhase has been integrating graphene into its core nano-silicon technology so that use of mPhase Smart NanoBattery can be expanded within various market sectors. Peculiar properties of silicon and graphene can prove to be helpful in enhancing the energy efficiency and power of energy storage devices considerably.
Recently, mPhase launched mPower Emergency Illuminator, an offering that had been designed by Porsche Design Studio and was sold through its mPower website.
Developers at AlwaysReady, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of mPhase Technologies,Inc. have entirely transformed the conventional idea of the battery with their concept of Smart Battery. The company claims more then ten patents related to battery technology, which has considerably changed the battery technology during recent years.
The Smart Battery developed by AlwaysReady further offers a range of benefits that far outweigh traditional batteries, such as more environment friendliness, much longer shelf life, lower manufacturing cost, power management functionality, faster ramp to power, flexible arrayed configurations and versatile packaging. The enhanced batteries are able to power various advanced handheld gaming devices such as high tech PDA’s, cell phones and a range of sophisticated military, medical, industrial and consumer technologies.
Edited by Allison Boccamazzo