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Global Battery Chargers Market Report 2020: Product Innovations and Technology Developments Steer the Momentum

The “Battery Chargers – Global Market Trajectory & Analytics” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

The global market for Battery Chargers is projected to reach US$26.5 billion by the year 2025, trailing a CAGR of 7.1% over the analysis period 2018 to 2025.

Batteries are omnipresent in this digital age of mobile computing. Smartphones, tablets, wearable’s, self-powered medical devices/implants & all electronic devices depend on batteries for power. Backup power solutions & automobiles i. e. conventional, hybrid and pure electric vehicles need batteries for operation. Automated material handling; forklifts; grid Energy Storage System (ESS) also need batteries. Robust demand for rechargeable batteries bodes well for market growth.

Rechargeable or secondary batteries constitute an important segment of the global batteries industry, and the demand for rechargeable batteries is witnessing rapid growth on the back of increasing sales of products that use these batteries. Unlike primary batteries that are known to

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ExaGrid Reports Continued Momentum with Strong Quarter Ending Q3-2020

Record number of six-figure deals and release of Version 6.0 with ransomware recovery feature

ExaGrid®, the industry’s only Tiered Backup Storage solution, today announced that it hit its plan for the quarter ending September 30, 2020 and added over 100 new customers in the quarter. The results included a record 27 new customers with initial six-figure purchases and one existing customer with a seven-figure purchase.

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“Customers have less viable options for backup storage,” said Bill Andrews, CEO and President of ExaGrid. “Low-cost primary storage disk is too expensive for longer-term retention due to the amount of retention copies required. Inline scale-up deduplication appliances, such as Dell EMC Data Domain, are slow for backups and restores due to an inline deduplication process, don’t scale due to a scale-up storage architecture, and are expensive. The market is increasingly seeing

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