Valence's three-pound external battery is one of the best, delivering lots of life and some unique options.
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Valence Technology will supply LiFeMgPO4 lithium phosphate batteries to power the C-ZEN, an electric vehicle from Courb.
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Amid discouraging news from U.S. automakers, the CEO of car battery company Valence Technology says Europe is poised to get electric vehicles on road before U.S.
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Small size and low price distinguish this battery, but we can't recommend it over the Electrovaya PowerPad 160 or the Valence N-Charge VNC-130.
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Valence Technology announced Monday that founder and company chairman Lev Dawson has retired effective immediately and that former Dell executive and current Valence CEO Stephan Godevais has been appointed as the new chairman. Dawson has also retired as a director of the board but will be available to the company as a consultant. Valence has been developing lithium-ion polymer rechargeable batteries and is now working to further commercialize its battery technology. The company has already signed partnerships with PC maker Acer and parts supplier Wistron to develop mobile products based on Valence's technology.
Battery maker Valence Technology announced Thursday that it has agreed to work with Acer and Wistron to develop mobile products based on its Saphion battery technology. Acer is one of the world's leading PC makers, and Wistron is one of the largest parts suppliers for the PC industry. Valence's Saphion battery technology replaces cobalt with phosphate as the cathode material in lithium-ion batteries, enabling them to be more stable and less expensive than currently available batteries.
Valence Technology replaces cobalt with phosphate in lithium-ion batteries, claiming they'll last longer and cost less--good news for notebook and cell phone users.
Handling large server loads hasn't been Windows NT's strong point, but Microsoft's buy of Valence Research may change that.