The group company Smoltek Hydrogen has initiated a collaboration with a company whose extensive build-up of production capacity will make them one of Europe’s largest manufacturers of electrolyzers.
The group company Smoltek Semi will together with, the collaboration partner, Yageo present the first planned joint product technology – ultra-thin decoupling capacitors for mobile phones – at the largest European electronic event next week.
Smoltek is awarded a new patent in Japan. This patent is the sixth one of the patent family in the direction of CNF-MIM based compact energy storage on interposers. This also means that our global patent portfolio now comprises 77 granted patents.
Smoltek and Yageo have started the collaboration to industrialize and commercialize our ultra-thin carbon nanofiber capacitors.
The group company Smoltek Innovation is now changing its name to Smoltek Hydrogen, which better reflects the development we are now making in the hydrogen business area.
Within the business area Hydrogen, Smoltek develops a high-performance cell material for electrolyzers, where an electrolyzer is the system that uses renewable electricity to split water into oxygen and hydrogen.
The group company Smoltek Semi has signed a joint development agreement (JDA) with a subsidiary of the global electronic component company Yageo group to commercialize a silicon based carbon nanofiber discrete capacitor.
We have received an order to perform a proof-of-concept study in solving a difficult materials engineering problem for a global medtech company by using our unique carbon nanofiber technology.
The Group company Smoltek Semi has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with a global manufacturer of capacitors for the joint development of Smoltek’s ultra-thin CMF-MIM capacitors and, provided that the development goals are achieved, mass production and sales via a 50/50-owned joint venture.
Smoltek’s 75th patent has been granted in Taiwan and is covering the concept and manufacturing of extremely thin energy storage devices embedded in an interposer. The energy storage device concepts can take a large number of forms e.g. discrete, integrated – or it may take the form where the end result is an interposer with CNF-MIM…
Smoltek has yet another patent granted. The new US-patent is related to the Assembly platform patent family in the direction of interconnects. This also makes our patent portfolio to now comprise 74 granted patents.
The group company Smoltek Innovation has signed a collaboration agreement with a large international manufacturer of material for electrolyzers. The collaboration agreement includes the development of demonstrators based on Smoltek’s highly efficient nanofiber-based cell material for PEM electrolyzers.
Smoltek and the subsidiary Smoltek Semi has extended its evaluation license agreement with a global manufacturer of passive components. The parties will also define and agree upon the terms of a Memorandum of Understanding for the joint development of an industrial mass-production process for Smoltek’s ultra-thin carbon nanofiber capacitors.
Smoltek is awarded yet another approved patent, the third this year. The patent, granted in Japan is part of our patent family protecting solutions for interposers based on the CNF-MIM capacitor concept. This also means that our patent portfolio now comprises 73 granted patents.
After completed tests and evaluations, Smoltek Semi has now placed an order for a machine for future industrial manufacturing of carbon nanofibers to the company’s ultra-thin CNF-MIM capacitors.
Smoltek has developed a high-performing nanofiber-based cell material for PEM-electrolyzers, with potential to enable a more efficient production of fossil-free hydrogen. In the autumn of 2021, a development collaboration was initiated in collaboration with an industrial manufacturer of materials for electrolyzers, and the aim is to be able to start manufacturing small-scale prototypes in 2023.
Smoltek is awarded a new patent. This new patent has been granted in Taiwan, and is relating to the patent family in the direction of CNF-MIM capacitor applications on interposers. This also brings our patent portfolio to now comprise 72 granted patents.
Smoltek conducts operations in the development, industrialization and licensing of technology solutions, based on the company’s patent-protected carbon nanofiber technology, for the semiconductor industry within the Group company Smoltek Semi. Its main focus is the industrialization and commercialization of the company’s ultra-thin CNF-MIM capacitors.
Smoltek’s CEO Håkan Persson has bought 50,000 shares in Smoltek for just over SEK 1.35 million. The shares were purchased from the company’s two largest owners, Finn Gramnaes (Gramtec Business Partner) and current CTO, Peter Enoksson.
Smoltek is awarded a new patent in Korea. This patent is the fourth one of the patent family in the direction of CNF-MIM based compact energy storage on interposers. This also means that our global patent portfolio now comprises 71 granted patents.