IPS Begins Delivering Thin-Film Batteries

March 2009
Assembly;Mar2009, Vol. 52 Issue 3, p19
The article reports on the delivery of Thinergy thin-film, micro-energy cells to several trial customers such as Lockheed Martin Corp. by Infinite Power Solutions Inc. (IPS) in 2009. The IPS cells are said to be capable of lasting the life of the products they serve, thus, eliminating the need for battery replacement. According to Lockheed strategic development director Macy Summers, the cells will play a key role in miniature, networked, autonomously powered mobile electronic devices.


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