Solicore Responds to Market Demand; Deploys Copper/Copper Battery Terminal Configuration
Lakeland, Fla.—January 23, 2008—Solicore, Inc., a leader in providing ultra-thin flexible lithium polymer batteries, is introducing a new high-speed production version of its pioneering Flexion® batteries which includes copper/copper battery terminal configurations. This enhancement meets the increased market demand for a product with dual copper battery terminals. Solicore’s groundbreaking embedded power solution now simplifies current attachment methods and allows implementation of additional attachment options to platforms and applications.
“Since the introduction of our Flexion batteries, Solicore has experienced tremendous global demand based on our unique and unparalleled technology. Solicore’s growth strategy has always focused on listening to the voice of our customers and providing products that accelerate our clients’ time to market,” says Solicore CEO David Corey.
Solicore’s introduction of copper/copper battery terminals will simplify current attachment methods such as ultrasonic welding and the use of conductive adhesives. Many Solicore customers continue to implement new attachment techniques and have requested copper/copper battery terminals to enable these methods. The paper-thin Flexion batteries by Solicore have been met with great demand from the financial and bankcard industries, OTP card industry and in the RFID market. Flexion batteries are uniquely designed to be flexible, ultra-thin and heat/pressure resistant, making them ideal for card platforms and applications.
More information about Solicore’s Flexion battery solutions is available at www.Solicore.com
About Solicore, Inc.
Solicore is a worldwide leader of embedded power solutions, offering its Flexion® product portfolio of advanced ultra-thin flexible lithium polymer batteries for powered cards, RFID and micro medical devices. Solicore’s advanced battery technology is ultra-thin, flexible, safe and environmentally friendly, and significantly enhances the capabilities of lithium-based batteries. For more information, visit www.solicore.com
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