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Fuel Cell for portable devices
Ilse Jurriën : September 11th 2006 - 17:39 CET
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AntigFuel Cell for portable devices : Antig Technology, having revealed in CeBIT 2006 its SoC fuel cell module solutions for portable electronic devices, is coming back to Germany with its fuel cell strategic partners, Nan Ya Printed Circuit Boards (NY PCB), Asia Vital Components (AVC), and Syspotek at IFA 2006 to introduce the latest fuel cell design and solution services gear toward portable devices. All headquartered in Taiwan, the four strategic partners leverage the strong design and manufacturing capability of Taiwan / Greater China IT supply chain structure to solve the commercial bottleneck of the new energy technology - Fuel Cell. Together the team fulfills a complete fuel cell system from key components to the entire system.
Fuel Cell for portable devicesAntig - SoC Fuel Cell provider
Antig, as the fuel cell solution provider, had first came up with the unique and commercial viable SoC fuel cell module solution targeting the portable devices. This standardize module design and common communication protocols deployed enable quick adoption of new technology fuel cell to the applications.

About the three strategic partners
Nan Ya PCB, Syspotek, and AVC each took Antig's fuel cell module technology and integrated with their own expertise:
Nan Ya PCB : Nan Ya PCB the world leading PCB company, leverages its process and production capability into SoC fuel cell module mass production.
Syspotek : Syspotek the professional IC design company utilizes its knowledge in IC and application interfacing in the energy management of the fuel cell system.
AVC : AVC the world top thermal solution company, incorporates it's know-how into the Balance of Plant components in the fuel cell system.

Fuel Cell pack ODM/OEM service - IFA 2006
The fuel cell application reference design for portable devices - Begini, will be showcasing at IFA 2006, disclosing the fuel cell standardize and modular system components of Begini: Module Stack, EMS (Energy Management System), BOP (Balance of Plant), and Fuel Cartridge; the fuel cell reference design facilitates rapid adoption and optimization of fuel cell technology by the system/utility makers. For fuel cell pack ODM/OEM services or more information, visit : IFA 2006 at Hall 1.2 Stand 126

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