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August 05, 2015 3:38 AM ET

Metals and Mining

Company Overview of Xtalic Corporation

Company Overview

Xtalic Corporation produces nanostructured metal alloys for connector, PCB, and emerging applications. It offers XTRONIC BL, a nanostructured barrier layer; XTRONIC PC, a wear and corrosion resistance solution; and new alloys with performance. The company was founded in 2005 and is based in Marlborough, Massachusetts.

260 Cedar Hill Street

Marlborough, MA 01752

United States

Founded in 2005

Phone:

508-485-9730

Fax:

508-485-9735

Key Executives for Xtalic Corporation

Chief Executive Officer
Co-Founder and Chief Scientist
Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer
Chief Financial Officer
Vice President of Operations
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.

Xtalic Corporation Key Developments

Xtalic Plans to Debut a New Metal Alloy Toward the End of 2014

Xtalic plans to debut a new metal alloy toward the end of this 2014 that aims to serve as a lower-cost replacement for gold in electronics, including mobile devices. The firm's nanotechnology, initially born at MIT, involves altering the crystal structure of metals to allow for special properties. The initial Xtalic material — made from nickel — is already used by 17 of the 20 large electronics companies internationally, Clay said. The companies place a shield made from the material underneath gold in their connectors, which allows them to reduce their gold needs in connectors by two-thirds. Xtalic is now gearing up to start shipping a full-fledged gold replacement, likely in the fourth quarter of the year. The material, named Luna, will be made from a new metal alloy (which isn't being disclosed right now). It will be used in both power cords and electronic devices.

Xtalic Plans to Debut New Metal Alloy at the End of 2014

Xtalic plans to debut a new metal alloy toward the end of 2014 that aims to serve as a lower-cost replacement for gold in electronics, including mobile devices. The firm's nanotechnology, initially born at MIT, involves altering the crystal structure of metals to allow for special properties. The initial Xtalic material — made from nickel — is already used by 17 of the 20 large electronics companies internationally.

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