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November 27, 2015 4:02 AM ET

Electronic Equipment, Instruments and Components

Company Overview of Ioxus, Inc.

Company Overview

Ioxus, Inc. develops, manufactures, and sells ultra-capacitors and ultra-capacitor-based energy storage systems for transportation, alternative energy, medical, industrial, and consumer product markets. The company’s products include cells and modules. Its products are used in windmill pitch control, automotive subsystems, backup power solutions/UPS, handheld portable devices, hybrid energy storage, hybrid drive trains, and grid/power correction. The company sells its products through distributors in the United States and internationally. Ioxus, Inc. was formerly known as Renewable Energy Development, Inc. and changed its name to Ioxus, Inc. in April 2009. The company was founded in 2006 and...

18 Stadium Circle

Oneonta, NY 13820

United States

Founded in 2006





Key Executives for Ioxus, Inc.

Chief Executive Officer and President
Executive Chairman of The Board
Age: 69
Co-Founder, Senior Vice President of Sales & Marketing and Vice President of Product Management
Chief Financial Officer
Chief Operating Officer
Age: 54
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.

Ioxus, Inc. Key Developments

Ioxus Names Don Runkle Chairman of the Board

Ioxus, Inc. named Donald Runkle as the company's Executive Chairman of the Board. Runkle is an internationally recognized authority in the automotive industry with extensive C-level experience at General Motors and Delphi. After his distinguished career at GM, Runkle became Vice-Chairman of Delphi Corporation where he was the senior executive for deploying lean principles and streamlining and integrating engineering, manufacturing, and purchasing. He served on the Board of Directors and Strategy Board, the company’s top two policy-making groups. Runkle was Delphi’s Chief Technology Officer, responsible for R&D, Global Supply Management, and executive leadership of engineering and manufacturing. He was also the leader for the DaimlerChrysler and Commercial Vehicle customer teams, two of the higher growth customer accounts.

Ioxus Launches iMOD X-Series Product Line for Ultracapacitor Application with Advanced Enhancements

Ioxus announced the official launch of the iMOD X-Series™, a family of 22 modules that makes the design and installation at the system level extremely easy for the end-customer. The architecture of the iMOD X-Series will be the framework for future Ioxus energy storage technologies across its ultracapacitor systems. The X-Series was initially introduced in April 2014 during a soft launch of the product’s Alpha design. The production launch of the iMOD X-Series simplifies system design and installation for the end-user by offering customers nearly an infinite array of possible mounting configurations. This level of flexibility is made possible by the design of the iMOD X-Series’ core technology. Built modularly to maximize quality and value, the core includes integrated wire management systems to ensure proper wire location, integrated heat sinks, and unmatched 5,000 VAC hi-pot. The iMOD X-Series line includes advanced monitoring and communications choices, making CAN communications available on all X-Series products to help the end-user accurately monitor vital statics. Advanced features of the iMOD X-Series include: Configurability: Configurable T-Slot mounting for flexible voltage configuration to meet virtually all customer requirements, creating orientation-agnostic mounting with infinite flexibility and no customer hardware requirements. 5000 VAC Hi-pot: Up to 2,000 VDC applicability depending on specific industry standards. Modularity: Flexibility to serve and optimize applications that are currently underserved, such as the UPS, power quality and light rail markets, at competitive price points. Upgradability: All monitoring, balancing and CAN communications are mounted outside the module, making for easy maintenance and upgrades. Retrofitting is possible, allowing the customer to decide to add CAN communications at a later date, or even switch from analog monitoring to digital monitoring, in the field. Integrated Heat Sink: Dramatic improvements in heating and cooling dissipation, which improves life and reliability. Durability: Highest shock and vibration rating in the industry: ISO 16750-3 Table 12 & 14. Environmental protection: IP-67 rated for all modules in the family as a standard feature. 'Off-the-shelf development': Customers can now right-size the product to their application without having to pay for a new design or wait for the design cycle. There are 22 different modules available, using three popular cell ratings that provide ultimate flexibility. Reliability: Using the IoxusTitan™ Cell, with unsurpassed electro-chemical stability, extreme thermal management, best balancing, and optional communications, the iMOD X-Series is built for long term reliability. Future Proof: The iMOD X-Series can be upgraded with the latest chemistries as they are developed and released by Ioxus, allowing for higher voltage and increased energy to be used in the existing X-Series modules. Easy Installation: Front facing terminals for minimized cable or bus bar length and movement, which reduce or eliminate upkeep and design time. Removing cables that cross front-to-back in the design allows for easy and safe maintenance of the system.

Ioxus, Inc. Announces Incorporation of Ioxus (Shanghai) Clean Energy Technology Co., Ltd. in Shanghai, China

Ioxus, Inc. announced incorporation of Ioxus (Shanghai) Clean Energy Technology Co. Ltd., in Shanghai, China. The new operating entity will sell directly to the Asian market enabling Ioxus to better serve the needs of a rapidly growing global customer base. Ioxus' new downtown Shanghai facilities include an office and a fully functional warehouse located in Shanghai's FTZ (Free Trade Zone), further establishing the company's commitment to the region and its customers. The facility will serve as a storage and distribution center enabling the quick delivery of products, specifically for hybrid bus installation. The new Shanghai office - located at 2616 Ascendas Plaza, 133 Tianyaoqiao Rd, Xuhui District, Shanghai 200030 - will include sales support and field application engineering to assist with market applications such as automotive and transportation.

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