San Jose, CA (PRWEB) April 23, 2013
Cymbet Corporation is one of the featured companies on the Design West 2013 Design Tour to be held at the San Jose Convention Center April 23-25. Exhibit attendees who participate in the Design Tour will not only see the latest technology from these leading companies, but can qualify for exciting prizes. Other Design Tour companies taking part in this passport program are: Mouser, NXP, BL Interface Products, Aaeon Electronics, IBM, Intel, Rhode & Schwarz, and Kontron.
“The Design Tour is a great way to encourage engineering discussions on the show floor. Cymbet is especially excited to be on the Design Tour with Mouser; one of our key Distribution partners.” said Steve Grady Cymbet VP Marketing. “We look forward to stamping the passports of both our Customers and design engineers who are new to Cymbet’s unique EnerChip™ rechargeable solid state batteries and energy harvesting solutions.”
Cymbet – located in booth 2030 - is the world leader in solid-state energy storage solutions for microelectronic systems. The company’s EnerChip devices are the first eco-friendly rechargeable smart solid state batteries that provide product design engineers with new embedded power capabilities. For example, the new EnerChip CBC3105 combines a power management IC with a 5uAh battery in a tiny 4 x 5 mm package that is priced at $0.35/ea in high volume. The CBC3105 evaluation board is now shipping in the Cymbet EVAL-05B Eval Kit.
EnerChip bare die batteries are the ideal solution for co-packaging energy storage directly with other integrated circuits. This embedded energy configuration can be seen in new exciting devices such as the CBC34123 Real Time Clock with integrated EnerChip battery. The CBC34123 uses SPI-bus and the EnerChip RTC CBC34523 uses I2C-bus. These EnerChip RTC devices will be used by Cymbet’s customers to create innovative, miniature, integrated products that solve the most challenging industry applications.
Cymbet Corporation is the leader in solid-state energy storage solutions for microelectronic systems. The company is the first to market eco-friendly rechargeable solid-state batteries that provide electronic systems designers with new embedded power capabilities. The company's EnerChip™ devices enable new concepts in energy storage application for ICs and new products for medical, sensor, RFID, industrial control, communications and portable electronic devices. Visit Cymbet online at http://www.cymbet.com.
Steve Grady VP Marketing