August 29, 2014 6:12 PM ET

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Company Overview of Nuventix, Inc.

Company Overview

Nuventix, Inc. manufactures thermal management products. It offers heatsinks, coolers, and chip coolers. The company serves industries ranging from cooling high power LEDs to computer cooling and chip cooling. Nuventix, Inc. was formerly known as Innovative Fluidics, Inc. and changed its name to Nuventix, Inc. in December 2006. The company was founded in 2003 and is based in Austin, Texas. As of July 1, 2014, Nuventix, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Aavid Thermalloy, LLC.

4635 Boston Lane

Austin, TX 78735

United States

Founded in 2003

Phone:

512-382-8100

Fax:

512-382-8101

Key Executives for Nuventix, Inc.

Chief Executive Officer
Age: 60
Senior Vice President of Operations
Vice President of Supply Chain Operations
Chief Scientist
Vice President of Worldwide Sales
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

Nuventix, Inc. Key Developments

Nuventix, Inc. Introduces LED Cooler R150-170

Nuventix, Inc. introduced its high bay product the LED Cooler R150-170, in answer to the ever evolving cooling needs of the LED industry. Built with the company's patented SynJet technology, the new high bay LED cooler is 33% smaller and 60% lighter than passive cooling equivalents used in industrial high bay fixtures, and is easy to fit into pendant form factor designs. The modular solution can be used independently as a stand-alone heatsink or with up to three SynJets, enabling flexibility in design and cooling and allowing for an entire line of low bay and high bay luminaires with the same form factor. Due to its heat pipes and the SynJet air transfer, the R150-170 has exceptional heat spreading and can cool up to 20,000 lumens in a round shape design. The efficiency of this design allows for the use of low cost compact LED arrays running at high currents without sacrificing color quality, brightness, or lifetime. The R150-170 high bay solution reduces the total cost of ownership of the LED system by maintaining thermal performance over the life of the system, saving on maintenance costs for end-users. High bay LED luminaires require significantly less in maintenance costs than fluorescents or 400-watt metal halide systems assuming the LEDs meet their rated performance with effective thermal management. Customers will also realize more than 30% energy cost reduction from fluorescents and more than 40% from 400-watt metal halides. LED lighting manufactures will also realize substantial cost savings with the R150-170 SynJet solution. Because of the R150-170 cooler's advanced thermal spreading and heat transfer capabilities, lighting manufacturers will be able to use smaller, less-expensive LED arrays and still achieve high color quality and lumen output.

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