mPhase Technologies develops and commercializes next-generation solutions for telecommunications and nanotechnology applications. The address to both markets takes advantage of a broad partnership with Lucent Technologies including Bell Laboratories and Lucent World Wide Services.
Successful companies know how to innovate. Innovation stems from a creative ability to make or do things better or concive of ideas that are entirely new. Real Innovation occurs when an invention is transformed into a commercial product that end users want or need. It involves knowledge of technologies, applications and markets and the ability to capitalize on good business opportunities when they present themselves.
The Company is commercializing a nanotechnology-based extremely long shelf-life battery. mPhase currently has a two-to-five year time horizon for commercializing this technology. mPhase has also proven that it can attract talented industry executives from leading firms to join its management team.
mPhase Technologies Inc. is an inventive and innovative development company specializing in microfluidics, microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) and nanotechnology. A public company trading under the stock symbol XDSL, mPhase was founded in October 1996 as a spin-off of Microphase Corporation, a leader in RF component technologies since 1995, and is headquartered in Clifton, New Jersey with additional offices in Norwalk, Connecticut, and New York City.
In 2004, mPhase Technologies collaborated with the renowned Bell Laboratories to develop a new technology called the Smart NanoBattery that has the potential to revolutionize the battery industry. This well-patented technology is based on a phenomenon known as electrowetting that provides a unique way to activate the battery to gain access to energy stored and manage power. The platform technology behind the Smart NanoBattery is a porous nanostructured componet that repels and precisely controls the flow of certain liquids.
Recently, mPhase has focused on development of a lithium Smart NanoBattery. Working closely with other development companies and the Energy Storage Research Group at Rutgers University, mPhase introduced the first version of the lithium Smart NanoBattery Designed for portable electronic and microelectronic applications. One Version of the lithium battery based on a breakable separator is being developed for emergency flashlight applications.
mPhase welcomes collaborations with other companies and organizations and is actively seeking partners interested in using the Smart NanoBattery or its platform technology for power systems or other applications.