Berlin, Germany (26 August 2020)—INAM, the Innovation Network for Advanced Materials, announces HYMET Thermal Interfaces SIA as a new startup member to their network.
INAM is a global network of companies and research institutes in the field of Advanced Materials. Their mission is to support innovative ideas, products and processes in the field of Advanced Materials with the aim of accelerating the global market entry of technology innovations by providing access to infrastructure and collaboration between corporates, startups and research institutions.
“We are very pleased to have joined INAM,” said Nikolas Trutiak, founder of HYMET. “It connects us with people who come from a diverse background but all have the goal of bringing great technology to market. It supports, pushes, connects, encourages and sharpens us as a company. One day I hope to know enough to contribute as much to INAM as we hope to get from them! We are excited about the future!”
HYMET ushers in a new era of higher performing, lighter, cooler, longer lasting and more beautiful products in solid state lighting, computing, electric vehicles and many other industries. Their new thermal interface materials combines the best aspects of greases, tapes and foams into one product. HYMET can compress up to 70% in plastic deformation and can also be manufactured to any thickness and cut to any shape while eliminating voids and air pockets. Superior to nearly all greases, pastes, foam or tapes in price, performance and practicality, HYMET thermal interfaces have no analogue and provide dramatic improvements to a foundational technology in the electronics industry - thermal management.
INAM and HYMET crossed paths through the Commercialization Reactor – an international platform, based in Latvia, that brings together scientists, startup founders, inventors and industrial corporations for science commercialization.
“We love seeing so many deep tech startups coming from Riga, through the efforts of the wonderful team at Commercialization Reactor,” said INAM’s Managing Director, Antonia Caraveteanu. “HYMET is one of the most recent startups to join INAM from the vibrant Latvian ecosystem. We're very happy to have them on board and trust that their technology can pave the way for more powerful electronics.”
Founded only this past February, HYMET’s founders are moving quickly and will shortly close their pre-seed round of investment. Currently, they are on the look out for interested parties in the consumer electronic and automotive industries. By the winter of 2020, HYMET will begin A/B testing their thermal interfaces with manufacturers and electronic industry partners. Specifically, they would like to work with anyone in the following areas: solid state lighting, electric vehicles, consumer goods, raw materials manufacturing, computing and solar.
HYMET is also looking to grow their team of advisors with experience in the above industries as well as thermal interfaces. If you are interested in testing out their products or becoming one of their advisors, visit www.hymet.eu.
INAM, the Innovation Network for Advanced Materials, is a global network of companies and research institutes in the field of Advanced Materials. INAM’s goal is to enable the right connections and make technological innovations become reality by working closely with startups, SMEs, corporations and research institutes to start, grow and transform the development of Advanced Materials.
For more information visit: https://www.inam.berlin/