THE PATH OF LEAST RESISTANCE
Superconductive materials have zero electrical resistance, so current flows without losing energy.
Historically, they required cold temperatures to be effective—as low as absolute zero.
Today, thanks to significant improvements made over the last century, superconductors can reach zero resistance at about 90 Kelvin.
AMBATURE's materials build on these improvements, achieving superconductivity at warmer temperatures.
Ambature, Inc. has developed a synthetic material that reduces electrical resistance in products like integrated circuits, sensors, batteries, and quantum computers.
Ambature is an Intellectual Property licensing company with over 200 active patents with more than 3,500 unique claims in the area of a-axis superconducting technology.
Ambature's patents are registered in 10 of the world’s major economies—the US, EU, China, Japan, India, Canada, Russia, South Korea, Taiwan, and Israel—which comprise approximately 78% of the world’s GDP.
Ambature has created a core set of IP around superconductive materials and related sets of IP for approximately 22 families of technical implementations of the core IP for specific product applications, each individually addressing multi-billion dollar markets. These families of product applications implementations include:
Superconducting Quantum Interface Components
Transistors and Super conductive powders
Antennas & Sensors
Batteris & Energy Storage devices
MEMS & Interconnects for RF Circuits
Medical Devices & Nanowires
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