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About Nuventix

Nuventix is an active thermal management solutions company located in Austin, Texas. The Nuventix-developed SynJet module is a synthetic jet cooling technology that utilizes turbulent pulses of air generated from an electromagnetic actuator. SynJet thermal management is changing how air cooling is used. From LED lighting to servers to embedded systems, high reliability air cooling is now an option for the most demanding environments.

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1900 W Braker Lane Building E, Suite 100

Austin, Texas, 78758,

United States


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Nuventix Patents

Nuventix has filed 42 patents.

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Fluid dynamics, Energy conversion, Aerodynamics, Boundary layer meteorology, Hybrid electric cars


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Fluid dynamics, Energy conversion, Aerodynamics, Boundary layer meteorology, Hybrid electric cars



Latest Nuventix News

Nuventix is acquired by a New Hampshire company

Jul 3, 2014

A New Hampshire company has acquired Nuventix Inc. just weeks after Nuventix completed a Series F round of financing. Austin-based Nuventix — which has raised at least $55 million in investment capital since launching — does not list the deal on its website, but Aavid Thermalloy LLC announced the acquisition with a Tuesday news release. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. Aavid, founded in 1964, develops thermal management solutions, including heat sinks, heat pipe assemblies and cold plates for several industries. See Also Another Austin recruiting firm acquisition: HireBetter does it again Nuventix, which was founded in 2005 as Innovative Fluids Inc., develops a cooling device for electronics products. The company employed 37 workers in 2012, the last time headcount could be confirmed. In March of that year, it reported raising $6.9 million of a planned $10 million Series E round of funding from 12 investors. The financing increased to $50 million the amount of investment capital the company had received since launching, officials said. Company investors include New York-based Braemar Energy Ventures , Dallas- and Austin-based CenterPoint Ventures , California-based InterWest Partners LLP, New York-based Rho Ventures, Minnesota-based Bergquist Co. and the General Electric Co. (NYSE: GE). Last month, Nuventix reported raising more than $4.9 million of a planned $5 million round of funding from 14 investors. The financing was an update to an October 2013 filing in which Nuventix reported raising $2.6 million of the $5 million target, according to filings with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission . Christopher Calnan covers technology, finance and clean energy for the Austin Business Journal. Subscribe to the Energy Inc. newsletter Related links:

Nuventix Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Nuventix founded?

    Nuventix was founded in 2003.

  • Where is Nuventix's headquarters?

    Nuventix's headquarters is located at 1900 W Braker Lane, Austin.

  • What is Nuventix's latest funding round?

    Nuventix's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • How much did Nuventix raise?

    Nuventix raised a total of $63.75M.

  • Who are the investors of Nuventix?

    Investors of Nuventix include Aavid Thermalloy, CenterPoint Ventures, Braemar Energy Ventures, InterWest Partners, Advanced Technology Ventures and 9 more.

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