Akoustis™ CEO Jeff Shealy To Present At The Drexel Hamilton Emerging Growth Conference

Charlotte N.C., Nov. 22, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Akoustis Technologies, Inc. (OTCQB: AKTS) ("Akoustis" or the "Company"), a manufacturer of innovative BulkONE™ bulk acoustic wave (BAW) high-band RF filters for mobile wireless, announced today that the Company's CEO, Jeff Shealy, will present at the Drexel Hamilton 2016 Emerging Growth Conference held on December 1 st in New York City.

 

Mr. Shealy will present on Thursday, December 1 st at 10:30 a.m. ET.   He will also meet one-on-one with institutional investors during the conference.  Investors are invited to request a one-on-one meeting with Akoustis management by contacting their Drexel Hamilton representative.

 

About Akoustis

Akoustis™ ( http://www.akoustis.com) is a high-tech RF filter solutions company that manufactures its unique, patent-pending BulkONE™ technology to produce single crystal bulk acoustic wave (BAW) RF filters for the mobile-wireless industry, which facilitate signal acquisition and accelerate band performance between the antenna and the back end of mobile devices. Its BulkONE™ technology will service the fast growing multi-billion dollar market of device OEMs, network providers, and consumers to diminish front end phone heat, battery drain and signal loss -- all considered to be directly related to current RF polycrystalline filter technologies' limitations.  Akoustis' "asset-lite" business model is capital efficient, leveraging existing manufacturing infrastructure in the semiconductor industry. Akoustis™ is located in the Piedmont technology corridor between Charlotte and Raleigh, North Carolina.

 

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