Dukosi Appoints Jeff Sieber as VP Global Sales
PRESS RELEASE December 7th 2021
Dukosi, innovators in battery management systems, has appointed Jeff Sieber as VP Global Sales. Sieber joins the company having enjoyed a long career leading sales teams in both semiconductor and battery markets across the globe. With a background in electrical engineering, he is well placed to lead the worldwide market roll out of Dukosi’s wireless Battery Management System (wBMS) technology. He will be based at the Dukosi office in greater Detroit.
Speaking of the appointment Dukosi’s CEO Nat Edington said “Jeff brings the perfect balance of experience from the semiconductor market, and over a decade of working in the battery industry. He has international reach, having led teams in all major regions including U.S, Europe, and Asia – all of which are major markets for next-generation batteries.
The key to success in the fast moving battery and BMS market is innovation. As the holder of multiple patents himself, Jeff understands the need to disrupt the market, and has proven experience of operating at the cutting edge of new innovations.”
Sieber added “For me, Dukosi is addressing some of the most limiting factors that the battery industry faces today. Ultimately, batteries need to be simpler, smarter and safer. Through Dukosi’s innovative technology, battery pack design can be untethered from the limitations of excessive wiring, and simultaneously produce better data on the state of health and state of charge of the battery. This data enables batteries to operate more efficiently, offers electric vehicle OEMs extended range, better prognosis and faster charging. I’m incredibly excited to be working with such fantastic technology”.
Dukosi is a fabless semiconductor company. It enables lighter, less complex high voltage batteries, with more granular data reported and processed. It does this by providing a wireless sensor hub for each cell, eliminating all the wires, pins, connectors, and printed circuit boards of modular battery systems. A single antenna cable, paired with NFC technology, communicates from hundreds of cells to one central BMS per battery, without requiring line-of-sight, enabling a flexible, true cell to pack architecture.