Greatbatch Acquires IntelliSensing

Tuesday, October 30, 2007
Greatbatch, Inc. (NYSE:GB) announced that its subsidiary, Electrochem Commercial Power, has acquired substantially all of the assets of IntelliSensing LLC for approximately $3.9m in cash. IntelliSensing, established in 2005 and based in Orchard Park, New York, designs and manufactures wireless sensor solutions that measure temperature, pressure, flow and other critical data. IntelliSensing's products, powered by lithium batteries, are designed to operate in environments where wired sensors are undesirable or impractical. IntelliSensing's portfolio will extend Electrochem's product portfolio in existing markets to offer complete technology solutions that enable customers to manage their processes more effectively, including oil & gas services, military, aerospace and other industrial applications.
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