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Enzolytics, Inc. Poised to Invest Alongside Sagaliam Acquisition Corp in Revolutionary Room Temperature SPAD Technology

Monday, 03 June 2024 08:45 AM

Enzolytics, Inc.

ALLEN, TX / ACCESSWIRE / June 3, 2024 / Enzolytics, Inc. (OTC PINK:ENZC) ("enzolytics.com")(the "Company") is thrilled to announce that the Company and Sagaliam Acquisition Corp ("SAGA") are negotiating a landmark investment of six million US dollars ($6,000,000). This investment includes three million dollars in cash and an equivalent amount in a combination of the Company and SAGA common stock, in exchange for a non-dilutable thirty percent (30%) ownership in the International Cultural and Educational Exchange Foundation's Room Temperature Single Photon Avalanche Diode (SPAD) Project (the "SPAD Project").

A Technological Breakthrough with Far-reaching Impact

The SPAD Project represents a cutting-edge breakthrough in semiconductor technology. Room temperature SPAD technology, a recent innovation, allows for the detection of single photons at room temperature, paving the way for transformative advancements across various industries. Unlike traditional photon detection methods that require cooling, this technology dramatically enhances efficiency and reduces operational costs, making it highly attractive for applications in medical radiology, Lidar, military operations, space exploration, and security systems.

Silicon Photonics: Ushering in the Future of Semiconductors

The integration of silicon photonics into this project signifies a leap forward in semiconductor technology. Silicon photonics employs light instead of copper to transmit signals within integrated circuits (ICs), resulting in speeds up to 100 times faster and significantly reducing the heat generated by AI computing. This technology is crucial for the future of high-performance computing and AI, where managing heat and increasing speed are paramount.

Leadership and Vision

The SPAD Project will be led by Dr. Tong of the International Cultural and Educational Exchange Foundation ("ICEEF"), who brings over fifteen years of experience in CMOS technology and a decade of expertise in silicon photonics. Under Dr. Tong's leadership, the ICEEF team has become a knowledge hub for these technologies, driving innovation and setting new standards in the industry.

Strategic Collaborations and Statements

Harry Zhabilov, Chief Science Officer of ENZC and SAGA and the source of this opportunity, highlighted the vast potential: "The array of opportunities for this technology and the individuals associated with the project opens multiple doors for the combined ENZC and SAGA platforms. We are particularly excited about the potential uses in the diagnostic medical space."

Barry Kostiner, the CEO of Sagaliam, shared his enthusiasm: "I have advised technology companies focused on applications of Lidar technology to infrastructure development and geospatial information systems. Investing in the SPAD project enables a significant leap forward in Lidar and imaging technologies. Under Dr. Tong's leadership, the ICEEF team has become a knowledge hub for silicon photonics, which significantly increases speed and reduces heat, revolutionizing the industry. The addition of germanium to SPADs, a key innovation for enhancing performance at room temperatures, is well within their team's capabilities. This enhancement, combined with ICEEF and ENZC's strategic partnerships, ensures that we can make significant contributions to photonics technology."

Steve Sharabura, the CEO of Enzolytics, emphasized the transformative potential: "The medical industry applications of SPAD technology have the potential to revolutionize diagnostics and imaging. This investment is a significant addition to Enzolytics' portfolio of medical technologies, further advancing our mission to bring cutting-edge technologies to market that improve patient well-being."

About Enzolytics, Inc.

Enzolytics, Inc. is transitioning from a drug development company committed to commercializing its proprietary proteins and monoclonal antibodies to treat debilitating infectious diseases to a sales, marketing, and distribution entity focusing on medical devices, medical testing, and nutraceutical products.

Forward-Looking Statements

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CONTACT INFORMATION

Enzolytics, Inc.
Steve Sharabura, Chief Executive Officer
3002 Royal Palm
Baytown, Texas 77523

X/Twitter: @enzolyticsinc
Tel: (845) 925-4597

SOURCE: Enzolytics, Inc.

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