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DPW Holdings, Inc. (NYSE American: DPW) is “One to Watch”

  • Operates various segments across multiple strategic industries
  • Acquires undervalued assets and disruptive technologies with a global impact to help them reach full potential and optimum investor return
  • Operates various subsidiaries and is engaged in a variety of strategic investments
  • On track to achieve positive unrestricted free cash flow by end of 2019

DPW Holdings, Inc. (NYSE American: DPW) is a diverse holding company pursuing a growth strategy of acquiring undervalued assets with disruptive technologies with a global impact.

The company invests in diverse industries within the commercial, defense/aerospace, industrial, communication, medical, crypto-mining, hospitality, textile, and corporate investment/lending sectors. DPW has evolved and grown from being a leader in advanced power products. Through its subsidiaries, the company continues to be a leader and supplier of innovative technologies, advanced design and development services, and state-of-the-art power products and solutions.

Through its wholly owned Coolisys Technologies, Inc. subsidiary, DPW is committed to offering world-class technology-based solutions for critical applications and lifesaving services that are primarily driven by innovation. Coolisys targets to the defense, aerospace, naval, homeland security, medical, telecom, datacom and industrial markets. Its growth strategy centers on core markets that are characterized by “high barriers to entry” and require specialized products and services not likely to be commoditized. Through a portfolio of companies, Coolisys is engaged in developing and manufacturing advanced switching power products and power solutions that utilize a customized digital power management and resonant topology to attain:

  • The highest efficiency and highest density power converters and inverters
  • Specialized complex airborne high-frequency, radio frequency (RF), and microwave detector-log video amplifiers (DLVA)
  • Very high-frequency filters
  • Naval power conversion and distribution equipment

Coolisys offers its technology and services through three primary groups: the Power Solutions Group (PSG), the Defense and Aerospace Solutions Group (DSG), and the Advanced Service Industries (ASI) Group. Coolisys manages five divisions:

  • Digital Power Corporation, a leader in providing power electronics technology that is based in northern California.
  • Digital Power Limited dba Gresham Power Ltd, a designer and manufacturer of power distribution systems primarily for Naval use that is based in Salisbury, UK.
  • Microphase Corporation, a designer and manufacturer of microwave electronics technology that is based in Shelton, Connecticut.
  • Power-Plus Technical Distributors, a value-added distributor that is based in Sonora, California.
  • Enertec Systems, a developer and manufacturer of specialized advanced electronic systems for the defense and aerospace sectors that is based in Karmiel, Israel.

DPW’s portfolio of wholly owned subsidiaries also includes Digital Power Lending, LLC (“DPL”), a California private lending company operating under Financial Lender’s License ##60DBO-77905. DPL is dedicated to strategically providing capital to small and middle-size businesses for an equity interest in addition to loan fees and interest. DPL provides secured and unsecured debt financing for public and private companies. These loans will typically have a six to 12-month maturity and range from $250,000-$5 million. DPL is active in bridge loans, receivable financing, inter company loans and micro loans. DPL will work with a network of company owned ATMs (terminals) in California, which will help utilize its CA Finance Lending License and enable the company to offer micro loans of up to $500 or less.

Management has over 50 years of Wall Street experience of investing in, and building companies. DPL’s desire is to bring world-class companies lending opportunities while allowing main street investors to participate. Deal flow and organization comes from an extensive network of investment bankers, business brokers, family offices, and institutional clients enabling DPL to engage and fund the most compelling companies from Silicon Valley to Wall Street.

To date, DPL has funded over $19 million in loans. Since inception, DPL has internally funded over $15 million to DPW’s portfolio companies and wholly owned subsidiaries. As for companies outside DPW, DPL has lent over $4 million in commercial and real estate loans. DPL has funded INVO Bioscience, Medovex, Parallax, Alzamend Neuro, as well as hospitality clients, such as Guilia DTLA and Prep Kitchens.

Another subsidiary wholly owned by DPW is Super Crypto Mining, Inc., a cloud computing service that provides shared and managed computing resources optimized for various block chain mining solutions. Based in Newport Beach, California, Super Crypto Mining leverages its engineering expertise and existing locations to create cryptocurrency mining facilities throughout the world. The company owns and maintains the computing resources and sells access to their use. The established mining is on the Top 3 crypto-currencies with the goal of having 10,000 miners deployed in 2018. Super Crypto Mining endeavors to leverage its engineering expertise and existing global facilities (high-security defense business locations) to secure mining farms. Super Crypto Mining is a rapidly growing organization that recently strategically secured 25 megawatts to power the company’s mining farm. For crypto currency mining, locations with inexpensive power and secure capacity are minimal and hence costly. Having such a location allows the company to grow its mining business to more than 20,000 mining machines. Super Crypto Mining continues to purchase mining machines and explore opportunities to expand its services into other related areas including mining farm real estate investments, mining machine development, and mainstream blockchain projects.

DPW additionally has beneficiary ownership in MTIX International, Inc., the parent company of MTIX, Ltd. and I.AM, Inc.

MTIX was acquired by Avalanche International aka MTIX International, Inc., in August 2017 and offers “green technology” that uses a proprietary laser process to enhance the surface of textiles. This process reduces water usage by approximately 75 percent, reduces greenhouse gases by approximately 90 percent, and reduces chemical use by approximately 95 percent.

I.AM, acquired in May 2018, owns and operates hospitality offerings that include four Prep Kitchen brand restaurants and Giulia DTLA.

Utilizing a shareholder-centric approach to compensation, DPW has formulated the following 10-year objectives:

  • Achieve compounded annual revenue growth of 25-35%
  • Achieve compounded annual net Income growth of 5%
  • Achieve positive unrestricted free cash flow by the end of 2019

DPW is led by a seasoned team of successful business professionals and entrepreneurs. The company is headquartered in Newport Beach, California.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.DPWHoldings.com

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