David Savastano, Editor12.21.10
The ability to create new products is an essential component to the growth of printed electronics, and businesses, research institutes and universities alike are developing promising new technologies.
Once these products are in place, the next step is showing potential customers that the products can be mass-produced. This has been a step that has halted some noteworthy projects.
Palo Alto Research Center (PARC), a Xerox company, is working on both the R&D and production side of the PE business.
Recent announcements of agreements between PARC and Thin Film Electronics on developing next-generation printed memory solutions and PARC and Soligie on scaling products from the lab to fab hold tremendous promise.
“This year, our big focus is on closing the gap between research and the market,” said Jennifer Ernst, PARC’s director, business development. “The partnerships with Thin Film Electronics and Soligie are key part
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