A printer Ceradrop presented at the LOPEC exhibition
A printer Ceradrop presented at the LOPEC exhibition


Companies / Markets

Ceradrop, a manufacturer of inkjet printers tailored for the production of printed electronics based in France, just announced its integration into the MGI Group. Through this move the company hopes to benefit from MGI’s ecosystem to consolidate its technology, enjoy a worldwide presence and industrialise its products in the printed electronics market. 

  This wafer contains tiny computers using carbon nanotubes, a material that could lead to smaller, more energy-efficient processors
This wafer contains tiny computers using carbon nanotubes, a material that could lead to smaller, more energy-efficient processors


Products

A team of engineers at Stanford University, CA, USA, has successfully built a basic computer using carbon nanotubes (CNT) instead of silicon.

  The Tempe system
The Tempe system


Companies / Markets

Colnatec LLC, a manufacturer of temperature-controlled sensors for thickness measurement of thin film devices based in Gilbert, Arizona, and Novaled AG, a provider of OLED technologies and materials, which is headquartered in Dresden, Germany, just announced that they will work together in a joint research and development project to test the performance of “Tempe”, which according to the companies is the world’s first heated quartz crystal microbalance (QCM) sensor system for device layer self-regeneration in continuously-run OLED production.

  The R2Flex desk luminaire
The R2Flex desk luminaire


Products

As Fraunhofer COMEDD and Tridonic Dresden recently announced the joint OLED project R2Flex, which was aimed at the production of highly efficient organic devices on flexible substrates, manufactured in a roll-to-roll process technology, has been brought to a successful conclusion. As a result the two companies present a demonstrator of a desk luminaire with flexible OLED.

  The CoverReader
The CoverReader


Companies / Markets

Plastic Logic Ltd, a UK based specialist for flexible displays, and Pocketbook Readers GmbH, a German producer of multifunctional electronic devices based on E Ink technology, recently announced that they will team up to develop the next PocketBook CoverReader.