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E Ink (Billerica, Massachusetts), the originator, pioneer, and global commercial leader in digital paper technology, recently announced the launch of the latest generation of their Advanced Color ePaper (ACeP) platform, E Ink Gallery Plus. This next generation, full colour ePaper module, has a colour gamut ideally reaching 60 000, an improvement over the earlier generations. E Ink Gallery Plus targets indoor commercial signage for retail, restaurants, transportation and public information displays. The 28-inch and 25.3-inch displays are being used in the Smart Display Metro Digital Train of Taipei Metro.

 

The Panasonic Corporation has commercialised a double-sided full wiring transparent conductive film combining low resistance and high transmissivity, using its unique roll-to-roll construction method for the first time in the industry.

 

FlexEnable (Cambridge, UK), a leader in the development and industrialisation of flexible organic electronics, has raised $11M Series B financing. Coretronic, a major Taiwanese LCD backlight module manufacturer, has made a strategic investment alongside significant European family offices. The initial $11M investment includes options for a further $14m and is expected to finance FlexEnable through to mass production ramp up of flexible displays and liquid crystal optical modules at Asian display manufacturing partners. The funds will also be used to scale up the company’s organic materials production capacity to meet the growing needs of display manufacturing partners entering volume production.

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