Organic LED displays are the way ahead for Anders

June 2006
Electronics Weekly;6/7/2006, Issue 2244, p18
Trade Publication
The article focuses on a range of processor-based embedded system products by Anders Electronics. The products are for industrial, retail and medical applications which are based around specific flat panel display and microprocessor franchises. The company has also opened a display design and support facility in London. It also has the first European custom development and manufacturing service for display applications using Intel XScale processors.


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