Display firm lands £2m supply

January 2007
Electronics Weekly;1/10/2007, Issue 2270, p5
Trade Publication
The article presents information on the supply contract landed by Scotland-based microdisplay firm MicroEmissive Displays Ltd. (MED). The £2 million deal with a manufacturer of consumer products is for the second version of its microdisplay which will be moved into volume manufacturing in the second quarter of 2007. According to Bill Miller, CEO of MED, the contract is an extremely positive start to the order book the company intend to build over the coming months.


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