Plastic Logic could take manufacturing partners

s. b.; Bush, Steve
May 2006
Electronics Weekly;5/24/2006, Issue 2242, p9
Trade Publication
The article reports that polymer semiconductor firm Plastic Logic Ltd. is considering the possibility of forming partnerships to support volume production. Stuart Evans, chief executive officer (CEO) of the firm, says that they will take decision by the end of 2006. The firm owns patents in solution-processed polymer transistors and produces flexible displays with the help of technology from U.S. firm E Ink.


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