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Chinese National Institutes sign collaboration agreement with G24i

Chinese National Institutes sign collaboration agreement with G24i

Just three weeks after G24 Innovations (G24i) successfully launched the world's first commercial application of Dye-Sensitive Solar Cells (DSSC), the global pioneer of DSSC announced that it has signed a formal agreement with three of China's most prestigious institutes to accelerate industrial development of the technology.
External Company Press Release
AdaptivEnergy and GainSpan Announce Technology Development Partnership

AdaptivEnergy and GainSpan Announce Technology Development Partnership

Energy harvesting innovator AdaptivEnergy and GainSpan® Corporation, a leader in low power Wi-Fi semiconductor solutions, have entered into a technology development partnership to further speed the development of energy harvesting to power Wi-Fi wireless sensor networks.
External Company Press Release
INFINERGY Micro Power Module Product Family

INFINERGY Micro Power Module Product Family

Infinite Power Solutions, Inc., a global leader in the development and manufacturing of solid-state, rechargeable, thin-film energy storage devices, formally unveiled its INFINERGY(TM) Micro Power Module products at the Energy Harvesting & Storage USA conference in Denver, Colorado.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 5, 2009
Energy Harvesting and WSN & RTLS Award Winners Announced

Energy Harvesting and WSN & RTLS Award Winners Announced

This week the IDTechEx events Energy Harvesting & Storage and Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) & RTLS took place in Denver, CO, USA. The event was attended by more than 290 attendees, with a brilliantly diverse spread of those through the value chain - from component suppliers to solution providers to many end users from different industries.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 4, 2009
Low-cost conductive papers and nonwovens for disposable electronics

Low-cost conductive papers and nonwovens for disposable electronics

Inexpensive, easy-to-manufacture conductive papers, tissues, and nonwovens open new areas for resistively heated and disposable electronic consumer goods. The technology allows electric and electronic features previously too expensive for disposables to be built into consumer goods with low-cost, non-metallic materials, thus opening a wide new range of applications.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 3, 2009
Thin films and nanotechnology for power

Thin films and nanotechnology for power

Printed electronics and electrics will be a $335 billion business in twenty years, just for devices primarily made by printing with electronic inks. IDTechEx gives a summary of the projections.
External Company Press Release
Aerotech's ETM improves positioning performance of motion systems

Aerotech's ETM improves positioning performance of motion systems

Aerotech's Enhanced Throughput Module (ETM) improves positioning performance of high-dynamic motion systems by directly measuring unwanted motion of the machine base and communicating it back to the controller for compensation.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 2, 2009
Terepac partnership on low-cost flexible electronics packaging

Terepac partnership on low-cost flexible electronics packaging

Terepac Corporation and IMEC announced their collaboration on novel packaging technologies for flexible electronics.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 30, 2009
Carbon nanotubes may cheaply harvest sunlight

Carbon nanotubes may cheaply harvest sunlight

University of Wisconsin-Madison researchers are studying how to create inexpensive, efficient solar cells from carbon nanotubes, which are sheets of carbon rolled into seamless cylinders 1-nanometer in diameter.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 29, 2009
End User Requirements Aired at Inaugural Energy Harvesting Event

End User Requirements Aired at Inaugural Energy Harvesting Event

Next week more than 300 attendees will converge in Denver at two co-located events: Energy Harvesting & Storage and Wireless Sensor Networks & RTLS. These events bring together the whole ecosystem from adopters of the technology to those making wireless sensors, ultra low power electronics, energy harvesting and energy storage devices.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 29, 2009
World's largest solar research and demonstration facility in China

World's largest solar research and demonstration facility in China

Applied Materials has taken an important step toward industrialization of the global solar industry with the recent opening of their state-of-the-art solar research and demonstration facility in Xian, China.
External Company Press Release
Ascent Solar unveils FlexPowerTM Modules

Ascent Solar unveils FlexPowerTM Modules

Ascent Solar Technologies, a developer of lightweight flexible thin-film photovoltaic modules, unveiled its FlexPowerTM line of products.
External Company Press Release
Liquavista's revolutionary displays set to transform eReader market

Liquavista's revolutionary displays set to transform eReader market

Liquavista launched its first technology platform LiquavistaBright, aimed at the booming eReader space.
External Company Press Release
QUE proReader by Plastic Logic to be sold in Barnes & Noble stores

QUE proReader by Plastic Logic to be sold in Barnes & Noble stores

Plastic Logic and Barnes & Noble announced that QUE the first proReader designed for business professionals, will be sold through Barnes & Noble's nationwide network of stores and online at Barnes & Noble.com.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 28, 2009
Xerox launches silver ink

Xerox launches silver ink

Xerox announces silver ink technology
External Company Press Release
Partners to develop integrated processors for the eReader market

Partners to develop integrated processors for the eReader market

Collaboration between market leaders designed to speed eBook evolution and enable new product categories.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 27, 2009
Summaries from the AIMCAL and IPC events

Summaries from the AIMCAL and IPC events

Last week IDTechEx presented at two events in the US on printed electronics. Here we bring you the highlights of some of the discussions and presentations that took place.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 26, 2009
Progress in Taiwan: e-Readers and developments at ITRI

Progress in Taiwan: e-Readers and developments at ITRI

IDTechEx recently visited Taiwan. In 2007, Taiwan's IC industry was $47 billion and its flat panel display industry was $34.36 billion. Leveraging this, it will be a formidable player in printed electronics.
External Company Press Release
Ascent Solar to supply solar modules to FTL Solar for NYSERDA project

Ascent Solar to supply solar modules to FTL Solar for NYSERDA project

Ascent Solar Technologies, will be providing modules to FTL Solar for their research and development contract with the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA).
External Company Press Release
Ascent Solar's 14% cell efficiency milestone in commercial production

Ascent Solar's 14% cell efficiency milestone in commercial production

Ascent Solar achieves 14% cell efficiency milestone in commercial production.
External Company Press Release
Chinese National Institutes sign collaboration agreement with G24i

Chinese National Institutes sign collaboration agreement with G24i

Just three weeks after G24 Innovations (G24i) successfully launched the world's first commercial application of Dye-Sensitive Solar Cells (DSSC), the global pioneer of DSSC announced that it has signed a formal agreement with three of China's most prestigious institutes to accelerate industrial development of the technology.
External Company Press Release
INFINERGY Micro Power Module Product Family

INFINERGY Micro Power Module Product Family

Infinite Power Solutions, Inc., a global leader in the development and manufacturing of solid-state, rechargeable, thin-film energy storage devices, formally unveiled its INFINERGY(TM) Micro Power Module products at the Energy Harvesting & Storage USA conference in Denver, Colorado.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 4, 2009
Low-cost conductive papers and nonwovens for disposable electronics

Low-cost conductive papers and nonwovens for disposable electronics

Inexpensive, easy-to-manufacture conductive papers, tissues, and nonwovens open new areas for resistively heated and disposable electronic consumer goods. The technology allows electric and electronic features previously too expensive for disposables to be built into consumer goods with low-cost, non-metallic materials, thus opening a wide new range of applications.
External Company Press Release
Aerotech's ETM improves positioning performance of motion systems

Aerotech's ETM improves positioning performance of motion systems

Aerotech's Enhanced Throughput Module (ETM) improves positioning performance of high-dynamic motion systems by directly measuring unwanted motion of the machine base and communicating it back to the controller for compensation.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 30, 2009
Carbon nanotubes may cheaply harvest sunlight

Carbon nanotubes may cheaply harvest sunlight

University of Wisconsin-Madison researchers are studying how to create inexpensive, efficient solar cells from carbon nanotubes, which are sheets of carbon rolled into seamless cylinders 1-nanometer in diameter.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 29, 2009
World's largest solar research and demonstration facility in China

World's largest solar research and demonstration facility in China

Applied Materials has taken an important step toward industrialization of the global solar industry with the recent opening of their state-of-the-art solar research and demonstration facility in Xian, China.
External Company Press Release
Liquavista's revolutionary displays set to transform eReader market

Liquavista's revolutionary displays set to transform eReader market

Liquavista launched its first technology platform LiquavistaBright, aimed at the booming eReader space.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 28, 2009
Xerox launches silver ink

Xerox launches silver ink

Xerox announces silver ink technology
Printed Electronics World
Oct 27, 2009
Summaries from the AIMCAL and IPC events

Summaries from the AIMCAL and IPC events

Last week IDTechEx presented at two events in the US on printed electronics. Here we bring you the highlights of some of the discussions and presentations that took place.
External Company Press Release
Ascent Solar to supply solar modules to FTL Solar for NYSERDA project

Ascent Solar to supply solar modules to FTL Solar for NYSERDA project

Ascent Solar Technologies, will be providing modules to FTL Solar for their research and development contract with the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA).
External Company Press Release
AdaptivEnergy and GainSpan Announce Technology Development Partnership

AdaptivEnergy and GainSpan Announce Technology Development Partnership

Energy harvesting innovator AdaptivEnergy and GainSpan® Corporation, a leader in low power Wi-Fi semiconductor solutions, have entered into a technology development partnership to further speed the development of energy harvesting to power Wi-Fi wireless sensor networks.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 5, 2009
Energy Harvesting and WSN & RTLS Award Winners Announced

Energy Harvesting and WSN & RTLS Award Winners Announced

This week the IDTechEx events Energy Harvesting & Storage and Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) & RTLS took place in Denver, CO, USA. The event was attended by more than 290 attendees, with a brilliantly diverse spread of those through the value chain - from component suppliers to solution providers to many end users from different industries.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 3, 2009
Thin films and nanotechnology for power

Thin films and nanotechnology for power

Printed electronics and electrics will be a $335 billion business in twenty years, just for devices primarily made by printing with electronic inks. IDTechEx gives a summary of the projections.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 2, 2009
Terepac partnership on low-cost flexible electronics packaging

Terepac partnership on low-cost flexible electronics packaging

Terepac Corporation and IMEC announced their collaboration on novel packaging technologies for flexible electronics.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 29, 2009
End User Requirements Aired at Inaugural Energy Harvesting Event

End User Requirements Aired at Inaugural Energy Harvesting Event

Next week more than 300 attendees will converge in Denver at two co-located events: Energy Harvesting & Storage and Wireless Sensor Networks & RTLS. These events bring together the whole ecosystem from adopters of the technology to those making wireless sensors, ultra low power electronics, energy harvesting and energy storage devices.
External Company Press Release
Ascent Solar unveils FlexPowerTM Modules

Ascent Solar unveils FlexPowerTM Modules

Ascent Solar Technologies, a developer of lightweight flexible thin-film photovoltaic modules, unveiled its FlexPowerTM line of products.
External Company Press Release
QUE proReader by Plastic Logic to be sold in Barnes & Noble stores

QUE proReader by Plastic Logic to be sold in Barnes & Noble stores

Plastic Logic and Barnes & Noble announced that QUE the first proReader designed for business professionals, will be sold through Barnes & Noble's nationwide network of stores and online at Barnes & Noble.com.
External Company Press Release
Partners to develop integrated processors for the eReader market

Partners to develop integrated processors for the eReader market

Collaboration between market leaders designed to speed eBook evolution and enable new product categories.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 26, 2009
Progress in Taiwan: e-Readers and developments at ITRI

Progress in Taiwan: e-Readers and developments at ITRI

IDTechEx recently visited Taiwan. In 2007, Taiwan's IC industry was $47 billion and its flat panel display industry was $34.36 billion. Leveraging this, it will be a formidable player in printed electronics.
External Company Press Release
Ascent Solar's 14% cell efficiency milestone in commercial production

Ascent Solar's 14% cell efficiency milestone in commercial production

Ascent Solar achieves 14% cell efficiency milestone in commercial production.
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