C3Nano Demo & Interview Offered By CEO Cliff Morris
Hayward, Calif., — May 31, 2015. With the recent partnership with Kimoto of Japan, the acquisition of Aiden Co., Ltd of Korea, and a joint development with Nissha Printing Co., Ltd., C3Nano has positioned itself as the performance leader in TCFs. Now C3Nano will reveal further announcements and provide a product demo during Silicon Valley’s 2015 SID Tradeshow.
If you haven’t been keeping up with the Silicon Valley company, coordinate an interview with CEO Cliff Morris* and visit booth 1420 for a demo during Display Week.
- March 2015: Partnership with Kimoto – the global market leader in roll-to-roll, hard-coated films for the display and touch screen panel industry.
- April 2015: Acquisition of Aiden Co., Asia’s largest silver nanowire manufacturer.
- May 2015: Joint development with Nissha Printing Co., Ltd. of next generation of silver nanowire (AgNW) transparent inks.
- May 26, 2015: (TBA) New partnership to enable a new class of flexible, more intuitive touch sensor applications, even in large panel and curved displays.
Typical applications for C3Nano’s ActiveGrid™ products are touch sensors, OLED lighting, OLED displays, EMI shielding, smart windows, E-paper, LCDs and solar cells. One of the keys to ActiveGrid’s performance is C3Nano’s proprietary NanoGlue™ technology. NanoGlue fuses AgNWs into a high-conductive grid. The net effect lowers sheet resistance while maintaining superior optical transparency. This gives consumer electronics manufacturers the design freedom to work with bendable, flexible form-factors without compromising on the clarity consumers have come to expect in touch-screen displays.
A May 2015 survey by Touch Display Research found that the adoption of silver nanowire and metal mesh are accelerating and forecasts ITO-replacement market will grow to 10.9 billion by 2022.
Source: Touch Display Research, ITO-replacement report, May 2015
About C3Nano, Inc.
Founded in 2010 as a spinout from Professor Zhenan Bao’s chemical engineering laboratory at Stanford University, C3Nano is the developer of the solution-based, transparent conductive inks and films as direct replacements for indium tin oxide (ITO). C3Nano raised more than $20MM in funding to date, which has enabled the company to quickly achieve best in class ink formulations and expanded production capabilities. C3Nano is headquartered in Silicon Valley with an industry leading manufacturing base in Korea. Visit www.c3nano.com
Suzanna Gratz, publicist