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Thin Film Electronics Extends Relationship With PARC

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Thin Film Electronics has extended its relationship with PARC, a Xerox Company, for the delivery of integrated printed electronic systems. The two companies are now working together on the physical prototypes of a fully printed temperature sensor. The project begins extending Thinfilm’s Addressable Memory(TM) to support the integration of sensors and batteries.

In October 2011 Thin Film Electronics and PARC demonstrated the first working prototype of a printed non-volatile memory device addressed using PARC’s complementary organic circuit technology, the organic equivalent of CMOS circuitry.

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