Displaytech Transitions From Development to Large-Scale Production; Provider of LightCaster Ultra-Miniature Display Chips Expands to Meet Growing Market Demand.LONGMONT Longmont, city (1990 pop. 51,555), Boulder co., N Colo.; inc. 1885. It is a trade and processing center for a rich farm area irrigated by the Colorado–Big Thompson project. Vitamins, primary metal products, and manufacturing equipment are produced. , Colo.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--May 11, 1998--Displaytech, Inc., inventor INVENTOR. One who invents or finds out something.
2. The patent laws of the United States authorize a patent to be issued to the original inventor; if the invention is suggested by another, he is not the inventor within the meaning of those laws; but in that and manufacturer of LightCaster(tm) miniature display chips, announced today that it has expanded in-house In-house
In the context of general equities, keeping an activity within the firm. For example, rather than go to the marketplace and sell a security for a client to anyone, an attempt is made to find a buyer to complete the transaction with the firm. production facilities for its family of LightCaster chips. To meet increased customer requirements, Displaytech is ramping up its manufacturing facilities by adding 18,000 square feet, bringing the total plant size to 48,000 square feet. In keeping with overall market demand, Displaytech will substantially increase its staff by year's end.
"The rapid, continued growth of Displaytech will help us meet our initial production goal of manufacturing tens of thousands LightCaster display chips per month in 1998," said Haviland Haviland can refer to: People
Displaytech is the creator of LightCaster, a family of groundbreaking ferroelectric Refers to a material that functions similarly to a ferromagnetic material in that it can be polarized into two states. Ferroelectric devices generally do not have any "ferrous" (iron) in them. See FeRAM and ferroelectric capacitor. liquid crystal display liquid crystal display (LCD)
Optoelectronic device used in displays for watches, calculators, notebook computers, and other electronic devices. Current passed through specific portions of the liquid crystal solution causes the crystals to align, blocking the passage of light. (FLCD FLCD Ferroelectric Liquid Crystal Display
FLCD Far-End Loss of Cell Delineation (ITU-T)
FLCD Force Level Command
FLCD Variable Length Coding and Decoding
FLCD Freelancer Cheat Detection (gaming)
FLCD Ferroelectric Lcd ) chips. These tiny chips create images of unmatched clarity, color and intensity combined with lightweight portability. This technology can be incorporated into the hottest consumer products on the market -- from cellular phones with integrated video to digital cameras to PC monitors to large screen televisions.
LightCaster's extraordinary technology is poised to forever change the world of electronics for consumers. LightCaster has the potential to make formerly unheard-of technologies real -- from a wristwatch-sized communicator to an Internet-enabled cellular phone to a large-screen television that is only a few inches wide.
Displaytech, Inc., based in Longmont, Colo., develops and manufactures ferroelectric liquid crystal display (FLCD) chips under the LightCaster brand name for a range of applications, including head-mounted displays, digital cameras, televisions, computer monitors and projectors. LightCaster is a revolutionary new miniature display solution that is inexpensive to manufacture and enables products to get to market quickly. Privately held Displaytech provides LightCaster chips to a number of industry-leading consumer-electronics companies. For more information about Displaytech, visit the company's Web site at www.displaytech.com. -0-
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