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Trivium Technologies Joins ALCOM as an Industrial Partner.

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Trivium Technologies, a Cleveland, Ohio-based technology company that is developing specialized films for the LCD industry, has been named an "ALCOM Technology Partner" by the NSF Science and Technology Center for Advanced Crystalline Optical Materials.

In support of ALCOM projects and programs, Trivium Technologies plans to utilize the technical resources of ALCOM to test the Trivium Diodic Lens that is currently being developed.

Tom Lash, Chief Operating Officer of Trivium, stated, "The exceptional scientific staff at the Liquid Crystal Institute, coupled with the Industry's finest optical lab facilities will be a valued resource to Trivium. We intend to engage the services of the LCI for testing, refining, and improving our optical films."

Trivium Technologies, Inc. is currently developing a prototype and manufacturing process for a flexible, polymer thin film that will dramatically improve the visual quality of the Liquid Crystal Display (LCD). The Trivium Lens will be the first passive film technology to optimize the LCD for all lighting conditions while simultaneously reducing power consumption dramatically.

ALCOM is a consortium of Kent State University, Case Western Reserve University, and the University of Akron.

Trivium Technologies is headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio with offices in Austin, Texas. (Photographs of management available upon request.)
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Date:Nov 13, 2000
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