NanoVia develops platform for making OLEDs

Oct. 2, 2002 — NanoVia LP of Londonderry, N.H., said it has developed an optical system design for making organic light-emitting diode display devices.

The VectorLinx platform is capable of patterning thin polymer and metal films on glass and silicon substrates to create display devices used in handheld personal digital assistants and mobile phones. NanoVia said it is pursuing partnership and joint venture deals in the United States and Asia, according to a news release.

NanoVia develops automated manufacturing equipment, optical systems and fabrication processing for microsystems and other markets.

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