Printable Organic Electronics: Di-Electric Materials Technology
Xerox’s Organic Electronics technology comprises low-cost, on-demand processes and material designs to enable several functions and applications for electronic circuits on a variety of substrates -- from rigid (glass, silicon, etc.) to flexible (polyimide, metal foil, paper, etc.).
Technology DescriptionAlthough relatively new, Xerox’s IP portfolio is the result of more than 10 years of research and development efforts at Xerox Research Centre of Canada.
Utilizing Xerox’s technology could result in cost benefits over silicon foundries, especially in market applications where the performance and robustness requirements are modest.
Products that could incorporate this technology include, but are not limited to, consumer electronics (logic circuits, memory circuits, displays, sensors, batteries, e-paper, and smart cards), logistics (RFID tags, packaging), LCD & OLED drivers.
Xerox’s Organic Electronics has di-electric patents available for assignment.
Dielectric Technology - Available for Assignment/LicensingUS patents, US patent applications, and their foreign equivalents including:
Intellectual Property SummaryXerox Organic Electronics Intellectual Property (for assignment or license) includes US patents, US patent applications, and their foreign equivalents:
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