Silver Nanowire


Apple to Launch a Foldable Phone Using AgNW in 2023

by Bob Raikes

What They Say The respected analyst Ming-Chi Kuo is reported by as saying that Apple is planning an 8″ QHD+ flexible OLED-based folding smartphone in 2023. Samsung is likely to be the exclusive …

Tags:Apple| Cambrios| Display Drivers| Flexible Displays| Foldable Devices| iPhone| Samsung Display| Silver Nanowire| Touch| TPK

Cambrios, Risen from the Ashes, Now Spreads its Wings

by Ken Werner

Mike Spaid, President and CEO of what is now Cambrios Advanced Materials, joined its predecessor company (Cambrios Technologies Corp.) in 2005, shortly after that company was founded. That was also the year Cambrios first …

Tags:Cambrios| Investment| Silver Nanowire| Touch Market

TPK Technology

BC14 TPK Breaks Cover and Explains Business

by Bob Raikes

Ryosuke Kuwada is from TPK in Taiwan and is a veteran of several large companies. He pointed out that talks from TPK are unusual (this was the first one that we could remember!). The …

Tags:Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| SID Display Week 2018| Silver Nanowire| Touch Market| TPK| Vol 25 - Issue 21

Does C3Nano Have the Technology that Will Kill ITO?

by Ken Werner

The last time we took a serious look at technologies for replacing ITO in transparent conductors, Cambrios was the leading purveyor of silver nanowires (AgNWs). Cambrios was battling metal mesh technology to see who …

Tags:ITO Replacement| Silver Nanowire| Vol 24 - Issue 38

Flexible Transparent Conductor Under Development

by Arthur Berman

An enabling material for many flexible electronic devices is a flexible, transparent electrically conductive thin film. In order for such a film to be commercially viable, it is necessary that it can be manufactured …

Tags:Flexible Displays| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Silver Nanowire| Touch| Vol 23 - Issue 48

A Recent Development in Nanowire-Based Touchscreen Technology

by Arthur Berman

A team of researchers led by Professor of Experimental Physics Alan Dalton at the University of Sussex (Brighton, United Kingdom) is developing a silver nanowire-based technology for use in touchscreens. The focus of the …

Tags:Mobile Display Monitor| Silver Nanowire| Touch| Vol 23 - Issue 38

New Technologies Widen Touchscreen Opportunities

by Tom Allen

A quiet revolution is taking place in the projected capacitive touchscreen market. Rapid industry developments are delivering touchscreens that are thinner, more reliable, lower cost and offer higher performance. The impetus behind many of …

Tags:Graphene| ITO Replacement| Metal Mesh| Silver Nanowire| Touch Interfaces| Vol 23 - Issue 30

ITO Challenged in New Applications

by Tom Allen

IDTechEx has examined the transparent conductive film (TCF) market in a new research report (, specifically covering ITO alternatives, and believes that the end of the downturn may be in sight. The TCF industry …

Tags:Film materials| IdTechEx| ITO Replacement| Large Display Monitor| Metal Mesh| Mobile Display Monitor| Silver Nanowire| Vol 23 - Issue 24

TPK Will Produce Silver Nanowire Products

by Tom Allen

TPK CEO Michael Chung has said that the company is ‘prepared’ to adopt silver nanowire touch technology as an ITO replacement. Chung expects that these solutions could become a mainstream product in as little …

Tags:Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Silver Nanowire| Touch Controllers| TPK| Vol 23 - Issue 21

Cambrios Clarifies Changes

by Bob Raikes

We reported on the Cambrios liquidation and ‘re-birth’ as Cambrios Advanced Materials Corp last week and, as planned, we managed to catch up with past and current President & CEO Jon LeMoncheck to get …

Tags:Cambrios| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Silver Nanowire| Touch Displays| Vol 23 - Issue 16

Cambrios Gets a Second Chance

by Tom Allen

John LeMoncheck will resume his position as president and CEO of CambriosCambrios has restarted its silver nanowire business, following the liquidation of the company’s assets in February. Steve Victor, a senior MD at Development …

Tags:Cambrios| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Silver Nanowire| Vol 23 - Issue 15