2021-09-10

Breakthrough "Air Stable" Quantum Dot Component Enters Mass Production

CYD and Nanosys Collaborate on New Generation of Barrier-Free Extruded Quantum Dot Components, Enabling Quantum Dot Adoption in Sub-$500 TVs, Accelerating the Proliferation of Quantum Dots in Mainstream Displays Collaboration Expected to Increase Nanosys' Total Addressable Market by Approximately 5X SILICON VALLEY, Calif., Sept. 8, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, Nangtong Changed New Material Co., Ltd. known as CYD, the leader in diffuser plate technology and Nanosys, Inc., the industry leading supplier of quantum dot and ...
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2021-05-21

Nanosys Acquires Leading MicroLED Company glō

Completes Nanosys Display Technology Portfolio Enabling Leadership In All Display Technologies and Markets SILICON VALLEY, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nanosys, the industry pioneer and leading supplier of quantum dot light emitting materials and technology, today announced the acquisition of glō, the leading technology company for microLED displays. The transaction significantly expands Nanosys’ capabilities and technology offerings, accelerating the company’s development and progress toward the widespread adoption of microLED and na...
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2016-04-19

QD Vision Dismisses Nanosys’ Lawsuit as Meritless

QD Vision, a technology and market leader in the rapidly-growing quantum dot display market, has dismissed Nanosys’ recent legal action as an attempt to slow down the Company’s legitimate progress with an improper lawsuit.
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2009-07-29

Nanosys Reaches Settlement of Patent Infringement Lawsuit against Nanoco Technologies for Quantum Dot Technology

Nanosys, Inc. today announced it has agreed to settlement terms of a patent infringement lawsuit against Nanoco Technologies Ltd. The lawsuit claimed that the United Kingdom firm's quantum dot technology infringes upon five seminal quantum dot patents held by Nanosys. In the settlement, Nanoco agreed to terminate its current U.S. business for its core-shell quantum dots. Those quantum dots were sold in the U.S. by its U.S. distributor, Sigma-Aldrich under the name Lumidots.
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