Aveso, Inc. is the leading provider of flexible displays suitable for high
volume, cost-sensitive mass consumer applications. The company’s paper-thin,
rugged display products are designed for applications where it has been impossible
or impractical to integrate displays in the past, due to cost, form factor or
Aveso’s displays are based on a patented electro-active ink technology
that makes it possible to manufacture displays using installed manufacturing
capacity and readily available materials. Aveso’s low voltage operation
(<1.0V) allows for display drive code to be loaded onto customer-specific
silicon or low-cost, general purpose microprocessors. The displays can also
be driven via Radio Frequency (RF) energy for contactless applications.
A spin-out from The Dow Chemical Company, Aveso was founded in July 2004 with
venture capital financing from premier firms ARCH Venture Capital and Frazier
Technology Ventures. Dow Chemical funded the original research and development
efforts for Aveso’s proprietary display technology and remains an investor
in the Company. The Company’s name is derived from the Spanish “aviso”
or “avisar,” meaning to notify, inform, or warn – a link to
the critical nature of the information Aveso displays deliver.
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