Thin Film Electronics (TFE) is a Norwegian and Swedish company group that mainly
works in the field of printed electronics.
By using the physical, chemical and electrical properties of advanced polymers
TFE can add new functionality to printed products e.g. boxes or magazines.
Thin Film Electronics technology can be used in many different applications.
For authenticity applications both covert and overt anti-counterfeit protection
can be done.
TFE unique polymer memory technology can be used in any printed electronics
application were a non volatile random access memory is preferred. E.g. to store
information on the package that can later be displayed to the customer.
Thin Film Electronics is a research and development company. We pioneer a
new technology in electronics based on the use of solution processable, smart
materials. We focus on using this technology for large area, 3D memory and data-processing
systems. Commercial production and marketing is pursued in collaboration with
major industry partners on a licensing basis.
Thin Film Electronics Receives First Order for Thinfilm Passive Array Memory
Thin Film, PARC Receive FlexTech Alliance Award for Printed Non-Volatile Memory Device
Polyera, Thin Film Electronics Sign Deal for Commercialization of Printed CMOS Memory
PARC, Thin Film Electronics Develop World’s First Printed Non-Volatile Memory Device
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