NTERA, Inc. is the leading enabler of electronic displays, intelligent
interfaces, and solid state optics using proprietary electrochromic materials
featuring uniquely transparent and natural colors. NTERA’s visual DNA™
technology enables product differentiating user experiences and eliminates
several bill of materials (BOM) components and yield impacting processes.
Production can be established quickly, at a nominal capital cost, leveraging
existing LCD lines. NTERA operates through facilities in suburban Philadelphia,
PA USA, Dublin, Ireland and Taipei, Taiwan.
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