Cambrios Partners with GVision

Gail Chiasson, North American Editor

Sunnyvale, California-based Cambrios Technologies Corporation, provider of nanotechnology-based solutions for transparent conductive electronic devices, has partnered with LCD Display OEM/ODM manufacturer GVision to create and promote integrated touchscreen LCD displays enabled by Cambrios’ ClearOhm coating material.

Cambrios will showcase GVision’s L15AX Point-of-Sale display at the 2013 International CES in Las Vegas, January 8 – 11, 2013.

GVision is a leading Taiwan-based manufacturer of LCD display products used in applications such as POS terminals, interactive kiosks, cloud computing desktops and widescreen information/advertising. GVision serves the industrial, military, education and enterprise markets.

“We’re proud that a notable and successful OEM like GVision has selected ClearOhm materials to enable touch on their touchscreen LCD displays,” says John LeMoncheck, president and CEO of Cambrios. “The GVision partnership is a testament to ClearOhm material’s superior performance and reliability, and also demonstrates how our growing supply chain of film, sensor and final product manufacturers makes it easy for OEMs and ODMs to deliver high performance, cost-effective, ClearOhm material-based large area touch innovations.”

Cambrios’ durable ClearOhm transparent conductive material offers unparalleled optical performance and high conductivity on film (ranging from 10 to 300 Ohms/square), far surpassing the capabilities of indium tin oxide (ITO) and other previous generation conductive materials. ClearOhm coating materials are available at prices that enable the cost-effective development of consumer devices.

“ClearOhm material on film offers optical and electrical performance superior to ITO on film and provides thinner, lighter and unbreakable devices compared to ITO on glass,” says Michael Gauer, vice-president of GVision Incorporated. “ClearOhm coating material is ideal for large-area touch sensors and it will allow us to develop new product lines that are thin, light and shatter-proof to appeal to our customers and meet the stringent reliability and durability requirements in the industrial and commercial segments.”

GVision plans to begin volume production shipments of the L15AX, its first ClearOhm-based product, a 15” Integrated Touchscreen LCD Display for POS terminal installations in the first quarter of 2013.

GVision designs and manufactures LCD display products, offering solutions to a wide array of customers. Whether it is a touchscreen desktop or open frame unit, each LCD display offers eye pleasing clarity and stunning image quality. GVision’s business partners include specialty distributors, value-added resellers, vertical systems integrators and solution consultants, as well as large OEMs in various markets.

GVision is based in Taiwan with additional Sales & Support in the USA and distributors worldwide.

In other news regarding Cambrios, CN Innovations , well known for developing touch sensors included in many devices including for top brand mobile device makers, is partnering with Cambrios Technologies Corporation to enter the market for designing and manufacturing complete touch sensor modules. CNI will use its properiatary laser patterning equipment to manufacture touch sensors for phones, tablets, ultrabooks and All-In-One computers starting in the first quarter of 2013.

And Cambrios has partnered with sensor maker eTurboTouch Technology Inc. to develop large area touch sensors made with Cambrios’ ClearOhm coating material.. The advanced touch sensors will be used in large consumer devices such as Ultrabooks and All-in-One computers. Cambrios will showcase a touch module utilizing eTurboTouch touch sensors at the 2013 International CES.

“Partnering with eTurboTouch to create touch sensors not only builds out our growing global supply chain with a well-established sensor maker, but also highlights how our innovations are providing ODMs and OEMs with cost-effective, high-performance solutions for touch sensors larger than 10 inches,”
says John LeMoncheck, president and CEO of Cambrios.

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