May 20, 2014
Today Microsoft announced their new tablet PC: Surface Pro 3. It’s an improvement version over the Surface Pro 2. Although both tablets are with active pen, Surface Pro 3 is 32% thinner at only 0.36 inch, while the Surface Pro 2 is 0.53 inch thick. How does Microsoft Surface group achieve the thinness? The answer is in the touch and active pen technology.
Figure. Surface Pro 3 with active pen
We are quite fortunate that UNXL's new CEO has shifted the short term focus to the tablet market. Given the evolution taking place in this growth market, as evidenced by the INTEL news, this is exactly the right place to be.
Sure would love to hear of a new KODAK "INTOUCH" manufacturing facility in China or India to address the coming growth in this sector.
Updates are literally days away of milestone achievements with KODAK. KODAK is quite serious and has dedicated to this end for quite some time.
It all begins in Q3-Q4 2014.
“Our agreement to this manufacturing and supply chain partnership with Kodak represents another major milestone in the commercial roll-out of UniBoss and in scaling up UniPixel’s supply chain for touch module customers,” said Reed Killion, UniPixel’s president and chief executive officer.
“Kodak will play a pivotal role in the immediate, high-capacity scale-up of UniBoss touch sensor production. Kodak’s unparalleled expertise and core competencies in materials science, deposition technologies and large-scale commercialization and manufacturing allow us to vertically integrate the use of base materials that are utilized in the manufacturing process, thus offering the most synergistic and aligned infrastructure in the world as it relates to our flexible printed electronics.”
Antonio M. Perez, Kodak’s chairman and chief executive officer, said: “This agreement with UniPixel is a major advance for Kodak’s functional printing initiative…Functional printing is a key growth area for Commercial Imaging…and Commercial Imaging is Kodak’s future. In UniPixel, we have linked-up with an innovative and effective partner, and Kodak brings to the relationship proprietary technologies that enable printing systems to deposit materials on a wide
variety of substrates with a high degree of accuracy, precision, repeatability and speed.
And ALL of this is still on track and ready to another milestone statement, as they continue to ramp up.
UniBoss then Morphs into "INTOUCH" powered by KODAK and the build out increases with more employees and equipment as KODAK deems necessary on THEIR dime.
Today KODAK is speaking about a 2014 shipping date with revenue and profits to be generated.
It should get Very REAL in the days and months ahead. What an entry point opportunity given what's on the table.
Wow, either a trademark infringement or the real deal.
"Infiniti InTouch™ Expand Your Horizons Infiniti InTouch™ gives you outstanding capabilities to connect with your car and the world around you. Whether it’s keeping track of your vehicle when you’re not in the driver’s seat, finding the nearest café, or accessing a live Personal Assistant — you have it all at your fingertips. Get more done. Be more aware. Amplify your ride.
As we have been saying for quite some time. The $5 to $41 killed them. They remain attempting to recoup, sending their lackings into chatrooms screaming in desperation.
Round 2 is on approach.
"Intel Corporation designs, manufactures, and supplies integrated digital technology. Our platforms are used in a wide range of applications, such as PCs, data centers, tablets, smartphones, automobiles, automated factory systems, and medical devices. We also develop and sell software and services primarily focused on security and technology integration.
Intel has dramatically expanded its automotive research, product development, academic and capital investments in the automobile sector. Intel has undertaken a number of R&D and product collaborations with automakers and is also enabling the use of Intel® technology in a variety of transportation applications.
The Panasonic Diagnostic Tablet and Toughbook range is powered by Intel Core i5 vPro microprocessors designed for extended battery life, higher performance and enhanced security features.
PP&C Licenses are Key in Establishing a Global UniBoss Touch Module Supply Chain for OEMs and ODMs
THE WOODLANDS, Texas — April 8, 2013 — UniPixel, Inc. (NASDAQ: UNXL), a provider of Performance Engineered Films™ to the touch screen, flexible printed electronics, and lighting and display markets, has engaged a major touch-screen ecosystem partner to facilitate the development, introduction and production of products that feature next-generation touch screens based on UniPixel’s UniBoss™ pro-cap, multi-touch sensor film.
UniPixel has granted the partner a preferred price and capacity license for its UniBoss touch sensor technology. The license fees paid under the agreement will be used to build out an additional one million square feet per month of production capacity for UniBoss.
The capacity will allow the ecosystem partner to offer its global customer base a touch sensor price/performance advantage over ITO-based technology, as well as integrate UniBoss technology into its own products. The additional capacity will take UniPixel’s license capacity build out to two million square feet per month. UniPixel is currently building out one million square feet per month for its PC preferred price and capacity licensee that the company announced on December 7, 2012.
In addition to establishing sensor capacity, UniPixel will work with its preferred price and capacity licensees to develop a global touch module supply chain for OEMs and ODMs, which includes die cutting, tab bonding, and lamination of the module to the display.
“As a leading designer and manufacturer of essential technologies that serve as the foundation for the world’s computing devices, we could not ask for a more ideal ecosystems partner,” said UniPixel president & CEO, Reed Killion.
Is the INTEL relationship about to bear fruit? It appears that from the get-go UNXL was figured in to be part of the supply chain for INTEL to supply is downstream customers.
"To further strengthen Intel's technology partnership with the automotive industry and prepare for the future, we are combining our breadth of experience in consumer electronics and enterprise IT with a holistic automotive investment across product development, industry partnerships and groundbreaking research efforts," said Doug Davis, corporate vice president, Internet of Things Group at Intel.
They may be all about chips but they have developed industry partners to penetrate anywhere they can. This is consistent with the UNXL website info regarding the "ecosystem" partner.
Shorts fear that possibility, hence their overtime hacking efforts. They lost so much on the last run to $41 and they know it can happen just that fast again.
And the shyster shorts are lying again, faking aliases to further deceive.
Your nightmare is on approach.
LOL--One and Two share trades. They have the very bottom of the barrel boiler roomers working this as long as they can in hopes KODAK and Unipixel can't figure out a film issue.
Confirmation of UNXL's target markets continuing to grow in conjunction with milestone updates will further this investment along.
Who will the winners be? Just ask KODAK.
Touch Display Research Releases ITO-replacement Report Third Edition
Touch Display Research forecasts that non-ITO transparent conductor will have rapid growth from 2014 to 2021
Santa Clara, June 2, 2014—Touch Display Research announces the publication of “ITO Replacement—Non-ITO Transparent Conductor Technologies, Supply Chain and Market Forecast Report.” This May report is the third edition with many updates from the May 2013 report. This report profiles over 220 companies and research institutes working on advanced transparent conductive (TC) materials and provides a detailed analysis of metal mesh, carbon nano tube (CNT), conductive polymer, silver nanowire, graphene, and other technologies.