Lighting and display technologies are adopting ceramic-polymer nanocomposites to improve device performance.Read More
Solid-State Lighting is destined to be a next generation lighting option. LEDs have already entered main stream applications and OLED technology has advanced greatly in the past few years in terms of efficacy and performance. Both technologies need to continue to improve performance to achieve high market acceptance. Dr. Gregory Cooper, Chief Technology Officer and Founder of Pixelligent Technologies LLC, illustrates how LED and OLED technology can advance to the next level by incorporating nanomaterials into existing packaging.Read More
Advanced optical material specialist Pixelligent is ramping up its deployment strategy in Asia, and set up a new office in Taoyuan, Taiwan two months ago, said the company CEO Craig Bandes in an exclusive interview with LEDinside.Read More
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With a $10.4 million Series C in hand, the materials company has established a new form of manufacturing in Baltimore. But it hasn’t come easily.
The Baltimore SunRead More
Baltimore nanocrystal manufacturer Pixelligent Technologies reported $10.4 million in new funding Monday that will allow the company to scale up its manufacturing capacity and expand its international footprint.
Solid State Technology (electroiq.com)Read More
Pixelligent Technologies closes $10.4 million in new funding supported by The Abell Foundation, The Bunting Family Office, and David Testa, the former Chief Investment Officer of T. Rowe Price. Funds will be used to complete the installation of additional manufacturing capacity, open new offices in Asia, and continue to drive innovation in lighting, display and optical applications.
How can LED and OLED manufacturers improve light extraction efficiency? Advanced materials specialist Pixelligent CEO Craig Bandes recently spoke to LEDinside about the company’s zirconia nanocrystal technology, and its applications in different end markets encompassing LED packages, OLED technology, optical components and panel displays.
Pixelligent Debuts High R.I. UV and Visible Light Curable Optical Adhesive for Optical Components Manufacturers
Pixelligent announced today that Norland Products Inc. has launched a high R.I. Ultraviolet (UV) and visible light curable optical adhesive NOA 170 (R.I. 1.70) using Pixelligent’s PixClear-based high R.I. Zirconia nanocrystal technology.
March 07, 2016
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Lighting touches every part of our world, from our homes and computer screens to commercial office buildings and highways. It does more than just brighten our lives – it impacts learning, the environment and even our mood.
February 05, 2016
Pixelligent, the leader in high-index advanced materials, announced today its 2016 predictions for high refractive index applications in the electronics markets that it serves.