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Feature: The Next Generational Shift to the Diamond Age of Electronics

The Next Generational Shift to the Diamond Age of Electronics

Adam Khan, Founder & CEO

Looking across the consumer electronics market, it is clear the threshold for developing sleeker, more functional, and efficient devices approaches. However, challenges in meeting these demands with silicon based semiconductor persist as they will be increasingly unable to meet the necessary performance standards. Something will have to change - our technology will have to improve. These thresholds will be broken in 2015. After years of R&D, the diamond thin film material will usher in next-generation electronics and open doors for advanced capabilities, longer battery life and most importantly, fully transparent devices. Read More >>


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