Thin Film closes its first commercial product order

Thin Film Electronics (see the June 27, 2012 LREJ) recently announced that it received its first order for electronic labels that will use its printable memory for anti-counterfeiting and brand-protection applications in undisclosed consumer products. Thin Film's ferroelectric memory modules cost...

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