Foxconn jumps into ITO replacements with Cima Nanotech joint venture, leading in large-format touch for now

We recently spoke with a member of the Foxconn board of directors (who declined to have his name published) at Cima Touch, a joint venture between Foxconn and Cima NanoTech (see the October 28, 2014 LREJ) that is developing large-format project capacitive (p-cap) touch modules. The new venture us...

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