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July 19th, 2004

Nantero strikes deal with BAE systems

Nantero Inc. stretched its nanotube empire even further last week, striking a deal with the giant BAE Systems to explore how nanotubes could improve the performance of electronics in the aerospace and defense industries. Strategic partnerships are nothing new for the four-year-old Nantero; it already has several with memory-chip makers such as LSI Logic and ASML, to see how its nanotube technology might lead to more storage capacity in consumer electronics.


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