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January 26th, 2007

After all is SED and done, Toshiba not out of the picture

Abstract:
About 80 million flat-panel TVs will be sold in 2007 and while players in the LCD and PDP TV industry will battle it out in the market and account for almost all of the shipments, those companies involved in bringing SED (Surface-conduction Electron-emitter Display) TV technology to market will do most of their battling in the courtroom, with the legal wrangling between the SED TV developers (Toshiba and Canon) and the SED IP holder (Nano-Proprietary) set on a collision course with a jury trial.

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