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July 10th, 2007
Nantero Inc. (Woburn, Mass.), a company developing a nonvolatile memory based on carbon nanotubes (CNTs), has said it is exploring flexible electronics applications with Hewlett Packard Co. (Palo Alto, Calif.).
Nantero said it is working with HP to explore the use of HP inkjet technology and Nantero's carbon nanotube (CNT) formulation to create flexible electronics products and develop low-cost printable memory.
Specifically Nantero said it is using an HP thermal inkjet research and development tool to evaluate inkjet technology for printable memory in such applications as low-cost RFID tags.
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