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Third-Order Nanotechnologies, Inc. (OTCBB: TDON http://www.third-order.com), a technology company focused on the development of electro-optic polymer materials for applications in high-speed fiber-optic telecommunications and optical computing, has retained TangibleFuture, Inc., a San Francisco based technology analysis and business development consulting company that has substantial expertise in photonics and fiber optic telecommunications.
"We feel very fortunate to be working with TangibleFuture," said Hal Bennett, CEO of Third-Order. "They are a top-flight group with a reputation for delivering assessments that are grounded in the realities of the business environment. As we transition from the development stage to the commercialization stage, we believe that TangibleFuture's insights will offer us invaluable guidance."
TangibleFuture's team has experience in running and developing photonics related companies, and it intends to leverage its proprietary approach to high-technology business development to generate an independent assessment of Third-Order's business opportunities in the fiber-optic telecommunications and optical computing sectors.
About TangibleFuture, Inc.
TangibleFuture, Inc. helps high-technology companies accelerate growth, increase value and avoid costly missteps by applying a proprietary approach to technology business assessment. The company, led by Richard Caro, Ph.D, a seasoned entrepreneur and consultant, focuses on companies commercializing products in fields like communications, life sciences, cleantech and photonics. For further information, please visit the company's website at www.tangiblefuture.com.
About Third-Order Nanotechnologies, Inc.
Third-Order Nanotechnologies is a development stage company, moving toward prototype demonstration and commercialization of its high-activity, high-stability organic polymers for applications in electro-optical device markets. Electro-optical devices convert data from electric signals into optical signals for use in high-speed fiber-optic telecommunications systems and optical computers. Third-Order Nanotechnologies, Inc. is a portfolio company of Universal Capital Management, Inc. (OTC BB: UCMT.OB – News). Please visit the Company’s website, www.third-order.com, for more information.
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