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Home > Press > Cima NanoTech and Amdolla Group Announce Industry’s First Non-ITO Film-Based 42” Multi-Touch Module

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Cima NanoTech, a smart nanomaterials company specializing in high performance transparent conductive films, announced today the industry's first ultra responsive, non-ITO film-based, 42-inch projected capacitive multi-touch module for large format touch applications. The module was built by Amdolla Group, a leader in advanced touch module manufacturing, using Cima NanoTech's highly conductive, silver nanoparticle-based, SANTE® FS200 touch films. This product is targeted at applications including self-service kiosks, interactive tabletops, widescreen interactive digital signage, interactive flat panel displays, and other applications that require fast response, large size touch screens.

Cima NanoTech and Amdolla Group Announce Industry’s First Non-ITO Film-Based 42” Multi-Touch Module

Singapore | Posted on May 29th, 2014

With a scan rate of 150hz for 10-point multi-touch, rivaling the response time of smartphones and tablets, this jointly developed product dramatically increases the speed of large format touch displays. Unlike optical and infrared touch solutions, this module does not have a raised bezel for a smooth cover glass. In addition, the random conductive mesh pattern formed by SANTE® nanoparticle technology eliminates moiré, a challenge for traditional metal mesh technologies, thus enabling touch screens with better display quality.

"Our goal is to offer our customers a high performance, cost competitive and easy-to-implement solutions, and we've done it," said Jon Brodd, CEO, Cima NanoTech. "Together with touch panel manufacturer, Amdolla, we are confident in creating a large format touch experience that is engaging and intuitive, and we expect to see this product on shelves by Q4 2014."

SANTE® FS200 touch films are manufactured via a wide width roll-to-roll wet coating process. The high-throughput, high-yield manufacturing makes SANTE® nanoparticle technology a cost competitive solution for large format touch screens. Cima NanoTech also has the production capabilities to scale up to wider width touch films for screen sizes above 42", further expanding the possibilities for innovative touch-enabled surfaces.

"The high response rate and excellent multi-point accuracy of the 42" touch module makes it a superior product in the industry, and we are very excited to be working with Cima NanoTech to commercialize this product," commented Vance Zhang, General Manager, Amdolla Group. "We are also working to scale up to 55'' screen sizes and larger."

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About Cima NanoTech
Cima NanoTech is a smart nanomaterials company delivering high performance, next-generation transparent conductors. The company developed its proprietary SANTE® nanoparticle technology, a silver nanoparticle conductive coating that self-assembles into a random mesh-like network when coated onto a substrate. SANTE® nanoparticle technology enables transparent conductors in a multitude of markets from large-format multi-touch displays to capacitive sensors, transparent and moldable EMI shielding, transparent heaters, transparent antennas, OLED lighting, electrochromic, and other flexible applications. Cima NanoTech has business development centers in the U.S., Singapore, Israel, Japan, Korea, Taiwan and China. For more information, visit www.cimananotech.com.

“Cima NanoTech” and “SANTE” are registered trademarks of Cima NanoTech, Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.

About Amdolla Group

Founded in Shenzhen, China, Amdolla Group specializes in joint-design, joint-development, manufacturing, assembly and after-sales services to global computer, communication and consumer electronics leaders. The company leverages its advanced manufacturing technology and experienced technical team to provide total solutions to its customers, including Apple, Intel, Lenovo, Huawei, TCL, and many others. Visit www.amdolla.com.cn or e-mail .

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Cima NanoTech
Felicia Chia, +65-6570-2018
Marketing Manager

Fax: +65-6570-2038

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