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May 26, 1994


By CBR Staff Writer

The American Display Consortium, based in faraway Beaverton, Oregon (unless you happen to be in Redmond) has been handing out the latest of its grants to companies working on flat-panel display technologies. It has a total budget for this round of some $13m, half from the companies, the rest from Uncle Sam’s National Institute of Standards & Technology Advanced Technology Programme. Two new companies have joined the consortium, bringing total membership to 13. Coloray Display Corp, Fremont and SI Diamond Technology Inc, Houston are both working on flat panel displays using field emission display technology, also the speciality of Silicon Video Corp, Cupertino. Norden Systems Inc of Norwalk, Connecticut and Planar Systems Inc of Beaverton are doing electroluminescent panels. And Kent Digital Signs LP of Farmington Hills, Michigan, OIS Optical Imaging Systems Inc, Troy, Michigan, the Standish LCD division of Standish Industries Inc in Lake Mills, Wisconsin, Tektronix Inc of Beaverton, and Three-Five Systems Inc of Phoenix are all working hard to make those liquid crystal diode displays a little less dreadful.

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