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According to Alexey Krasnov, Luxell's principal scientist, by gradually increasing the concentration of selenium towards the centre of the semiconducting active layer, efficiency and therefore the brightness of a display can be improved by a factor of at least two.

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According to Alexey Krasnov, Luxell's principal scientist, by gradually increasing the concentration of selenium towards the centre of the semiconducting active layer, efficiency and therefore the brightness of a display can be improved by a factor of at least two.

There’s a mix of excitement and skepticism even among backers. I thought one Google developer hit the nail on the head with the following comment in the thread:

At this point, merely several weeks into Android Wear’s lifetime, I’m not ready yet to say some apps are just not practical”… even if I suspect that plenty of apps are just not practical.  I want crazy devs to try crazy stuff anyway.  99% of it will suck, and will disappear.  1% of it will be awesome, and will make my life better.  Hooray for the 1%! 

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— Rick Merritt, Silicon Valley Bureau Chief, EE Times

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Nearly every day, Bijan Davari goes to the whiteboard at the meeting room at IBM Microelectronics and writes a capital T, followed by a small, looping l.

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Representing technology leadership, Tl is the mantra preached by Davari, who is vice president of technology and emerging products at IBM Microelectronics, to his colleagues around the globe.

IBM can claim to be the pioneer in two key process technology areas: silicon-on-insulator and silicon germanium. It will be interesting to see whether the company can parlay those technologies into profits. With SOI, IBM is trying to hook a big fish: AMD, which has stated that it will use SOI for its Hammer line of processors.

Anyone who can do something is doing it,” said Steve Petracca, Pemstar's executive vice president of business development. If you don't see filings from people right now, it's because their bankers have told them they would not be successful right now. Bankers have said, 'Yes, the market is choppy, but it's generally on the uptick.' ”

The fact that certain EMS providers are pursuing secondary offerings and shelf registrations in the current market speaks volumes about the investment community's confidence in those companies. However, that confidence sheds a glaring light on financially troubled companies such as APW Ltd. and Viasystems Group Inc. that have not joined in the acquisition fund quest.

Viasystems, St. Louis, is struggling with its less-than-robust printed-circuit-board fabrication business. APW, Waukesha, Wis., which completed several acquisitions last year, recently renegotiated its credit facility and has less than $50 million available for acquisitions.

The strongest EMS providers are arranging to exercise their financial clout, while weaker counterparts are left to ponder consolidation as a means to regain economic viability. Some companies are going to distance themselves,” said J. Keith Dunne, an analyst at Robertson Stephens Inc., San Francisco. But there's far too much bus- iness for only three or four companies.”

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