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DuPont expands Silicon Valley technology centre

10:33 AM, 11th July 2013
DuPont Silicon Valley News

SUNNYVALE, US: DuPont expanded the capabilities within its Silicon Valley technology centre to include new innovations and collaborations in the fields of energy and electronics. The company plans to use this centre to further accelerate product and process development, as well as increase application support to customers around the world and specifically in Silicon Valley.

The extended capabilities of this recently renamed DuPont Silicon Valley technology centre include commercial-grade tools and process capabilities to produce solar cells and solar panels. The lab also will focus on advanced electronic materials and support overall business growth for systems such as radar detection, automotive collision avoidance, high-speed wireless communications, and bendable, stretchable circuit materials to better fit today’s electronic designs.

“For DuPont, this expansion is about collaborating more closely on developing technological innovations for the broad base of industry sectors we serve, including solar energy and consumer electronics. We have a comprehensive ability to perform research, product development, testing and application support all under one roof and we’re excited about the new innovations now on our horizon. A stronger presence in the Silicon Valley community means we can build even stronger relationships that support our customers’ success globally,” said David B Miller, President, Electronics & Communications, DuPont.

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