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Quantum film firm InVisage appoints Madavi chairman

6/26/2012 10:09 AM EDT
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docdivakar   7/1/2012 1:17:01 AM
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It seems like a good move to get Syrus as the board chairman. I have had an opportunity to meet with him for lunch and he came across as one of the most technically engaged execs I met so far in the industry. MP Divakar

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wilber_xbox   6/27/2012 2:22:54 PM
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Is this application really based on quantum mechanics, putting regularly spaced quantum dots is real challenge. Integrating quantum dots in CMOS is another challenge.

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