Company Overview of Palo Alto Research Center Incorporated
Palo Alto Research Center Incorporated provide custom research and development services, technology, expertise, best practices, and intellectual property to Fortune 500 and Global 1000 companies, startups, and government agencies and partners. Its focus areas include big data, biomedical devices, clean water, cleantech and energy, content-centric networking, health and wellness, innovation services, intelligent automation, intelligent software systems, optics and optoelectronics, printed and flexible electronics. Palo Alto Research Center Incorporated has a strategic partnership with MDeC Americas Inc. It was formerly known as Xerox PARC, Inc. The company was founded in 1970 and is based in ...
3333 Coyote Hill Road
Palo Alto, CA 94304
Founded in 1970
Key Executives for Palo Alto Research Center Incorporated
Chief Financial Officer and Vice President
Chief Intellectual Property Officer and Vice President
Chief Technology Officer of Cloud and Big Data Futures
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Palo Alto Research Center Incorporated Key Developments
MDeC Americas Inc. Inks IP Deal with Palo Alto Research Center
Nov 6 15
MDeC Americas Inc. signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Palo Alto Research Center Incorporated to enable MSC Malaysia companies to leverage Silicon Valley's innovative ecosystem to create new or enhanced Intellectual Property (IP). MDeC Americas Inc. was established to serve as the globalization launch pad for MSC Malaysia as well as enhance the country's digital transformation. The strategic alliance with PARC will facilitate the global footprint expansion of Malaysian MSC-status companies via the creation of a world-class shared R&D program in Silicon Valley. The collaboration will offer MSC Malaysia insights into PARC's key research areas, patents & IP licensing models, as well as opportunities to work with PARC research scientists and officers. PARC has pioneered many technology platforms - from the Ethernet and laser printing to the Graphical User Interface (GUI) and ubiquitous computing - and has enabled the creation of many industries. PARC continues the physical, computer, and social sciences research that enables breakthroughs to help grow clients' businesses. This strategic partnership will not only provide a platform for MSC companies to further push their limits and propel them to be global icons, but will also strengthen goal of becoming the tech hub for the ASEAN region. At the heart of ASEAN, Malaysia is an ideal base to gain a foothold in the region, and a conducive launch pad for digital investors and innovators to capture market share across the region.
Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy Selects PARC to Develop Micro-Chiplet Printer
Sep 9 15
PARC announced that, it has been selected by the US Department of Energy's (DOE) Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) under the Micro-scale Optimized Solar-cell Arrays with Integrated Concentration (MOSAIC) Program. PARC will design and build a prototype micro-PV cell (or chiplet) printer with the potential to enable economical, high-volume manufacturing of micro-PV cell arrays. PARC will create a printer demonstration that uses ink composed of "chiplets" to digitally place and electrically interconnect chiplets. The printer will arrange the chiplets in a predefined, precise fashion. To demonstrate the effectiveness of the printer, the project team will investigate two types of backplanes (electrically connected PV arrays arranged on a surface): one with a single type of micro-PV cell, and one with at least two types of micro-PV cells. To complete this project, PARC will work with Sandia National Laboratories (SNL) to develop a breakthrough digital manufacturing capability that will enable the fabrication of panel-sized micro-scale concentrated photovoltaic (micro-CPV) backplanes, overcoming the limitations of current pick-and-place processes. To support MOSAIC program goals, PARC will apply this method to micro-scaled photovoltaic (PV) components developed by SNL as the "inks," and will "print" a continuous micro-CPV substrates with digitally placed and interconnected PV cells. The micro-chiplet printer has the potential to push the assembly cost of micro-CPV systems down by orders of magnitude to make them cost-competitive with conventional PV to open new consumer mass-markets and applications.
Palo Alto Research Center Incorporated Wins $1,947,674 Federal Contract
Aug 25 15
Air Force Material Command (Department of the Air Force), AFRL/RQK - WPAFB, has awarded a $1,947,674 federal contract to Palo Alto Research Center Incorporated on Aug. 24 for "Microassembly Printer - A2P".
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