Electronic Equipment, Instruments and Components
Company Overview of E Ink Corporation
E Ink Corporation develops and provides electronic paper displays to brands and manufacturers. The company offers monochrome active matrix displays that are used for smartphones, mobile phone cases, electronic shelf labels, wearable electronics devices, medical and fitness information devices, eReaders, eTextbooks, eNewspapers, eMagazines, eDocuments, remotes, game controllers, cyclometers, ultra-mobile PNDs, glucose monitors, fashion and performance watches, thermostats, mobile point of sale units, and in-store signage. It also offers color active matrix displays that are used for retail and electronic shelf tag labels, eReaders, eTextbooks, eNewspapers, eMagazines, eDocuments, remotes, gam...
1000 Technology Park Drive
Billerica, MA 01821
Founded in 1997
Key Executives for E Ink Corporation
Associate Vice President of Product Development
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
E Ink Corporation Key Developments
E Ink Launches Prism, First Dynamic Architecture Product Incorporating Color Changing Electronic Ink Technology
Jan 6 15
E Ink announced E Ink Prism, a major initiative set to deliver unique and dynamic materials for architecture and design incorporating its new color changing electronic ink technology. Prism is unique in enabling architects and designers to transform the way spaces and surroundings are experienced. Traditionally the design elements found in architecture are either static paint or power-hungry digital displays. Prism delivers a completely new and dynamic capability. It can be incorporated into many existing architectural products to transform an environment, create a one-of-a-kind experience, elevate corporate branding, or build an interactive setting. Prism materials can be programmed to change automatically, in response to external stimulus, or remain static. Prism provides architects and designers with more flexibility of design and a unique way of transforming spaces. Commercial lobbies, airport terminals, and public auditoriums can now automatically change color and enhance the human sensory experience. Customer reception areas will be more interesting and visually exciting, retailers can build dynamic staging elements for their marketing campaigns, and exhibitors can maximize presentations to boost visitor engagement. E Ink electronic ink technology and products, including Prism, showcase the following features: Fully programmable - gives content providers and designers greater creative freedom. Fullyreflective - provides a print or paint-like appearance and a natural visual experience. Low power consumption - requires very small amount of power only during a visual change with no electrical outlets required.
Research Frontiers Amends its Complaint and Asserted an Additional Claim of United States No. 6,271,956
Dec 3 13
On July 12, 2013, Research Frontiers Inc. filed a lawsuit against E Ink Corporation; E Ink Holdings, Inc. (f/k/a Prime View International Co. Ltd.); Amazon.com, Inc.; Sony Electronics Inc.; Sony Corporation; Barnes & Noble, Inc.; and Barnesandnoble.com LLC in the United States District Court for the District of Delaware for patent infringement of two of its patents. On December 2, 2013 Research Frontiers amended its complaint and asserted an additional claim of United States No. 6,271,956. Research Frontiers asserts infringement by the named defendants of United States Patent No. 6,606,185, entitled SPD Films and Light Valves Comprising Liquid Suspensions of Heat-Reflective Particles of Mixed Metal Oxides and Methods of Making Such Particles, United States Patent No. 5,463,491 entitled Light Valve Employing a Film Comprising an Encapsulated Liquid Suspension, and Method of Making Such Film, and United States Patent No. 6,271,956, entitled Method and Materials for Enhancing the Adhesion of SPD Films, and Light Valves Comprising Same.
Research Frontiers Inc. Files Lawsuit Against E Ink Corporation, E Ink Holdings, Inc., Amazon.Com, Inc., Sony Electronics Inc., Sony Corporation, Barnes & Noble, Inc., and Barnesandnoble.Com LLC for Patent Infringement
Jul 12 13
On July 12, 2013, Research Frontiers Inc. filed a lawsuit against E Ink Corporation; E Ink Holdings, Inc.; Amazon.com, Inc.; Sony Electronics Inc.; Sony Corporation; Barnes & Noble, Inc.; and Barnesandnoble.com LLC in the United States District Court for the District of Delaware for patent infringement. Research Frontiers seeks an injunction in addition to monetary damages and pre-judgment interest and other relief. In this lawsuit, Research Frontiers asserts infringement by the named defendants of United States Patent No. 6,606,185, entitled “SPD Films and Light Valves Comprising Liquid Suspensions of Heat-Reflective Particles of Mixed Metal Oxides and Methods of Making Such Particles,” and United States Patent No. 5,463,491, entitled “Light Valve Employing a Film Comprising an Encapsulated Liquid Suspension, and Method of Making Such Film.” Research Frontiers alleges that E Ink’s products and those of its customers such as various models of the Amazon Kindle, Sony Reader, Barnes & Noble Nook, and other e-reader/e-book devices, infringe on its patents.
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