Seiko Epson Invents Flexible Plastic 8-Bit Microprocessor

Posted: Feb 10 2005, 4:28am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 3:28pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff


Seiko Epson Invents Flexible Plastic 8-Bit Microprocessor
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Photo: JCN Network Seiko Epson developed the world's first flexible 8-bit asynchronous microprocessor using low-temperature polysilicon thin-film transistors (LTPS-TFTs) on a bendable plastic substrate.
Epson showed flexible chip at the ISSCC 2005, where also the IBM, Sony and Toshiba Cell Chip was announced. Seiko Epson is now looking for applications for their new chip. Electronic paper comes to mind.
Story on JCN Network and EETimes.

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