Posts tagged Manufacturing
Top Milpitas Employers Open Doors to Local Students for Manufacturing Day 2018

Fifty high school students from Milpitas and Calaveras Hills high schools learned about career opportunities with local high tech manufacturers at the second annual Milpitas Manufacturing Day on Friday, October 5. 

The event, co-sponsored by the City of Milpitas, Milpitas Unified School District, and Milpitas Economic Development Commission, is part of a community effort to increase awareness of the opportunities for good-paying jobs for young people in local manufacturing careers. 

Two local firms—View Inc. ( that builds “smart windows” with dynamic glass, and Nanosys (, a leading developer of quantum dot technology for electronic displays—opened their doors to students and other representatives from the Milpitas community. 

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Nanosys First to Achieve EPA Approval for Mass Production of Quantum Dots

Milpitas, CA, June 1, 2015 – Nanosys, the leader in Quantum Dot technology being used to achieve the highest color gamut and greatly improved energy efficiency for displays, today announced that it has become the first and only Quantum Dot manufacturer to complete the United States Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) New Chemicals Program review process for its Quantum Dot materials and components.

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LG, Samsung to mass produce Quantum Dot displays in the second half of 2014

Quantum Dot display is said to be the next generation display technology which offers a lot of improvements over the traditional OLED displays. This particular technology has been in the market for some years now and many existing manufacturers have already considered integrating these displays onto their devices. However, several challenges like high cost and production constraints have prevented these manufacturers from mass producing QD displays.

But it seems like these challenges have been overcome as the source states that LG as well as Samsung is planning to mass produce Quantum Dot displays in the second half of 2014. So, these displays could easily end up on the next flagship models from the company scheduled to release next year.

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