Nemoptic in recievership

The French screen tech company Nemoptic has had to declare bankruptcy. According to Actualitte they are 3 million euros in the hole and couldn't find a buyer.

I'm a little surprised. I know they were developing new screen tech, but I thought they also had a practical applications on the market already. I'd have thought that income would have been enough to eek by. Obviously it wasn't enough.

I wouldn't worry about the company too much. Their IP is worth a lot; someone will want to buy it. You might recall that a few days ago I posted about their latest prototype, a combination Oled/ BiNem display. Someone will want it.

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