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NTERA's NanoChromics™ Technology
Makes Paper-Bright, Low-Power Visual Communications
Affordable for Intelligent Devices


DEMO@15! | Scottsdale, AZ | February 14, 2005


NTERA today announced the availability of NTERA NanoChromics display technology - an intelligent electronic display technology featuring ink-on-paper readability and low power consumption at a competitive cost.

Made using proprietary nanostructured materials, NanoChromics displays look like ink on paper and act with the intelligence of an electronic display. NanoChromics technology offers superb optical performance and is more cost-effective than existing LCD, OLED and other display technologies.

Paper white or translucent backgrounds give the NanoChromics displays four times the contrast and reflectivity of other display technologies. The NanoChromics technology bi-stability, 1vDC operation, and high reflectivity drive 10 times longer battery operation than existing display technologies. The technology supports direct drive, flexible, and high-resolution active matrix applications.

NanoChromics displays are ideal for use in a wide range of consumer-facing and industrial applications. From home automation (e.g. thermostats) to intelligent appliances and white goods; electronic textbooks to test kits (e.g. pregnancy, diabetes); car navigation systems to airplane cockpits and industrial controls; consumer electronics to time pieces, e-billboards and shelf labels, each of the many applications takes advantage of unprecedented visual impact at low cost.

"Design studios, manufacturers, and engineers have faced the dull, gray LCD world for decades. At the same time, they have been reeling from the astronomical OLED production and wholesale costs,” said Nick How, President NTERA Limited. “In contrast, we’re ‘fresh’, bright and white, yet cost-effective. NanoChromics technology purchase means instant product differentiation in a box.”

About NTERA Ltd.
NTERA Ltd. is a material science and applications company commercializing its patented NanoChromics™ family of technologies. Made using proprietary nanostructured materials, NanoChromics displays look like ink on paper and act with the intelligence of an electronic display. NanoChromics technology offers superb optical performance and is more cost-effective than existing LCD, OLED and other display technologies.

Paper white or translucent backgrounds give the NanoChromics displays four times the contrast and reflectivity of other display technologies. The NanoChromics technology bi-stability, 1vDC operation, and high reflectivity drive 10 times longer battery operation than existing display technologies. The technology supports direct drive, flexible, and high-resolution active matrix applications. In business since 1997 through a relationship with University College Dublin in Ireland, NTERA has offices in suburban Philadelphia USA and Dublin Ireland, as well as manufacturing facilities in Taiwan and Dublin. Visit www.ntera.com.

About DEMO@15!
The annual DEMO conferences focus on emerging technologies and new products, which are hand-selected from across the spectrum of the technology marketplace. The DEMO conferences have earned their reputation for consistently identifying tomorrow's cutting-edge technologies, and have served as launch pad events for companies such as Palm, E*Trade, Handspring, and U.S. Robotics, helping them to secure venture funding, establish critical business relationships, and influence early adopters. Each DEMO conference features approximately 70 new companies, products and technologies. For more information on the DEMO conferences, visit www.demo.com.

Trademarks
NTERA and NanoChromics are trademarks of NTERA Ltd. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

Contact:
Padraic Marren
Tel: + 353 1 2137525
Cell: + 353 87 6980943
padraic.marren@ntera.com

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