C3Nano Inc., the world’s performance leader in transparent conductive inks and films used in flexible displays, touchscreens and other products, refuted the claims made by China-based Cambrios, which is a subsidiary of British Virgin Islands-registered CAM Holding Co.
BVI company’s subsidiary tries to initiate an inter partes review (IPR) related to the validity of one of C3Nano’s United States patents. C3Nano has a large number of core patents protecting its commercial products; the arguable patent is related to C3Nano’s unique technology based on fusing nanomaterials.
C3Nano is widely recognized as the first company to successfully develop a commercially viable and scalable transparent conductor based on nanoscale metallic fused conductors, with performance exceeding all other competitive technologies. C3Nano has won several key business opportunities over Cambrios and its BVI parent company CAM Holding Co. Ltd. as well as other competitors due to the superior performance of C3Nano products. Recent patent-related action by Cambrios represents ongoing fallout from the May 2018 Society for Information Display (SID) conference in Los Angeles, when Cambrios’ lead scientist presented data that raised questions among industry players of Cambrios’ possible infringement of C3Nano’s fusing IP.