Evince Technology Ltd Evince Technology Ltd

 

Evince Technology is a UK based privately funded startup with a breakthrough semiconductor technology that will revolutionise the high power and high frequency electronics industry.

We have demonstrated proof of concept devices, based on our Embedded Electron Emission technology, and are now developing prototypes of two solid-state devices with multiple potential applications.

Our aim is to work with device developers and manufacturing partners under licence to exploit our ‘unique practical approach’. And to help a broad range of industries exploit the vastly superior thermal and electronic properties that only diamond can deliver.

 

 

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Thomas Wright Way,
Sedgefield
County Durham

TS21 3FD

 

 

 

 

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+44(0)1740 625 250

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  • janet_todd_netpark

    Janet Todd

    NETPark Manager

    +44(0)1740 625 250
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