Nuovo Film Inc. was founded in Silicon Valley in 2012 and specializes in the development, manufacturing, and marketing of silver nanowire materials, with applications in touchscreens, photovoltaics, energy storage, and electric vehicles. With a focus on independent and sustained innovation, the company has become a global leader in the silver nanowire industry, having filed multiple patents from material development to process technology.
The executive team includes industry veterans from renowned institutions such as General Electric, Cisco, McKinsey, and Applied Materials. The founders are graduates of Princeton University and Stanford University, where they acquired cutting-edge technology in new materials research and development.
LEAD CUTTING-EDGE TECHNOLOGY ADVANCEMENT
Nuovo Film is at the forefront of silver nanowire technology innovation. Its foundational core technology covers the entire value chain of silver nanowire, from synthesis and purification to ink formulation, roll-to-roll slot-die coating, and touchscreen application design and processes.
HOLD COMPREHENSIVE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
Nuovo Film has more than 180 patents worldwide for our innovative silver nanowire technology, including 11 patents granted in the United States. The company also has patent cross-license with Cambrios Film Solutions Corporation since 2018.
COMMAND THE LARGEST MARKET SHARE IN GLOBAL SILVER NANOWIRE INDUSTRY
The company commands a 60% market share in the industry, with its factory achieving mass production in 2014 and having shipped over 2.3 million square meters of products to date. Notably, over 460,000 of 86” equivalent touch-enabled modules have been shipped, with a cumulative field return rate of less than 0.04%.
ESTABLISHED THE WORLD'S LARGEST MANUFACTURING BASE OF SILVER NANOWIRE PRODUCTS
The 1600mm-wide silver nanowire conductive film coating line has been in mass production since 2018. The annual capacity of the silver nanowire conductive film has reached 2 million square meters, with an annual production capacity of 1200kg for silver nanowires.