|Phone:||+47 2301 1240|
|Fax:||+47 2301 1241|
|Address:||Oslo Atrium, Christian Frederiksplass 6 P.O. Box 1872 Vika, N-0124 Oslo, Norway|
|Subsidiaries:||Thin Film Electronics (94%), Intel (6%)|
|Affiliates:||Fast Search & Transfer (~30%)|
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Opticom ASA is a Norwegian research and development company in the field of polymer electronics.
The company is focused on developing storage and memory devices from polymeric materials which can be processed in liquid state.
For years the company has developed polymer-based memory chips through its majority-owned subsidiary Thin Film Electronics (TFE). Opticom and Intel - which owned a minority stake in TFE - have wound down TFE's work because of technical and contract problems. Opticom has announced its intention to pursue other avenues for the technology underlying TFE's memory designs.
Opticom owns nearly a third of Fast Search & Transfer.
The company was founded in 1994.
The company share has been listed at the Oslo stock exchange since 1997, and on the main list since the first trading day of 2000.
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