Iridigm Display Corporation produces reflective displays for a variety of mobile device applications. Iridigm created the iMoD Matrix component, a reflective flat panel color display technology based on MEMS and thin film optics. Per the company, the bright, reflective nature of the iMoD Matrix makes a display as easy to read as a glossy magazine. High image quality combined with inherent high resolution and ultra low power consumption makes it ideal for mobile applications of all types. Qualcomm acquired 100% of the company in 2004. The company previously had 14% of the company and they purchased the remaining 86% of the company for $170 million.
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Feb 3, 2013
Iridigm Display raises $13 million Oct 16, 2001, 2:17pm PDT Updated Oct 16, 2001, 2:17pm PDT //= $authorImg ?> Save Article San Francisco-based Iridigm Display Corp., a developer of flat panel displays for mobile devices, said Tuesday it raised $13 million in Series A financing. Investors in the round included Dynafund Ventures, IDEO Ventures, Intel Capital, Paralink Capital Management, Picvue Electronics, Technology Associates and several private investors. Iridigm has created a new display technology called Digital Paper, which purportedly makes a display as easy to read as a glossy magazine. It also consumes low amounts of power, making it well suited for mobile devices. "We believe that Iridigm's technology represents a significant breakthrough in the flat panel device arena," said Jan Bos of Picvue Electronics, a supplier of flat panel screens to both Palm and Handspring. Want San Francisco news in your inbox? Sign up for our free email newsletters. Suggested Reading
Iridigm Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Where is Iridigm's headquarters?
Iridigm's headquarters is located at 5775 Morehouse Drive, San Francisco.
What is Iridigm's latest funding round?
Iridigm's latest funding round is Acquired.
How much did Iridigm raise?
Iridigm raised a total of $38.6M.
Who are the investors of Iridigm?
Investors of Iridigm include Qualcomm, Steamboat Ventures, Dynafund Ventures, VentureTech Alliance, Intel Capital and 11 more.
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