DuPont Annual Review Spotlights DuPont Electronic & Communication Technologies

Information flies around the world at an ever faster pace and volume, requiring ever-more sophisticated technologies to carry the load.

Miles of computer network cabling lie vulnerable to fire and smoke damage that can cripple communications. The printing industry strives to lessen its dependence on chemical solvents. DuPont Electronic & Communication Technologies provides the answers.

The DuPont Annual Review highlights the accomplishments of DuPont Electronic & Communication Technologies, including: the development of plasma televisions using DuPont™ Fodel® photo-imaging products; the use of DuPont™ Pyralux® AC all polyimide laminate in smaller, lighter cellular phones; the introduction of the DuPont™ Cyrel® FAST digital flexographic platemaking system for use in printing; the full integration of businesses gained by the ChemFirst acquisition in 2002; and the development of limited combustible cable (LCC) jacketed with DuPont™ Teflon® fluoropolymer.

600450 DuPont Annual Review Spotlights DuPont Electronic & Communication Technologies
Date: 1 April 2004
Source: DuPont

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