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SCHOTT Info 106
Glass ceramic components
Large Components for Small Structures
For the further development of LCD lithography devices, highly precise glass ceramic components are used to apply transistors to display glass for monitors and televisions. [more]

SCHOTT Info 102
Materials for circuit boards
Mounted on Thin Glass
Burgeoning quantities of data and increasingly faster rates of transmission in telecommunications require electrical components whose performance must be constantly improved to meet these challenges. Greater demands are thus also being made on materials for circuit boards. The thin glass produced by SCHOTT in Grünenplan is an ideal substrate for these high-tech components of the future. [more]

Entertainment electronics
The Window to the World
SCHOTT is a pioneer in glass components for television sets. The success story began in 1936, and since 1953 the Mainz plant has been fabricating screens and funnels for the entertainment electronics sector – 250 million to date. [more]

“The Days of CRT Are Far from Over”
Dr. Udo Ungeheuer, responsible for the Strategic Business Unit Display Solutions on the Management Board of SCHOTT GLAS, talks about the future of TV glass components and SCHOTT’s evolution to a full-range provider of displays. [more]

A Pioneer in Glass Components
With its special glass SCHOTT has played a major role in the technological development of television sets. [more]

SCHOTT Info 101
Exactly to the Point
With its new development, “Fiber Optical Information & Visualization Equipment,” SCHOTT Fiber Optics plans to revolutionize the technology of variable message signs. [more]

Key projects for the future
Luminescent Polymers
In a new high-tech research lab, the SCHOTT technology group has launched one of its key projects for the future – organic light-emitting diodes for lighting elements. [more]

SCHOTT Info 100
With Mask Blanks into the Champions League
SCHOTT LITHOTEC has further extended its leading position as a supplier of key components for lithography with its Advanced Quality Line (AQL). [more]

SCHOTT Info 99
EUV Lithography
Fit for Future Chip Technology
SCHOTT LITHOTEC is a world leader in high-tech optical materials for lithography. In a new project the company is now also developing key materials and components for Extreme Ultraviolet Technology (EUVL). [more]

Crystal-clear Sounds
The glass processing specialist “Glas Platz” is well known for its technically advanced products. For its design award winning “Magic Sound” glass loudspeaker the company chose thin glass from SCHOTT. [more]

Consumer Electronics
Rapid Development Continues
The Society for Information Display (SID) held a conference at SCHOTT in Mainz. Topics included the trends and future prospects of various display technologies. [more]

Controlled Reflection
Projector lighting systems call for high-quality, long-life components. SCHOTT develops tailor-made lighting units in collaboration with its customers. [more]

SCHOTT Info 98
Electronic Packaging
Strong Partners for a Strong Business
SCHOTT and the NEC Corporation are working together successfully as joint venture partners on the development, production and sales of packages for sensitive electronic components. [more]

SCHOTT Info 97
Tuning Glass Fibers
Fiber management components, filters and lasers from SCHOTT are critical to the Internet‘s ability to keep pace with exploding demand. [more]

Shortening Innovation Cycles
Dr. Karl-Peter Merz, member of the Corporate Management Committee, and Dr. Ulrich Ackermann, head of the Opto-Electronics Strategic Business Unit, on the history and opportunities of SCHOTT‘s new start-up companies in the data/communication sector. [more]

Optical Lighting Technology
Brilliantly staged
Barco is the global technology leader for large screen projection systems for professional applications. Future developments are largely dependent on the potential performance that reflectors can deliver. [more]

Website Relaunch
Discovery per Mouse Click
Since December 2000, SCHOTT‘s redesigned website can be accessed at [more