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A Place for OLED Unification

A place for OLED unification was held for Korea’s OLED industry which used to be divided. The two sides of Korean OLED industry, Samsung Display and LG Display, both attended the 1st OLED KOREA Conference, examining what lies ahead for OLED. This marks the beginning of future OLED display industry where worldwide OLED industry and Korean OLED industry are united.

 

The division within Korean OLED industry started when LG Display began to produce 55 inch OLED panel when Samsung was the only company that manufactured OLED panel. They each accused the other company of copying their technology and reported to the prosecution and thus the division was born. Last week, they both announced the end of legal disputes. However, although the trial for Samsung’s technology leakage has ended, the prosecution for LG’s technology is continuing. As this is a criminal case, the prosecution has to withdraw charges before it concludes.

 

In order to end the division within the Korean industry that began from Samsung and LG’s disputes, and to bring together worldwide OLED industry, UBI Research held the OLED KOREA Conference (April 2). 16 OLED experts from Korea, Japan, and China, including from Samsung Display and LG Display, forecast the future of OLED industry and discussed how OLED industry could succeed.

 

After the conference, approximately 40 industry-academic professionals attended VIP party and commented that the success of the conference was due to Samsung’s presence. Chang Hoon Lee who attended both OLED KOREA Conference and VIP party, and spoke with key speakers mentioned that Samsung will continue to be an axis for OLED industry and lead Korean and international OLED industry. The experts who attended the VIP event expressed hope that future OLED KOREA Conference would aid in the process of Korea, which is OLED device production oriented, becoming the mecca for OLED industry.

By Da Rae Kim, reporter@olednet.co.kr

What is the Next Killer OLED Display Application?

The interest in automotive display by OLED industry’s key leaders, Samsung Display and LG Display, is growing. During the 1st OLED KOREA Conference (April 2, 2015), Dr. Ki-Yong Lee, vice president of Samsung Display, predicted that “in 2018, 1.4 display units will be applied per car and form a market of 150 million units” and emphasized that “flexible OLED panel has an advantage of fast response time and being unbreakable and therefore suitable for automotive display”.

 

LG Display’s team leader, Won-Gyun Youn forecast that “from the rare keynote speeches from automobile manufacturers in this year’s CES, automotive display could be a new market for OLED”.

 

Speaking at the 1st OLED KOREA Conference, Dr. Choong Hoon Yi, the president of UBI Research, also commented that “OLED’s merit of infinite contrast range will provide high visibility even in monochrome and appropriate for drivers, and flexible OLED can be freely applied to vehicle’s interior” and estimated OLED will be actively used for automotive display in future.

 

OLED display, as flexible display, can be easily produced and cannot be broken. It also has advantages of infinite contrast range and fast response time and is a focus of automobile industry. Several cars have already been released with OLED display equipped instruments including dashboard and navigation. Recently, Italdesign Giugiaro’s concept car, Gea, equipped with LG Display’s plastic OLED was revealed in Geneva International Motor Show 2015.

 

Following this trend, the company that is most proactive in OLED application in automobile industry is LG Display. LG Display has already announced their target of 30% world market share acquisition in automotive display with the revenue of approx. US$ 1,800 million in 2018. In CES 2015 held in January, LG Display also presented 13.1 inch automotive display and 21.5 inch curved plastic OLED that included instrument panel and CID.

Various Display Equipped Concept Car, Geneva International Motor Show 2015

Various Display Equipped Concept Car, Geneva International Motor Show 2015

By Da Rae Kim, reporter@olednet.co.kr

OLED, 대화합의 장이 펼쳐졌다!

그 동안 찢어졌던 한국의 OLED 산업에 대화합의 장이 펼쳐졌다. 1OLED KOREA에서 OLED 산업의 양대 축인 삼성디스플레이와 LG디스플레이가 나란히 참여하여 OLED 산업의 미래를 같이 조망하며 한국의 OLED 산업과 더불어 세계의 OLED 산업이 일치 단결하여 디스플레이 미래를 열어가기 위한 시동을 걸었다.

한국의 OLED 산업에 균열이 가기 시작한 것은 삼성만이 OLED 패널을 제조하던 시대에서 LG디스플레이가 55인치 OLED 패널 생산을 시작하자 양측은 서로의 기술이 도용 당했다고 검찰에 고발하게 된 것이 계기가 되었다. 양사 대표는 지난주 상호간의 소송을 종결하기로 발표하였다. 삼성의 기술 유출 사건은 재판이 종료되었지만 LG 기술 유출 사건은 아직 검찰의 공소가 진행 중에 있다. 형사 사건이기 때문에 검찰의 공소 취하가 이루어져야만 모든 것이 끝난다.

유비산업리서치는 삼성과 LG의 싸움에서 비롯된 한국 산업 분열을 종식 시키고 더 나아가 전세계 OLED 산업 역량을 집결시키기 위해 지난 2OLED KOREA를 개최하였다. 삼성디스플레이와 LG디스플레이를 포함하여 한국과 일본, 중국의 OLED 전문가 16명이 OLED 산업의 미래를 전망하고 OLED 산업이 성공하기 위한 다양한 주제가 발표되었다.

컨퍼런스 종료 후 개최된 VIP 파티에 참여한 약 40명의 산학연 전문가들은 삼성이 있어서 이번 컨퍼런스가 성공할 수 있었다고 논평하였으며, OLED KOREA 컨퍼런스와 파티에 참석하여 발표 내용을 면밀히 청취하고 주요 발표자들과 면담한 이창훈 상무는 과거에도 그랬지만 앞으로도 삼성이 OLED 산업의 축이 되어 한국과 전세계 OLED 산업을 끌고 갈 것임을 언급하였다. VIP 파티에 참석한 전문가들은 향후 OLED KOREAOLED 제품 생산 위주의 한국이 OLED 산업의 메카가 될 수 있도록 기여해 줄 것을 당부하였다.

By Da Rae Kim, reporter@olednet.co.kr

 

OLED display의 다음 killer application은?

OLED display의 핵심 선두주자인 Samsung Display LG Display의 자동차용 display에 대한 관심이 커지고 있다. 42일에 유비산업리서치에서 개최한 제 1OLED Korea Conference에서 Samsung Display의 이기용 상무는 “2018년에는 자동차 1대당 1.4개의 display가 적용되어 연간 약 1.5억개의 시장을 형성할 것으로 예상했으며, “flexible OLED panel은 빠른 응답속도와 깨지지 않는 장점으로 차량용 display에 적합하다라고 강조했다.

LG Display의 윤원균 팀장은 올해 CES에서 이례적으로 자동차 업체에서 기조연설을 한 것을 미루어 보아 차량용 displayOLED의 새로운 시장이 될 수 있을 것으로 내다봤다.

유비산업리서치의 이충훈 대표도 “OLED의 장점인 무한대의 명암비로 단색으로도 높은 시인성을 가질 수 있어 운전자에게 적합하며, flexible OLED는 차량 내부에 자유자재로 적용 가능하다라며 앞으로 차량용 displayOLED가 적극적으로 적용 될 것으로 예상했다.

OLED displayFlexible display로 제조가 용이하고, 깨지지 않으며 무한대의 명암비와 빠른 응답속도의 장점을 가지고 있어 자동차 업계에서 큰 관심을 가지고 있다. 이미 몇몇 자동차는 계기판과 네비게이션 등을 OLED display를 적용하여 출시되었으며, 최근 이탈디자인 쥬지아로의 컨셉카 제아가 LG Display plastic OLED를 적용하여 2015 제네바 모터쇼에서 전시하였다.

Various Display Equipped Concept Car, Geneva International Motor Show 2015

Various Display Equipped Concept Car, Geneva International Motor Show 2015

이러한 트랜드에 맞춰 차량용 displayOLED를 적용하기 위해 가장 적극적인 업체는 LG Display이다. LG Display2018년엔 차량용 디스플레이에서 전 세계 시장점유율 30%를 확보하고 매출 2조원을 달성한다는 목표를 밝힌바 있으며, 1월에 열렸던 CES 2015에서는 차량용 13.1인치 디스플레이와 계기판을 비롯해 중앙정보 디스플레이(CID)까지 포함한 21.5인치 곡면형 plastic OLED를 선보인 바 있다. 

By Da Rae Kim, reporter@olednet.co.kr

OLED Emitting Material Market, To Grow into US$ 560 Million in 2015

According to ‘’OLED Emitting Material Annual Report’’ published by UBI Research on 13 March, OLED emitting material market of 2015 is forecast to grow into US$ 560 million, a 16% growth compared to 2014. The report analyzed that active operation of LG Display’s E4 (M2) line, and operation of Samsung Display’s A3 line, and an increase in operation rate by existing A1 and A2 lines are the main cause for the market growth. Additionally, due to the intense mass production start by the latecomers and expansion of large area OLED panel market, the OLED emitting material market is estimated to grow by 35% compound annual growth rate, and form approx. US$ 2,500 million market in 2020.

In terms of countries, Korea occupies the most of 2015 OLED emitting material market with its market share of 90% or higher. However, from 2017, with China’s bold mass production, China is expected to hold market share of over 20% or higher. Thus, emitting material companies are projected to target Chinese market.

AMOLED panel applied to Samsung Elec.’s Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, which were revealed in MWC2015, utilized new supply chain and it is estimated these will be used for AMOLED panels of future products. Dow Chem.’s phosphorescent red host materials were chosen for the new supply chain.

<OLED Emitting Material Market Forecast Source: UBI Research><OLED Emitting Material Market Forecast Source: UBI Research>

Regarding this matter, the head of UBI Research Dr. Choong Hoon Yi will give an in-depth presentation titled ‘The Future of OLED’ discussing OLED emitting material market and OLED industry at the 1st OLED Korea Conference. The 1st OLED Korea Conference will be held in SC Convention in Gangnam, Seoul, South Korea on April 2.

LG Display, next is the plastic OLED!

Supported by the success of WOLED production for OLED TVs, LG Display is ambitiously formulating the next project with the plastic OLED. The development of dual-edge plastic OLED was completed as an extension of the plastic OLED product already used in LG’s G Flex and G Watch, and the product for automobile dash board is under preparation.

Presenting the curved plastic OLED display for dash board and dual-edge plastic OLED at the press conference exhibition hall of CES 2015, LG Display demonstrated its diverse products portfolio employing plastic OLED.

 

 

LG Display CEO Han Sang-beom mentioned at the press conference that the dual-edge plastic OLED panel to apply for diverse customers and smartphones is under discussion and the product for a dash board is under development in close collaboration with two automobile companies. However, he also said that it may require more time as the display for an automobile demands brighter light quality and the clients are expecting to use it from 2017.

Though the original plastic OLED produced by LG Electronics for G Flex was only HD level resolution incompatible with other displays for smartphones, now the FHD plastic OLED for the G Flex 2 which was announced at CES 2015 secured enough competitiveness in terms of resolution compared to the LCD and OLED panels manufactured by other rival companies.

“A decision for investment will be made soon!” said Mr. Han at the end of the press conference regarding the plastic OLED line investment.

The size of the early investment is estimated to be Gen6 15K and the major clients for the plastic OLED panel will be LG Electronics and Apple.

Chung-hoon Lee, Editor, editor@olednet.co.kr

Universal Display and LG Display Announce Entry into Long-Term OLED Patent License and Supplemental Material Purchase Agreements

Universal Display Corporation (Nasdaq:OLED), enabling energyefficient displays and lighting with its UniversalPHOLED® technology and materials, and LG Display Co., Ltd. (NYSE: LPL), the world’s leading innovator of display technologies, today announced the signing of a new OLED Technology License Agreement and Supplemental Material Purchase Agreement. The agreements run through December 31, 2022.
Today’s announcement builds on a long-term relationship between the two companies. Under the license agreement, Universal Display has granted LG Display non-exclusive license rights under various patents owned or controlled by Universal Display to manufacture and sell OLED display products. In consideration of the license grant, LG Display has agreed to pay Universal Display license fees and running royalties on its sales of these licensed products over the term of the agreement. Additionally, Universal Display will supply phosphorescent materials to LG Display for use in its licensed products.
“We are excited to enter into these agreements with our long-term partner LG Display, a global technology innovator who is leading the charge for OLED TVs, evidenced by its recent CES showcase of new 4K models ranging from 55″, 65″ and 77″ in flexible, curved and flat form actors,” said Steven V. Abramson, President and Chief Executive Officer of Universal Display Corporation. “The growth of our relationship demonstrates the continued acceptance of our OLED technology and phosphorescent materials by the display industry for cutting-edge, high performance, energy-efficient commercial OLED displays. We look forward to the continued collaboration in support of LGD’s advancements in expanding the thriving OLED product roadmap, including the advent of new form factors that redefine what a display can and will be.”
“This is a win-win partnership for both companies. We expect this strategic alliance with Universal Display will bring synergies in accelerating the growth of OLED technology, and based on strengthened OLED business, LG Display is committed to deliver differentiated products to customers and the market,” said Sang Deog Yeo, President and Head of OLED business unit of LG Display.

LG디스플레이, 美, UDC와 OLED사업 전략제휴

LG디스플레이(대표이사 한상범, 韓相範 / www.lgdisplay.com)와 OLED 재료업체인 UDC(Universal Display Corporation / 대표이사 Steven V. Abramson)가 26일, ‘OLED기술 상호 협력 및 관련특허 라이센스(License) 협약’을 체결하고 OLED사업 경쟁력 강화에 나섰다.

1994년 설립된 UDC는 3,300개가 넘는 OLED관련 특허를 보유하고 있으며, 특히 친환경, 저소비전력을 가능하게 하는 인광 OLED 재료 원천특허를 보유하고 있는 세계적인 OLED 소재 원천기술 기업이다.

이번 전략적 제휴를 통해 LG디스플레이는 UDC로부터 우수한 OLED 재료공급 및 디바이스(Device) 구조 등을 제안 받음으로써 TV용 OLED 및 플렉시블 OLED의 연구, 제품개발 및 생산을 더욱 강화할 수 있게 되어 OLED 시장확대에 가속도를 붙일 수 있게 되었다.  UDC는 LG디스플레이에 고성능의 OLED 재료를 공급하고 기술개발과 제품화 협력을 통해 디스플레이 분야에서의 글로벌 리딩 고객을 확보할 수 있게 되었다.

업계에서는 양사가 이번 제휴를 통해 OLED 사업분야에서 시너지를 극대화하여 업계에서 확고한 리더십을 발휘할 수 있는 계기를 마련한 것으로 보고 있다. 이미 LG디스플레이와 UDC는 2007년 세계 최초로 4인치 크기의 풀컬러 플렉서블 AMOLED를 공동으로 개발한 바 있다.

LG디스플레이 OLED사업부장 여상덕 사장은, “이번 전략적 제휴로 OLED TV 시장 확대에도 탄력을 받을 뿐만 아니라 LG디스플레이의 플렉시블 및 투명 OLED 개발도 더욱 가속도를 붙일 것” 이라며, “윈-윈 협력관계는 양사의 OLED사업에 큰 시너지 효과가 기대되며 앞으로도 LG디스플레이는 시장과 고객에게 더욱 차별화된 제품을 제공할 것.”라고 밝혔다.

LG Display, strategic partnership for OLED business with Japanese firm Idemitsu Kosan

LG Display (CEO Sang-beom Han, 韓相範 / www.lgdisplay.com) and OLED materials firm Idemitsu Kosan (CEO 月岡隆, Takashi Tsukioka, hereinafter “Idemitsu”) entered into the agreement on the 11th about the ‘mutual cooperation concerning OLED technology and related patent license’ to further strengthen their competitiveness in the OLED industry.

 

In 1997, Idemitsu developed what was then the world’s brightest blue light organic emitting material for OLED and since then, every effort has been made to develop high-tech OLED materials and diverse device technologies based on its own molecular design and organic synthesis technologies. Consequently, Idemitsu Kosan, the original OLED material technology firm of a top global level possesses numerous major patents in relation to the OLED technology.

 

Through this strategic partnership, LG Display will be accessible to the excellent OLED materials and device structures of the Idemitsu Kosan which will lead to consolidate the research, product development and production of the OLED for TV and flexible OLED, and this eventually will accelerate the expansion of OLED market. By providing high performance OLED materials to the LG Display and collaborating in terms of technology development and commercialization, Idemitsu Kosan is expected to secure leading global clients in the display field.

 

The industry prospects that the two companies have made a chance to perform sound leadership by maximizing the synergy in the OLED business through this partnership.

 

Sang-deok Yeo, president of LG Display OLED Business unit said that, “Through the latest partnership, LG Display is to gain momentum to create OLED TV market on the basis of the OLED related patents of Idemitsu Kosan as well as accelerate the developments of flexible and transparent OLEDs” and added that “This win-win collaborative relationship is expected to have a huge synergy effect on OLED business for both companies.”

LG Display wins 2014 Popular Science Innovation Awards

LG Display (CEO Han Sang-beom, 韓相範 / www.lgdisplay.com) announced that the world’s first 18-inch flexible OLED that they developed won the ‘Best of What’s New 2014’ by the Popular Science in July.

The world’s largest science magazine, the Popular Science annually announces the innovative technologies and products of the year since 1987, and LG Display’s 18-inch flexible OLED received high praise in that it has realized the next generation future display.

LG Display’s award received flexible OLED is the world’s biggest OLED with the specifics including 18-inch size, 100 mega pixel HD level resolution (1200 × 810) as well as a 30R radius of curvature, meaning it can be rolled up to a radius of 3cm without influencing the function of the display and the possibility to realize large area rollable TV over 50-inch.

For the moment, the Transparent Flexible Display (TFD) is part of the national project of the future industry leading technology development program (new market creation type) led by the Ministry of Trade, Industry & Energy and the Korea Evaluation Institute of Industrial Technology. LG Display is leading this project in the aim of developing transparent and rollable large display over 60-inch by 2017 in participation with total 36 agencies of Industry-University-Institute.

Source  : LG Display

LG Display forecasts blooming of OLED TV market in 2015

OLED TV market is expected to begin flourishing from the end of 2015.

At the presentation of LG Display’s performance in Q2 held on 23rd at LG Twin-Tower, Yeouido, an executive director of strategic marketing group of LG Display (LGD), Youngkwon Song, emphasized, “LGD is putting efforts to realize the economy of scale and to cut cost including lowering material cost regarding the OLED TV business” and “a significant condition will be developed by the end of 2015 and early 2016.”

Mr. Don Kim, the CFO and a senior vice president of LGD said that “from our point of view on the OLED, the current levels of expected performance and yield rate are at satisfaible level, but innovation in pricing is what we concentrate more” and “by the end of 2015 or early 2016, when the operation is in full capa., we can reach the economy of scale and bring a significant performance.” Mr. Kim also hinted a soon-to-be bloomed of LGD’s OLED TV market.

LGD started supplying panels for the OLED TV to major Chinese TV set makers and plans to operate M2 line for mass-production in this third quarter. It also continuously leads the OLED market with scheduled launch of 55”/65”/77” curved UHD OLED TV.

In the meantime, sales for Q2 in 2014 was 5.979 trillion won which is declined by 9% from the Q2 in 2013 but increased by 7% from the Q1 in 2014. And operating profit was recorded surplus consecutively for nine quarters at 163.1 billion won.

LG Display successfully developed world’s first flexible and also transparent OLED.

LG Display succeeded in developing world’s first flexible and transparent OLED.
LG Display announced the technological development of world’s first 18-inch flexible OLED and transparent OLED of same size, disclosing at the ‘national project workshop for transparent flexible display development’ to be held from July 10 till July 11.
It is considered that LG Display secured the foundation technology for developing a large screen transparent flexible display through the simultaneous development of flexible and transparent OLED this time.
The flexible OLED that LG Display developed is 18-inch in size with HD resolution (1200 X 810) nearly 1 mega pixel quality, and this is the largest OLED in the world, realizing the radius of curvature of 30R. This means it can be rolled up to a radius of 3cm with no operational complications and implies that it is possible to implement a large panel rollable TV over 50 inches in the future.
In order to realize maximum radius of curvature even on 18-inch screen, LG Display used Polymide film of polymer materials on a substrate that TFT and organic matters are deposited, reducing the thickness and increasing flexibility drastically.
Furthermore, this concurrently developed transparent OLED is of same size and resolution as flexible OLED and the transparency is 30% or higher realized by self-developed transparent pixel design technology. It is a radical increase of transparency, given that transparency of existing LCD based transparent display is about 10% or so.
LG Display maximized the degree of completion by lowering the haze caused by circuit element and film down to 2%.
The transparent flexible display is a national project of the future industry-leading technology development program promoted by the Ministry of Trade, Industry & Energy and the Korea Evaluation Institute of Industrial Technology, and LG Display is the leading participants of total 36 organizations of industries, academies, and institutes, aiming to develop a large 60-inch transparent and flexible display by 2017.
According to In-Byung Kang, Senior Vice President and Head of the R&D Center at LG Display, “Pioneered OLED TV market, LG Display is leading future applied technology of OLED,” and “Though there still are many challenges to be resolved, we are confident in developing transparent flexible display of over the 60-inch screen UHD (Ultra High Definition) screen with transparency of 40% and a curvature radius of 100R by 2017.”

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Automobile Industry, will it be the foundation of OLED industry?

By Choong Hoon Yi

 

The use of OLED is now expected to be extended from interior light and rear lamp to display of automobiles.

According to the display industry, LG Display (LGD) is negotiating with German automakers for plastic OLED panel supply. LGD ranked 4th in auto display market following Taiwanese Innolux, Japan Display and Sharp of Japan. It aims to take over the global market by reaching 1 billion dollars in sales based on the OLED display by 2016.

Most of major panel makers are currently focusing on leading the auto display market. At SID 2014, the major panel makers including Japan Display, Sharp, AUO and Tianma mainly showed displays for vehicles. LGD also reinforces targeting auto display market by integrating future technologies including transparent display. A fierce competition is ahead among major display companies.

The flexibility and durability; shock- and vibration-resistant, of the OLED as well as the fact that transparent display can be realized with it will accelerate its entry to the auto display market.

For auto rear lamp and interior light, the major OLED lighting panel makers including LG Chem. and Osram are developing the OLED and a new market is within the reach. If the OLED rapidly forms the auto display market, it will become a great cornerstone of the OLED industry along with mobile, TV and general lighting.140704_자동차산업

 

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LG Display’s winning move, OLED TV Price

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LG Display (LGD) actively competes in TV market by reducing OLED TV price.

A department head Byeonggyu Roh of LGD emphasized “cost reduction of LGD’s OLED panel should be carried out across all processes and continued” and introduced its cost reduction strategy for the OLED panel for the 2nd Annual OLED Workshop held on 24th.

Key cost reduction strategy includes various ways such as investment cost reduction by rearranging the existing lines and modifying equipment; material cost reduction by optimizing the thickness of layers for TFT, the OLED and encapsulation; tact time improvement; and production efficiency increase by investing in M2 line. Also it was expected that soluble process will be the core technology for cost reduction in the future.

CEO of UBI Research, Choong Hoon Yi, said “LGD’s ultimate goal is to reduce the price by 1.1 times compare to LCD” and announced “cost down can be realized through reducing investment cost as 65” UHD OLED TV displayed at SID 2014 applied the existing co-planar to reduce from the previous 6mask to 4mask.”

LGD recently began supplying the OLED TV panel to China, and it plans to operate the M2 line in the latter half of this year. It also dropped the price of a 55” FHD curved OLED TV to $3,999 from the released price of $15,000 and a price war with the LCD TV is about to begin.

[SID 2014] Latecomers catching up aggressively

AMOLED latecomers; BOE, AUO and Tianma are rapidly catching up the AMOLED development of Samsung Display (SDC) and LG Display (LGD) at SID 2014.

BOE expressed possibility of investing in TV following mobiles by displaying 55” FHD AMOLED panel. In terms of technology readiness level, it is incompatibly lower than panels of LGD and SDC though, it is considerably fast that it was developed in six months and produced in a pilot line in Hefei.

AUO showed that its AMOLED technology had reached at certain level by unveiling 5.7” WQHD (513ppi) ultra-high resolution AMOLED panel. More attention drew towards AUO’s panel because its production method is RGB+FMM as SDC uses and the high resolution is realized with real RGB strip type rather pentile. AUO also expressed its will on AMOLED business by showing 5” HD flexible AMOLED panel and 1.6” AMOLED panel for a smart watch.

Tianma also unveiled 5.5” HD AMOLED panel. Its performance lags behind the current AMOLED panel, but it ai    ms to supply middle-end and low-end panel targeting mass-production of 5.5” FHD AMOLED through continuous R&D.

Challenges of Chinese and Taiwanese makers become serious in the AMOLED market, where Korean makers, SDC and LGD, are dominant, and the latecomers are about to invest in the sector. Thus, it is expected that the AMOLED industry will constantly grow.

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