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QLED Display Technology Developed

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ORLANDO, Fla., Feb. 28, 2011 — Advanced materials provider NanoPhotonica announced the mass production commercialization for its breakthrough QLED display technology.

NanoPhotonica’s S-QLED technology improves picture quality and power consumption achieved by recently introduced OLED displays. In addition, it reduces cost and improves lifetime beyond what OLEDs can achieve, the company said.

It is currently working with several display manufacturers to commercialize devices based on its proprietary technology. Previous work in independent laboratories has identified performance advantages.

It said its technology will provide better picture technology than OLED, use 30 percent less power, will be priced up to 75 percent lower and will last twice as long.

“Our focus is to accelerate work with existing and new display partners to bring this QLED technology to market soon,” said Dr. Christopher Morton, CEO of NanoPhotonica. “Our materials are enabling similar advances in the solar industry, and we intend to announce more about those programs shortly.”

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Feb 2011
AmericasBusinessChristopher MortonConsumerDisplaysenergyFloridalight emitting diodeslight sourcesNanoPhotonicaOLED displaysOLEDsOrganic light-emitting diodesQLEDQLED display technologyS-QLEDsolar industryLEDs

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