Samsung Mobile Display secures its AMOLED dopant materials from Novaled
July 02, 2012 // Julien Happich
Novaled has entered into a licensing and purchase agreement with Samsung Mobile Display (SMD) who has committed to purchase dopant materials used in the transport layers of its AMOLED display modules from Novaled for several years.
In addition, Novaled will provide its proprietary PIN OLED technology to SMD for use in the production of SMD's AMOLED display modules.
Since 2005, Samsung has cooperated with Novaled in the field of technologies and materials for advanced OLED products. Novaled has developed several doping and transport materials that can be used in OLEDs to further enhance the advantages of Novaled's PIN OLED technology. As a result, these OLEDs have very low driving voltage and high substrate compatibility, while maintaining high power efficiency and long lifetime.
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