Samsung and LG are investing in Germany for OLEDs in the future
The two companies are investing in Cynora, a German reality that is said to be ready to market the first high performance blue emissive material for OLED screens.
of Manolo De Agostini @mdeagostini
September 15, 2017, 14:00
(Source Cynora )
Samsung and LG have decided to invest 25 million euros in Cynora ,companyGerman company engaged in the development of OLED technology . Cynora develops a new kind of materialorganicissuer for OLED screens based on Thermally Activated Delayed Fluorescence (TADF) technology.
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"With this technology Cynora will be able to market the first high performance blue emissive material, the most requested material from OLED screen manufacturers. High-performance blue materials will allow a significant reduction in energy consumption and higher display resolution , "says the company in a press release.
Already, because the weakness of OLEDs is the blue color emission, which fails to keep pace with the other two primary colors with regard to durability and energy efficiency. The problem is that you use three fluorescent layers (blue, green and red) to get white, and blue is therefore crucial.
LG Display and Samsung Display will collaborate with Cynora to advance the research and development and intellectual property portfolio. However, this will not be a joint work: the two South Korean companies will work with the German company separately .
"Liquidity injection will also be used to strengthen our worldwide presence as a provider of high-efficiency broadcasting materials. We will market our first blue product by the end of 2017, followed by green and red, " said Gildas Sorin, CEO of Cynora .