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Light Emitting Devices, organic and novel
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A lot of interest is being shown in the area of novel light-emitting devices. Organic LEDs are one example. According to Paul Semenza, a Stanford Resources Inc. analyst: "organic light emitting diodes (OLEDs) are among the fastest growing segment of the FPD industry and will mushroom from a mere $3 million this year to an estimated $717 million in 2005".

Another interesting area is nitride LEDs and lasers. These devices emit shorter wavelength light than previous LEDs and are useful for data storage, displays, and supplanting incandescent and fluorescent lighting.

Most companies involved in these areas are large (e.g. HP, Kodak, Dow, TDK, Uniroyal) however some smaller companies exist as purer plays (e. g. PANL, AXTI, CREE). Companies such as CDT ( and UNIAX( may go public at later dates.

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330More Boom, Less Bust for Applied Materials [subscription req'd] &kinkblot-11/21/2016
329That's simple. The boss wants one and I have been waiting for LED displays esemi_infinite -12/3/2009
328Interesting. Perhaps you would be willing to inform me why you would be willing Sam Citron-12/3/2009
327IMO they don't have to mandate it. I keep checking Costco for the 55" semi_infinite -12/1/2009
326Are you looking for a laser pointers products? You can buy it here techlasers.coElbow-12/1/2009
325LED lights brighten the complexion Tuesday, November 24, 2009 Sam Citron-12/1/2009
324MLE delivers iPhone compatible 2-wire LED controller ML ElSam Citron-12/1/2009
323California mandates TVs with lower power consumption 30 Nov 2009 ledsmagazine.coSam Citron-12/1/2009
322Flexible OLEDs could be part of lighting's future
321[PANL] UNIVERSAL DISPLAY > 20.20 +0.7 ( +3.59%) [graphic]~digs-12/24/2007
320[PANL] UNIVERSAL DISPLAY > 19.50 +0.5 ( +2.63%) [graphic] [graphic] [graphi~digs-12/23/2007
319FogScreen A floating curtain of "dry" fog.kinkblot-11/6/2007
318[PANL] UNIVERSAL DISPLAY » 17.52 +1.04 ( +6.31%) Open » 16.52 Volum~digs-9/28/2007
317Very helpful. Thanks, Dave. <eom>Sam Citron-9/21/2007
316PANL.. Weekly bull flag and the trend is up, daily is still neutral .. I like th~digs-9/19/2007
315Everything had a good day yesterday with the Fed's 50 bp rate cut. PANL has Sam Citron-9/19/2007
314[PANL] UNIVERSAL DISPLAY » 16.40 +1.27 ( +8.39%) Open » 15.18 Volum~digs-9/18/2007
313With LEDs proliferating, why is this thread not thriving?Sam Citron-9/11/2007
312Photo Release -- Cambridge Display Technology's P-OLED Technology Featured inigel bates-4/20/2007
311World's First OLED Print Head Uses Polymer Technology Thursday March 16, 12:nigel bates-3/16/2006
310CDT Acquires Important New Patent Portfolio Monday February 13, 8:00 am ET CAMBnigel bates-2/13/2006
309Universal Display Announces Advances in Blue Phosphorescent OLED Technology at 8nigel bates-1/12/2006
308Haven't followed these for a while so the 150,000 hrs half life on blue comesemi_infinite -12/12/2005
307CDT Sees New Record in Display Lifetime Development CAMBRIDGE, England, Dec. 12nigel bates-12/12/2005
306tgdaily.comThe Ox-12/2/2005
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