Panasonic Matsushita

Organic light emitting diode short OLED are strong in the coming OLED displays have today obtained a key position in the information age in many areas. The display defines the first impression of a product to the user. The quality of the display so long term affects the quality of the final product. Constantly develop new display technologies or improved existing. Others seem to disappear again, never did what they once promised.

Vote unprecedented speed in the development of organic displays and the pace of technical progress in the OLED display technology should rather optimistic. The main advantages of OLEDs are: high brightness with strong contrast no viewing angle dependency of video capability of on temperature range of full colour displays and flexible displays possible low weight compact, extremely thin low manufacturing costs (in the future) what have in common the company Sony, Samsung, LG, Panasonic, Matsushita? Simply put all in the next few years on OLED-TV! Especially Sony – Sony has produced the world’s first OLED TV XEL-1. Sony will invest $200 million in new manufacturing plants in the next few years. Samsung SDI announced 2009 medium and large AMOLED panels to connect to. Samsung SDI wants to double the production of 1.5 million panels on 3 million panels in 2009. In 2010 it aims at manufacturing a further doubling of the AMOLED.

Also LG display opts for OLED and Announces 2011 32 inch OLED TV one. So Panasonic Matsushita also wants in the near future so the company produce OLED displays. A problem that still must be addressed by all companies, is the power consumption, though OLED displays are so self-luminous power consumption must be reduced yet. DisplaySearch, expects an increase of in sales of 69 percent this year to more than US $826,5 million, and then an increase of 83% in 2009 and 53% in the year 2010. CMEL, Sony, LG display, Samsung SDI shipped 17 million OLED displays this year are more than 380% compared to 2007.

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