Trial run of China's 4.5 generation optoelectronic displays launched

17:04, November 09, 2010      

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The OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode) optoelectronic display project conducted by the Irico (Foshan) Group is China's first 4.5 generation AMOLED (Active Matrix/Organic Light Emitting Diode) production line. Its first phase trial manufacture and also the commencement ceremony of the second phase of the project, was held in Foshan, Guangdong Province on Nov. 8.

This project is the second 4.5 generation AMOLED optoelectronic display production line worldwide following South Korea's Samsung. It also leads the direction of the third generation "dream display" development. The project is independently developed by the Irico Group and is in line with the international standards of OLED optoelectronic displays.

According to sources, the project will be completed in three years and will become China's largest OLED industrial base. This indicates that China's optical display industry is accelerating to catch up with the world advanced level. The second phase of the Irico Group's OLED project is to construct two 4.5 generation AMOLED production lines with a total investment of nearly 9.5 billion yuan, and the two production lines will be launched in November 2010 and October 2011, respectively.

By People's Daily Online


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