German Cynora partners with Chinese Juhua on OLED TV

German Cynora partners with Chinese Juhua on OLED TV

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By Julien Happich

Cynora is joining the technology platform Juhua held by two China Panel Giants CSOT and Tianma. The Chinese industry is a major player in the LCD technology and is now preparing its move to OLED for portable devices and TVs screens. Industry experts expect that China will be the second largest producer of OLED displays after Korea, by 2021 with a total market share of 24%.

CSOT (a TCL holding company) and Tianma are co-establishing the cooperation platform (Juhua) with allied universities and R&D institutes to accelerate the development of the key printing technology know-how for future OLED TVs. Cynora will contribute to this platform with its know-how and materials for the development of OLED displays.

“We are closely associating our key suppliers on our technical development for a faster launch of our OLED TVs. A highly efficient blue emitting material is crucial to offer products with the lowest energy consumption. Working with CYNORA is very important to us” said Dr. Xiaolin Yan, Chairman of Juhua Board Meeting and CTO of TCL.

“A deep cooperation between material providers and display makers is key for a fast progress in OLED” acknowledged Gildas Sorin, Cynora’s CEO. “Our full organic TADF materials without heavy metals, targeting vacuum deposition first, can be used for ink jet printing easily, as well. We are delighted to contribute to the success of the Juhua open platform.”

Guangdong Juhua printed display company is a subsidiary of both China Star Optic-electrical Technology (a TCL corporate company) and the Tianma Group, CSOT/Tianma hold 66%/34% of Juhua’ share respectively.

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