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Universal Display Corporation (Ewing, New Jersey) and PPG (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) recently announced that UDC Ireland Limited and PPG will jointly establish a new manufacturing site in Shannon, Ireland, for the production of UDC’s highly efficient, high-performing UniversalPHOLED materials. The new facility will be designed to double the production capacity and diversify the manufacturing base for UDC’s phosphorescent emitters to meet growing organic light emitting diode (OLED) market demand and evolving industry requirements.


LG Display, a leading innovator of display technologies and one of the world's largest display manufacturers, and Eyesafe, the global leader in low blue light solutions for the consumer electronics industry, have announced the world's first ever Eyesafe certified television display at CES 2021. The new display, which will serve a 65" OLED television model, was designed to meet Eyesafe requirements for low emissions of blue light and optimal colour performance. The certification was conducted by leading independent testing and certification firm TUV Rheinland. The new 65" OLED display ushers in a new era of advanced television displays that are designed for human health. LG Display expects many new Eyesafe television displays to come to market throughout 2021, as the television industry begins adopting Eyesafe standards in an effort to communicate health and safety to end-consumers.


AIXTRON SE (Herzogenrath, Germany) has announced that APEVA, its subsidiary for OLED deposition technologies, received the final acceptance for its Gen 2 OVPD (Organic Vapour Phase Deposition) deposition system from its customer, one of the world’s largest display manufacturers. APEVA’s prototype OLED deposition system, which is based on the innovative OVPD technology, enables a highly efficient deposition of organic materials for OLED displays.

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