Posts in Nanosys
MicroLED: Emerging as a Next Generation Display Technology

Analyst Sweta Dash of Dash-Insights, writing for DisplayDaily on microLED progress, highlights Nanosys work to develop a heavy metal free Quantum Dot Color Conversion solution for microLED manufacturing challenges:

“Many companies are also working within the MicroLED display supply chain to resolve manufacturing issues, improve yields and reduce costs to enable volume productions for consumer products. There are still many challenges to be solved. Can MicroLED compete with LCD and OLED? …

Quantum dot layers can help in the manufacturing process. Nanosys has demonstrated a photo lithography-patterned cadmium free color conversion layer for MicroLED.”

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Video: Nanosys 2019 Quantum Dots Forum Keynote Address

In case you missed it, we’ve just posted a video of Nanosys CEO Jason Hartlove’s entire keynote Presentation at this year's co-located Quantum Dots Forum & Phosphor Global Summit. His talk covered advancements in next generation quantum dot technology, emerging innovations, and shared opportunities that could benefit the entire opto-electronic industry. Hartlove also showed Nanosys’ first public demonstration of a printed, flexible, heavy metal free emissive Quantum Dot display.

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TVT on CES 2019 TVs: "Go Big Or Go Home"

Joseph Palanchar, writing for TVTechnology, interviews Nanosys VP of Sales and Marketing Russell Kempt on CES 2019 and Quantum Dot display technology’s move to the mainstream market:

“As quantum-dot costs fall, added Kempt of quantum-dot supplier Nanosys, “it is now becoming possible for set makers to waterfall the technology across their product lineups.” As a result, by the end of 2018, “we’re beginning to see quantum-dot technology entering the mainstream market for TVs with several 65-inch TV products available below $1,500.”

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TechCrunch: "QLED is finally available in a glass display with HP Pavilion 27"

Matt Burns, writing for TechCrunch:

HP today announced the Pavilion 27 and it looks spectacular. This is the first display that offers a QLED screen — HP calls it by it’s official name Quantum Dot — that’s on glass instead of film.

Based on Nanosys’ Heavy Metal Free Quantum Dots, the HP Pavilion is the world’s first product with a Quantum Dot on Glass or QDOG™ display for brilliant, lifelike colors. HP says the Pavilion 27 will be available in March and cost $400.

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