Posts tagged 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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Digital Trends: HP's 65" Gaming Monitor with Quantum Dots is a "Visual Feast"

Luke Larsen, writing for Digital Trends on HP’s Omen X Big Format Gaming Monitor. The display, which was a collaboration with NVIDIA, features Quantum Dot technology for blazing speed, color and brightness.

“The HP Omen X Emperium 65 isn’t just a concept. The display goes on sale in February. Acer and Asus have similar 65-inch BFGDs of their own, though the Omen is the first you’ll be able to buy… You can thank the quantum dot technology used in the LCD for those amazing colors. It’s a visual feast all around.”

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Quantum Dot coming to LCD’s rescue

Analyst Sweta Dash, writing for DisplayDaily on next generation TV trends, highlights Quantum Dot technology’s potential to disrupt and enhance several different display technology architectures.

Quantum Dot (QD) display technology has the potential to be a disruptive force to enable next generation LCD, MicroLED and OLED… With massive larger size LCD capacity coming, quantum dot can come to the rescue by providing ultra high brightness, super wide color gamut and differentiating product to boost TV replacement demand.

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AVS Forum: Nanosys Quantum Dots at Display Week 2018

Scott Wilkinson writing on AVS Forum giving an update on Nanosys Quantum Dot technology after visiting the Nanosys booth at SID DIsplay Week 2018.

"Nanosys is at the forefront of QD development, as the company clearly demonstrated at the Display Week 2018 conference this week... Quantum dots hold great promise for the future of flat-panel TVs and even microLED displays, and I look forward to bringing you all the latest QD news as I learn it."

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Nanosys to Present Quantum Dot Technology Update at 2018 International Conference on Display Technology

Nanosys, will showcase the company’s latest advances in its Quantum Dot technologies and materials at the 2018 International Conference on Display Technology (ICDT), being held from April 9-12, 2018 in Guangzhou, China.

Nanosys General Manager of Applications Engineering, Dr. ZhongSheng Luo, will lead a Seminar focused on Quantum Dot display technologies on Monday, April 9 from 14:00 to 16:00 in Room 3. His presentation, titled “Quantum Dots: Perfecting Display Colors,” will provide update on the current and developing state of operation principles, unique properties, potential applications, and future R&D trends for Quantum Dot displays.

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IEEE Spectrum: Your Guide to Television’s Quantum-Dot Future

The latest issue of IEEE Spectrum features an in-depth article, co-authored by Nanosys, on the exciting roadmap for Quantum Dot technology in displays. From enhancing LCDs to microLED integration to low cost, printed and flexible Quantum Dot displays, it's all here:

The future of the television set was supposed to be simple. At some point in the near future, LCDs were supposed to become obsolete and give way to bright, sharp, and incredibly thin OLED displays. It turns out that the near future of TVs isn’t going to be so simple—but it sure is going to be bright.

The reason? Quantum dots.

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Touch Display Research: Quantum Dot Market Will Reach $16.6 Billion by 2028

The Quantum Dot market will reach $16.6 Billion by 2028 according to a new report by Dr. Jennifer Colegrove of Touch Display Research:

“The quantum dot industry changed dramatically in 2017. Samsung/Harman is expanding QLED to automotive application. Apple just entered quantum dot market. We forecast quantum dot industry will have rapid growth in the next several years.”

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AVS Forum: Nanosys and DIC Announce Inkjet-Printed Quantum-Dot Process

Scott Wilkinson of AVSForum posted a great write-up this week on the news about Nanosys and DIC's breakthrough for inkjet-printed Quantum Dot color conversion devices:

"Color-filter replacement (CFR), also known as color conversion, offers many benefits. Among them is greater power efficiency, which translates to as much as 300% higher brightness. Other benefits include a wider color gamut and 180-degree viewing angle.

Inkjet-printed quantum dots will also hasten the development of electro-emissive QD displays, in which quantum-dot subpixels emit light directly under electrical stimulation—no backlight needed. This is still a few years away from commercialization, but the Nanosys/DIC announcement paves the way for this exciting development."

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Printed Quantum Dot display breakthrough makes tomorrow’s low cost, ultra-thin, and flexible displays possible

Milpitas, Calif., and Tokyo, Japan, December 5, 2017 – Nanosys and DIC today announced a breakthrough in inkjet-printed Quantum Dot color conversion devices for LCD and emissive displays, paving the way to the $12.6 billion anticipated market for low cost, ultra-thin and flexible displays.[1] Inkjet printing of Quantum Dot color conversion layers has the potential to dramatically improve the incumbent LCD technology, as well as accelerate the development of emerging emissive display technologies such as microLEDs.

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Nanosys on Comcast Bay Area's Advanced Broadcast Tech Show

Jeff Yurek, Nanosys Director of Marketing, recently joined Comcast Bay Area's Advanced Broadcast Technology show to give a talk on Quantum Dots and metrology for wide color gamut displays. Why does Wide Color Gamut matter? Jeff analyses a mechanism of Color and the Human Visual System and talks about measuring color for displays. 

The whole episode is now available on YouTube in case you missed it.

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IEEE Spectrum: Printing Quantum Dot Displays to be as Cheap as Printing a T-Shirt

Nanosys executives caught up with IEEE Spectrum during the Economist's Future Materials Summit earlier this month for a conversation on the future of printed Quantum Dot displays:

“If we can get the cost of making a display down to $100 per square meter, which is basically the same cost as printing a high-reolution poster or printing a T-shirt, then displays could be everywhere,” said Russell Kempt, vice president of sales and marketing at Nanosys. “That’s our vision and we believe that the quantum dot material is the only material that has the opportunity to achieve this.”

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Innovation accelerates as Quantum Dots seek to take over large displays – An interview with Nanosys

According to Yole's analysis adoption of Quantum Dot technology in displays is expected to increase "dramatically to more than 75 million units within the next 5 years"

Yole analysts recently spoke with Russell Kempt, Vice President of Worldwide Sales & Marketing at Nanosys, the leading independent supplier of quantum dots, on new developments and future prospects at Nanosys as well as global industry trends.

Check out the full interview along with Yole's analysis at Yole's i-micronews site

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Yole Développement: Quantum Dot Displays Set to Lead Wide Colour Gamut TV Market

According to Yole Développement, Quantum Dot TVs are set to dominate and lead the wide color gamut TV market. Driven by the availability of high volume QD production from Nanosys and it's extended supply chain, TV makers can rapidly adopt the benefits of Quantum Dots

"With the rapidly improving performance and decreasing cost of quantum dots, enhanced LCD displays will be able to take advantage of an upcoming window of limited production for organic LED (OLED) displays – the other main contender capable of delivering wide colour gamut and high dynamic range – and become widely adopted in mid-high range television displays, thus capturing the majority of the wide colour gamut TV market.

OLEDs require the building of entire new production facilities to incorporate into televisions, creating high cost and technology barriers that make it challenging for companies to enter OLED television panel production."

"With the rapidly improving performance and decreasing cost of quantum dots, enhanced LCD displays will be able to take advantage of an upcoming window of limited production for organic LED (OLED) displays – the other main contender capable of delivering wide colour gamut and high dynamic range – and become widely adopted in mid-high range television displays, thus capturing the majority of the wide colour gamut TV market.

OLEDs require the building of entire new production facilities to incorporate into televisions, creating high cost and technology barriers that make it challenging for companies to enter OLED television panel production."

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