Posts tagged Sweta Dash
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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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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DashInsights: "QD technology will take the lead"

Veteran display industry Sweta Dash of Dash Insights shared her thoughts on trends among emerging display technologies at a recent SID Northwest meeting. If you are not familiar with Ms. Dash's work, she was instrumental in establishing IHS display research business. She's now struck out on her own and it's great to hear her take on Quantum Dots:

...to Dash its really QD technology that will take the lead here, with it's potential to deliver an "emotional experience" to the consumer that will increase demand and drive the next generation of TVs forward (not OLED...) With the subsequent generations of QD applications, (including integration into the LED itself) the LCD can morph again and again, creating that elusive moving target and making it difficult for OLED to keep up, let alone dominate, in the king of display markets known as the living room TV.

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