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Frost & Sullivan Recognizes IGNIS Innovation for its Pioneering AMOLED Display Technology

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Frost & Sullivan Recognizes IGNIS Innovation for its Pioneering AMOLED Display Technology PR Newswire MOUNTAIN VIEW, California, June 7, 2012 - The AdMo™ technology addresses the AMOLED display industry's requirements and resolves major challenges MOUNTAIN VIEW, California, June 7, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Based on its recent analysis of the AMOLED (Active Matrix Organic Light Emitting Diode) display market, Frost & Sullivan recognizes IGNIS Innovation with the 2012 Global Frost & Sullivan Technology Innovation Award for AdMo™, its technology that offers superior quality and low cost of production for AMOLED displays. With this technology, AMOLED display companies can compete against the LCD displays in terms of higher volume and superior display quality. The two major parts of an AMOLED display—the backplane, a thin film transistor (TFT) circuit forming the active matrix on the display, and the front plane, the OLED structure in the display—require two entirely different manufacturing processes and equipment. Further, the backplane manufacturing is highly capital-intensive and technically challenging. As a result, large AMOLED display panels cost twice as much as competing technologies, such as LCDs and plasma display panels. Further, the materials available to manufacture OLEDs, as well as the backplanes, are not yet uniform and stable, which poses a challenge for the AMOLED in reaching economies of scale.
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Frost & Sullivan Recognizes IGNIS Innovation
for its Pioneering AMOLED Display Technology
PR Newswire
MOUNTAIN VIEW, California, June 7, 2012
- The AdMo™ technology addresses the AMOLED display industry's
requirements and resolves major challenges
MOUNTAIN VIEW, California
,
June 7, 2012
/PRNewswire/ -- Based on its recent
analysis of the AMOLED (Active Matrix Organic Light Emitting Diode) display
market, Frost & Sullivan recognizes IGNIS Innovation with the 2012 Global Frost
& Sullivan Technology Innovation Award for AdMo™, its technology that offers
superior quality and low cost of production for AMOLED displays. With this
technology, AMOLED display companies can compete against the LCD displays
in terms of higher volume and superior display quality.
The two major parts of an AMOLED display—the backplane, a thin film
transistor (TFT) circuit forming the active matrix on the display, and the front
plane, the OLED structure in the display—require two entirely different
manufacturing processes and equipment. Further, the backplane
manufacturing is highly capital-intensive and technically challenging. As a
result, large AMOLED display panels cost twice as much as competing
technologies, such as LCDs and plasma display panels. Further, the materials
available to manufacture OLEDs, as well as the backplanes, are not yet uniform
and stable, which poses a challenge for the AMOLED in reaching economies of
scale. Thus, Companies focusing on delivering technologies that aim to offer
higher value to display manufacturers are in a strong position to achieve a
dominant share of the global AMOLED display market.
"IGNIS Innovation stands out in the global AMOLED display technology market
for its ability to deliver world-class, low-power consumption display technologies
that offer exceptionally smooth and perfect images," said Frost & Sullivan
Research Analyst Nupur Sinha. "Its AdMo™ technology compensates for any
non-uniformity and instability in the backplane of an AMOLED display and has
immense value for customers that produce AMOLED displays because it
addresses all the major drawbacks in traditional AMOLED display
manufacturing."
For instance, IGNIS Innovation's technology has solved the stability issue with
AMOLED display which uses an amorphous silicon (a-Si) backplane. Leveraging
AdMo™ technology, the AMOLED display product has higher image quality and
lower power consumption. An important product for AdMo™ is the 3.47-inch,
320×480 pixel AMOLED display manufactured by RiTDisplay Corporation. This
display is ideal for mobile phones and other devices that require lower power
consumption and bright images offered by AMOLED displays.
In enabling the use of existing a-Si technology for backplane line and enabling
high-quality features and functionalities, AdMo™ guarantees the best price
performance in the industry. Further, the AMOLED displays employing AdMo™
incorporate the use of IGNIS Innovation's all-in-one driver chip meant for a-Si
AMOLEDs. This driver offers unique benefits and is a pioneering product in the
AMOLED display market.