BOE Technology Group Co Ltd

BOE Technology Group Co Ltd

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2022
20 Apr 2022

E Ink Joins Forces with Six Module Partners to Promote Color ePaper

E Ink announced they are working with six ePaper module partners, including BOE Technology Group, DKE Co., Ltd., Jiangxi Xing Tai Technology Co., Ltd., Innolux Corporation, Qingyue Technology, and Yes Optoelectronics Co., Ltd. to promote E Ink Gallery Palette and E Ink Gallery Plus color ePaper products.
2021
12 Apr 2021

Micro-LED Displays 2021-2031: Technology, Commercialization, Opportunity, Market and Players

IDTechEx Report: Dr Xiaoxi He
2020
23 Jan 2020

BOE

BOE reported some work on photopatterning QD colour filters (CFs).
2019
1 Oct 2019

Flexible, Printed OLED Displays 2020-2030: Forecasts, Markets, Technologies

IDTechEx Report: Raghu Das and Dr Xiaoxi He
2018
10 Jan 2018

Kopin high-brightness breakthrough for lightning OLED micro displays

Kopin Corporation will demonstrate its high-brightness Lightning™ organic light emitting diodes (OLED) microdisplays including its new 720p resolution (1280 x 720) OLED display.
2017
3 Nov 2017

China's first Gen6 flexible AMOLED production line

China's first Gen6 flexible AMOLED line - BOE Chengdu Gen6 flexible AMOLED production line has put into mass production in advance.
2014
1 Oct 2014

BOE

BOE started in 1993 as Beijing Orient Electronics Group Co, manufacturing electron tubes. BOE is now the biggest LCD panel manufacturer in China, ahead of 5 other manufacturers. They have LCD fabs in Beijing, Hefei, Ordos, Chengdu and He Bei. Since 2011, BOE has invested in building AMOLED production capacity. This profile is about their effort in AMOLED displays.
21 Aug 2014

Metal Oxide TFT Backplanes for Displays 2014-2024: Technologies, Forecasts, Players

IDTechEx Report: Raghu Das
1 Jul 2014

Flexible backplane technologies for OLED displays

Flexible OLED displays have been in the making for the past several years. We have already witnessed many prototypes but the technology challenges have persisted and prevented full scale commercialisation. The technology challenges are now nearly solved and all the pieces of the puzzle are coming together. Already, we have seen mass manufactured mobiles phones on plastic substrates as well as examples of commercial curved (not yet fully flexible) displays.