LED Phosphors

Seoul Semiconductor and Seoul Viosys File Patent Infringement Lawsuit in Texas Against Fry’s Electronics

The South Korean company, Seoul Semiconductor, announced that together with its affiliate, Seoul Viosys Co., Ltd. (collectively “Seoul”) it has filed a patent infringement lawsuit in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas against Fry’s Electronics, a retail company of consumer electronics. The patent litigation relates …

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Seoul Resolves Patent Lawsuit Against Kmart

Seoul Semiconductor Co., Ltd. and Seoul Viosys Co., Ltd. reported that they resolved patent litigation that the company filed against Kmart Corporation on behalf of Seoul and The Regents of the University of California. Seoul filed the patent case in U.S. Federal District Court. The case asserted infringement of eight …

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UDC Acquires BASF OLED Patents

Universal Display Corporation of Ewing, New Jersey USA, reported that its wholly-owned subsidiary UDC Ireland Limited has acquired the OLED intellectual property (IP) assets of BASF SE a leading chemical company. According to UDC, the assets include over 500 issued and pending patents around the world, in 86 patent families. …

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Nichia Files EU Patent Lawsuit Over Patents Set to Expire in Month and a Half

Back on May 27, 2016, Nichia Corporation (“Nichia”) filed a patent infringement lawsuit in the London High Court (Patents Court) against B & Q PLC (“B&Q”), a UK-based DIY company. The lawsuit alleges that the B&Q infringed three European Patents, Nos. 0936682, PT2197053, and PT2276080 relating to the technology of LEDs using …

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Nichia Files Additional Patent Lawsuits

Just one day after announcing a patent lawsuit against U.S. LCD TV maker, Vizio in Texas (Ref: article), Nichia reported the filing of additional patent lawsuits, one of which is also against Vizio. Nichia said it filed a second patent infringement lawsuit against Vizio in the United States District Court …

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Osram Opto Semiconductors Debuts New Quantum Conversion Technology for Backlighting of LED Displays

Osram Opto contends that its new Quantum Colors conversion technology offers much better coverage of the color space and significant cost savings compared with conventional quantum dot sheets. Additionally the quantum conversion technology does not use cadmium. For many years, leading manufacturers of televisions have been demanding an ever broader …

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GE Claims Perfect Reds Now Attainable in LED Backlit Displays with its TriGain™ Technology

GE plans to manufacture TriGain™, the company’s family of enhanced potassium fluorosilicate (PFS) phosphors for use in LED-based display backlight applications. According to GE, the TriGain family of phosphors provides improved narrow red band performance for sharper and cleaner reds and richer picture quality. GE Lighting is now offering samples …

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