Kyulux, Inc., a maker and developer of OLED technology, reports that since January 2018, the company has been working with LG Display, on the joint development of blue TADF and Hyperfluorescence™ emitters with LG Display Co., Ltd. TADF emitters are said to be lower cost and do not use heavy metals, unlike current red and green phosphorescent emitters. Hyperfluorescence couples TADF with first generation fluorescence.
In addition to LG Display, Kyulux has now begun a Joint Development Agreement (JDA) with Samsung Display Corporation targeting the development of Deep Blue OLEDs. So, both of giant OLED display panel makers, LG Display and Samsung Display have now selected Kyulux as a blue TADF and Hyperfluorescence™ joint development partner.
Kyulux Developed Promising Blue TADF Materials
As reported in July, the company has successfully developed some promising blue materials and now intends to accelerate Blue TADF and Hyperfluorescence™ development through collaboration with the leading OLED display panel companies.
“I’m really excited about the JDAs with LG Display and Samsung Display. It means a lot that the global dominant OLED display players chose us as a TADF and Hyperfluorescence™ developer. I feel confident that Kyulux can provide the world’s 1st commercially viable Hyperfluorescence™ not only Blue but also Red and Green for AMOLED in mid-2019,” Junji Adachi, CEO of Kyulux, said.
The companies have not disclosed the details and terms of the joint development agreements.