CYNORA presents the status of the blue TADF technology for displays at the OLEDs World Summit 2018
CYNORA, a leader in TADF (thermally activated delayed fluorescence) materials for next-generation OLEDs, presents the latest TADF technology updates and new achievements in deep-blue materials at the OLEDs World Summit in San Francisco, on September 18 – 20, 2018.
OLEDs are on the way to dominate the display market for TV and mobile applications. But a high-efficiency deep-blue emitter for display is mandatory to reach the full potential of the OLED technology. Current state-of-the-art materials and technologies have been unable to bring such a deep-blue material for many years. CYNORA is leading the development of a new technology: TADF. CYNORA is the first company to demonstrate high-efficiency deep-blue materials for OLED display, which can solve the current blue problem.
The innovative TADF technology can be used in several approaches, either in a self-emitting approach or in several co-emitting approaches, such as hyper-fluorescence among others. Andreas Haldi will present these approaches in his talk at the OLEDs World Summit.
“OLED displays request a specific deep-blue material”, says Thomas Baumann, CYNORA’s CSO, “This deep blue is much more challenging than any other color such as sky-blue, green or red. CYNORA is addressing all TADF approaches for deep blue: self-emitting as well as co-emitting.”
“Our strategy is to start with the most challenging material for OLED displays: deep blue. Then we will use our blue know-how to develop the less challenging highly efficient green and red materials rapidly”, says Andreas Haldi, CYNORA’s CMO.
Andreas Haldi will present the newest deep-blue TADF development for displays at the OLEDs World Summit on Wednesday, September 19, 2018.
CYNORA is an emerging materials leader in the global information display industry. The company has pioneered a unique technology to produce ultra-high-efficiency emitter systems required for next-generation Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) displays. Known as Thermally Activated Delayed Fluorescence (TADF), the technology promises to reduce power consumption by as much as 50 percent. Founded in 2008 and headquartered in Bruchsal, Germany, CYNORA is privately held and supported by a syndicate of global investors. www.cynora.com
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