Universal Display Corporation (UDC)

Universal Display (UDC) logoUniversal Display (UDC) is an OLED research company, and one of the field's pioneers. UDC is involved in OLED IP, and holds many patent related to the commercialization of phosphorescent based OLEDs and also flexible, transparent and stacked OLEDs - for both display and lighting applications. The company offers both emitting and host materials.

UDC licenses its OLED production IP, and also sells OLED chemicals. UDC lists Samsung, LG, Pioneer, Panasonic Idemitsu OLED lighting and Konica Minolta as its licensees. UDC is working with many other companies, including Sony, DuPont and Novaled. Back in 2009 UDC claimed that "virtually All AMOLEDs on the market use our technology".

Solas OLED

Solas OLED logoSolas is a leading owner and licensor of technology focused on the OLED market. From the smallest OLED watch to the largest OLED TV, Solas’ intellectual property is fundamental to the design, circuitry and manufacturing of OLED displays, now and many years into the future.

Solas has assembled one of the most comprehensive OLED portfolios in the world, providing new entrants to the OLED market the freedom to operate and gives existing companies the ability to defend their market positions.

INT Tech

INT Tech logoINT Tech, established in 2016 in Taiwan, developed advanced technologies for the display industry. INT Tech is a public company that went public in Taiwan at the end of 2018.

INT is developing an ultra-high pixel density OLED display (UHPD) and truly-flexible sensor (SPIC) technologies.

Semiconductor Energy Laboratory

Semiconductor Energy Laboratory logoJapan-based Semiconductor Energy Laboratory (SEL) is an R&D IP company founded in 1980. SEL perform R&D in several areas, including transistors and semiconductor devices, materials and devices for OLEDs, LCDs and batteries, display devices and more.

StoreDot

StoreDot logoStoreDot, based in Israel, was established in 2011 to develop and commercialize new peptide-based technology originally discovered in Tel Aviv University. The technology enabled the synthesis of quantum dots based on bio-materials for a variety of application - including what the company branded as Bio-LEDs.

IGNIS Innovation

IGNIS Innovation, established in Canada in 2000, specializes in providing technologies in the areas of pixel circuits and driver packages for AMOLED displays.

IGNIS focuses on developing AMOLED backplane solutions using industry standard amorphous silicon (with compensation) polysilicon or other TFT technologies. They also develop specialized driver electronics and related OLED IP. Towards the end of 2013, Ignis started shipping 55” AMOLED MaxLife prototype samples to potential clients. Ignis is developing AMOLED panels based on LTPS backplanes in collaboration with China's CSoT.