Poland-based The Ergis Group is a leader in plastics processing that is active in many markets, such as food packaging, medical and protective films, industrial films, automotive films and decorative films.
Germany-based Oreltech is an early stage company that commercializes a unique printed electronics technology based on novel conductive ink and production process.
The company's ink and processes are suitable for the deposition of OLED electrodes for flexible devices.
China-based Viewtrix (also called Yunyinggu) was established in 2015 as a display technology provider. The company developed driver ICs for OLED and OLED microdisplays.
Established in 1997, Taiwan-based Novatek Microelectronics Corp. is a fabless chip design company that provides a wide range of display driver ICs and SoC solutions.
Novatek develops drivers for both small-sized and large-area displays - LCD and AMOLED displays.
US-based Amorphyx develops amorphous-metals based display backplanes, which can be used to drive displays using quantum-tunneling. The company says that such backplanes will enable extremely fast conductivity and thus "unlimited" refresh rates.
Amorphyx's AMNR-based backplane are compatible with LCDs, OLEDs and e-paper displays.
China-based GigaDisplay Semiconductor develops display driver ICs, offering drivers for both mobile AMOLED panels and OLED microdisplays.
In February 2018 GigaDisplay demonstrated its microdisplay drivers and plans to achieve mass production by the end of 2018.
Texas Instruments (TI) is one of the world's leading semiconductor companies, specializing in analog and embedded processing products.
TI offers several power supply bias chips to drive AMOLED displays.
Raydium Semiconductor Corporation, established in 2003 in Taiwan, develops display and touch panel ICs. The company's product line includes source drivers, gate drivers, mobile phone ICs and A/V applications. integrated driver IC for mobile phone, AV applications, General Display.
Raydium develops drivers for both LCD and AMOLED displays.