In February 2022 we reported that Samsung Display launched a new platform for OLED material simulation, called Sync-OLED, which is used to evaluation OLED material characteristics before they are synthesized, to help speed up R&D projects.
According to a new report from Korea, the new software platform have started operating, and is already in use by three companies. Sync-OLED, developed by Samsung and the KISTI institute, runs on a supercomputer called Nurion located at the KISTI Super Computing Application Centre. Samsung offers access to the software to small and medium OLED material research companies. Samsung's partners have access to the software at no cost.