OLED display producers

Lightning Silicon Technology

Lightning Silicon Technology was established in early 2023 as a semi-spin-off from Kopin, to develop and supply advanced OLED microdisplays to consumer AR and VR markets. The company licensed Kopin's technology. Kopin holds 20% in Lightning Silicon.

Lightning Silicon is a fabless company and has an agreement with China-based Lakeside Optoelectronics.

SOAR Corporation

SOAR logoSOAR Corporation was spun-off from Pioneer Corporation in April 2022 and handle's Pioneer's PMOLED production business.

SOAR produces a range of PMOLED displays, focusing on wearables, audio systems, communication equipment, home appliances and automotive applications (car audio systems and HVAC). The company also offers custom transparent and flexible displays.


KT&T was established in 2020 as a spin-off from INT Tech, to commercialize its OLED microdisplay technology, following INT Tech's $143 million OLED fab in the city of Taizhou in Zhejiang province, China.

In 2022, KT&T introduced its first microdisplays, based on its own UNEEDXR technology that enables ultra-high pixel densities on either TFT or silicon backplanes. The company's technology is based on RGB structure, without color filters, to achieve high brightness (up to 12,000 nits) and low power consumption.

Following several rounds of investments, KT&T became an independent company, and INT Tech is still a major shareholder.



BCDTEK logoBCDTEK (also known as Shenzhen Xinshijia Semiconductor Technology) develops OLED ICs and OLED microdisplays.

IN 2022, BCDTEK announced it is building a $970 million 12-inch OLED microdisplay fab.

Nanjing Guozhao Optoelectronics Technologies

Guozhao logoNanjing Guozhao Optoelectronics Technologies (NJ Guozhao), based in Nanjing, China, was established as spin-off from the China Electronic Technology Group Corporation (CETC), to produce OLED microdisplays.

NJ Guozhao is already offering its first display, a 0.39" XGA panel, produced at its $39 million OLED production line.

Kunshan Mengxian

Kunshan Mengxian Electric (also known as Qingyue Optical) was established in 2020 in China with plans to produce OLED microdisplays. The company is owned by Qingyue, a PMOLED producer that was spun-off in 2021 from OLED maker Visionox.

In 2020, Kunshan Mengxian announced its plans for a $55 million OLED microdisplay line, in Kunshan, Jiangsu province. The company is looking to produce direct-emission RGB OLED microdisplays.


Sidtek logoChina-based Semiconductor Integrated Display Technology, or SidTek, is an OLED microdisplay developer established in 2016.

In 2020 the company started to produce its first display, a 0.39" 1024x768 OLED microdisplay.