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Nic Rossmüller : October 31th 2006 - 22:00 CET

Konica Minolta OLED display development

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Konica-MinoltaKonica Minolta OLED display development : Konica Minolta Technology Center, Inc., a Konica Minolta Group's research and development company and Universal Display Corporation, the company that's lighting the way in developing and commercializing OLED technology for flat panel displays, lighting, electronic communications and other opto-electronics, announced the strengthening of their collaboration to incorporate Universal Display's proprietary PHOLED phosphorescent OLED technology into Konica Minolta's white OLED devices. On June 30, 2006, Konica Minolta announced that it had successfully developed a white OLED with a power efficiency of 64 lumens per watt, which is four times the efficiency of standard incandescent bulbs.
Konica Minolta OLED display developmentUniversal Display PHOLED technology
Universal Display's red and green PHOLED technology and materials have been used in conjunction with Konica Minolta's proprietary OLED technologies, for this development, such as its own blue phosphorescent materials and multi-layer design technologies. Konica Minolta is currently accelerating its efforts to enable commercial manufacturing of white OLED devices for backlights in displays and for other lighting applications. These OLED devices are anticipated to use all phosphorescent materials.

Universal Display PHOLED technology - Performance
Universal Display's proprietary PHOLED technology offers up to four times higher efficiency than conventional OLED technology - a feature that is very important for displays that range from battery-operated cell phones to large-area TVs, as well as for a variety of new white lighting products envisioned with the development of OLED technology. Over the past few years, Universal Display has announced a series of record-breaking performance milestones for its red, green and blue PHOLED systems. Universal Display's PHOLED materials, manufactured by PPG Industries exclusively for Universal Display, are currently being evaluated and used in commercial production by a number of electronics manufacturers.

Konica Minolta OLED display - Blue phosphorescent materials
Konica Minolta's business spans a wide range of imaging fields from input to output. With a view to up-coming ubiquitous society, Konica Minolta is aggressively developing such display materials and components as for OLEDs. Recently, Konica Minolta successfully developed its own highly efficient and long life blue phosphorescent materials based on its long experience in molecule design and precise synthesis technologies, which has been cultivated by development of silver-halide photosensitive materials and dyes. Incorporating the blue phosphorescent materials, Konica Minolta developed a white OLED device having a unique organic layer structure with superb efficiency and low driving voltage by applying thin functional multi-layer design technology to control inter- and intra-layer interaction precisely. This multi-layer technology has also been nurtured by development of photosensitive materials. Furthermore, original light out-coupling technology for OLEDs has been realized by Konica Minolta's cutting-edge optical design technology acquired through development of cameras.

Konica Minolta and Universal display OLED development
"We are pleased with the successful collaboration with Universal Display in the development of white OLEDs. And we wish to further strengthen and continue our partnership with Universal Display in order to achieve our ultimate business goal," stated Masatoshi Matsuzaki, President of Konica Minolta Technology Center. "Our collaboration with Konica Minolta, one of the world's leading innovators in the imaging arena, has been very fruitful," stated Steven V. Abramson, President and Chief Operating Officer of Universal Display. "We look forward to continuing to support Konica Minolta with state-of-the-art technology and materials as they approach the commercial introduction of white OLED products."

About Konica Minolta
As the Konica Minolta Group's research and development center, Konica Minolta Technology Center, Inc. supports the product development of the whole Group. With a view to the up-coming ubiquitous networking society, Konica Minolta is actively pursuing new technologies in the field of imaging that will lead to the creation of future businesses on the basis of its core technologies - materials, optical, nano-fabrication and imaging. Phosphorescent materials and technologies for OLED devices are notable development underway with potential for use in various applications. Konica Minolta's core technologies are being applied in the development of many other future display components and ubiquitous imaging equipment.

About Universal Display
Universal Display Corporation is a world leader in developing and commercializing innovative OLED technologies and materials for use in the electronic flat panel display, lighting, electronic communications, and other opto-electronic markets. Universal Display is working with a network of world-class companies and other organizations, including Princeton University, the University of Southern California, the University of Michigan and PPG Industries. Universal Display is located in the Princeton Crossroads Corporate Center in Ewing, New Jersey, minutes away from its research partner at Princeton University. Universal Display's state-of-the-art facility is designed to further technology and materials development, technology transfer to manufacturing partners and work with customers to develop products to meet their needs for OLED products.

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