Lextar Eliminates General Lighting and Target New Applications including Mini LED and VCSEL

Vertically integrated LED company Lextar announced a revenue of NT$ 715 million (US$ 23.2 million) for December 2018 with a decrease of 13% MoM and 17% YoY. The company’s revenue of 2018 was NT$ 11 billion (US$ 357 million) with an on-year decrease of 8.2%.

Lextar has drastically reduced its general lighting business in 2018 and focused on new opto-semiconductor technology development with the aim to boost its profit. The company has targeted four fields including displays, professional lighting, automotive applications and sensing technologies.

Mini LED is one of the main focuses of Lextar. The company has shipped its Mini LED backlight products for high-end notebooks and gaming monitors while continues the development of new applications.

As for sensing technologies, Lextar has launched a series of VCSEL products for 3D sensing applications in November. The company also reported that its sensing components have been adopted by the clients of mobile and wearable devices.

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