Hot Picks of the Week June. 20-24


Highlights this week:

A lawsuit filed by Nichia against Tachibana Eletech and E&E Japan, which companies imported and/or sold Blue LEDs manufactured by a Taiwanese company, Everlight Electronics, the Tokyo District Court found that the importation/sale of those Blue LEDs by E&E and Tachibana constituted infringement of Nichia's patent. However, Everlight refuted that it respects the court’s judgement as JP3972943 expired on July 6, 2014. Therefore, the infringement will not have negative impact on the company’s products.

Samsung to ramp up production of OLED for smartphone displays by approximately 50% in 2016, targeting at Apple’s iPhone supply chain. Meanwhile, Foxconn is to ship OLED panels in 2017. Industry insiders are convinced that OLED will be used in iPhone displays as early as 2017. Though the assembler of iPhone have not confirm whether Apple will adopt the new material next year.



Editor Recommendations

  1. GE Current CEO Talks about Large Scale Commercial Lighting

  2. Samsung Ramps up Production as It Eyes Apple OLED Supplier Spot

  3. Did San’an Opto and HC Semitek Raise LED Chip Prices Too?

  4. Foxconn to Push Sharp’s OLED Panels Business Forward

  5. TYC Brother Industrial Aims to Grab Larger Shares in ASEAN Automotive Market

  6. Nichia Wins Suit against Tachibana Electech and E&E for Selling Patent Infringed Everlight LEDs in Japan

  7. Legrand Joins Cisco Digital Ceiling Framework, Deploys PoE LED Lighting for Launch Fishers

  8. Monocrystal Signs Partnership with Russian State Corporation Bank

  9. Brightek Showcases All Series Automotive LED Lighting Products in Shanghai


What’s trending

  1. Dow Corning Showcases Material Innovations at GILE 2016

  2. Lite-On's Intelligent Energy Saving Product Portflio Wows Visitors at Int’l LED Lighting Exposition 2016



Industry News

  1. Industry Leaders Back Epistar’s Production Reduction

  2. Monocrystal Signs Partnership with Russian State Corporation Bank

  3. EarthTronics Appionts Diane M. Pena as Regional Sales Manager

  4. PointGrab Joins Cisco Digital Ceiling Initiative for Smarter Buildings

  5. Elemental LED Selects Focus Electrical Sales as Canadian Distributor

  6. Universal Display Corporation Acquires Adesis for Next-Gen Material Insight

  7. Newmark Holdings Retrofits 24 NYC Commercial Properties With Independence LED Lighting

  8. PepsiCo Partners Local Organizations to Install Solar Lights across Pakistan

  9. OEKO Institut Backs Renewal of RoHS Exemption of Cadmium Selenide-Based QD Usage in Displays

  10. Waterloo Politicians Vetoes Smart LED Streetlights

  11. Monocrystal Signs Partnership with Russian State Corporation Bank

  12. USTDA Injects US $425,000 to JPS Smart LED Streetlight Project

  13. Rocky Mount City to Switch 7K Streetlights to LEDs

  14. LED Technology Monitors Construction Site Safety in Indonesia

  15. Revolution Lighting Technologies Receives US $4M for Recent Multi-Family Development Projects

New Products

  1. Cree Expands LED Portfolio for Horticulture Lighting

  2. Amerlux's Unveils New LED Light for Hospitality and Retail Illumination

  3. SEL Demonstrates LCD and OLED Hybrid Smartphone Screen

  4. Samsung Launches New Line-up of CSP LED Components for Automotive Lighting

  5. EVERLIGHT Introduces New Ambient Light and Proximity Sensors for Advanced Smartphone and Laptop Applications

  6. Osram Releases New Horticulture LED Series for Commercial Growing Applications

  7. Mercedes' New E-Class Makes Debut with Multibeam LED Headlamps from HELLA

  8. GlacialPower Adds IP67 Rated 60Watt LED Drivers to Product Portfolio

  9. Ushio America Adds Ubiquity LED T8 Direct Wire Lamps to Product Potfolio

  10. Osram Presents New XBO Lamps for Digital Cinema Projectors

  11. OnChip Provides Semiconductor Wafer Backside Metallization

  12. Eaton to Showcase Energy-Saving Residential Solutions at the 2016 PCBC Show

  13. Philips LED Horticultural Lighting and Software Allows Growers to Change Light Recipes to Suit Different Crops

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