Samsung Claims Significant Development in LED Technology

It is revealed earlier today by Korean tech giant Samsung that its engineers working with advanced LED technologies has made some remarkable progress, enabling the company to manufacture super- large advanced display panels on ordinary glass, such as window panes. The company also hinted that the coming few years would double window pane as lighting and display screens.

According to the Korea Herald, the Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology has effectively fabricated almost “single crystalline Gallium Nitride on amorphous glass substrates,” a landmark that will allow Korean company to produce large-sized LED display, using glass substrates.

It will be extremely useful for the LED industry to use glass substrates instead of sapphire substrates to produce mega-sized products so as to reduce the cost of production.

One of the researchers who is also part of the project at Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology says, “In ten years, window panes will double as lighting and display screens, giving personality to buildings.”

The company further explains that the current LED products available in the market are 2-inch in size, while the products produced from new technology will allow us to produce products 400 times larger than the existing LED products.

The new technology will certainly lead Samsung to produce larger sports screens, displays and advertising boards. The inclusion of this technology in Samsung’s camp may likely help it to introduce a new era of how companies advertise and offer video screens to customers.

It is also told that the new technology will take up to a decade before it would become available for commercial production.

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