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    stocks4retirement
    Another all time high, right on schedule.......It was not a surprised that all the iPhones would have OLED displays, and it is not a big surprise that OLED is now headed to 300.00
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    joe
    Samsung Display, the largest OLED shipment in the fourth quarter

    120 million units... 80% market scale

    ...Samsung Display is expected to record its record-high shipments in 4Q because the proportion of smartphone makers' adoption has increased. Apple installed OLED on all four models of the iPhone 12 series last month. It turned from LCD (liquid crystal display) to OLED after 3 years of introducing OLED for the first time in'iPhone X'in 2017. Samsung Display supplies 5.4 inches, 6.1 inches and 6.7 inches to the iPhone 12 series.

    Samsung Display OLED adoption by Chinese smartphone makers has also increased. Vivo, a Chinese smartphone manufacturer, introduced the X30 series, which was released in two models last year, in three models this year, X30, X30 Pro, and X30 Pro Plus, and all of them are equipped with OLED.

    https://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=ko&u=http://biz.heraldcorp.com/view.php%3Fud%3D20201127000388%26cpv%3D1&prev=search&pto=aue
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    ShawnG
    Purchased my first OLED tv today from Best Buy. They have a Vizio 55" on sale $400 off for an $899 price tag. As OLED TV start regularly breaching < $1000, the riches will show even more in the stock price. Those that stayed steady this difficult year are going to be rewarded. Congrats to longs!!
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    Hubert
    OLED setting record highs! Woohoo!
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    Anonymous
    Can someone please tell me why on a down day we have continued on this upward path, with no news and low volume? Please do not misunderstand me. I am happy that it is going up and up and have owned since $25.50 per share in 2014, although not nearly as many shares as I would like. I just would like to understand it.

    HS
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    eric
    Everyone please report the un-oled related posts as spam. I am tired of them and not sure if it helps if only I report them. I myself am a long from dollar cost average 30 per share, with wife telling me to sell half at $205 but I held all due to volatility and future prospects. It still represents 20% of my ira, but think it can grow.
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    BigMike
    One has to consider the long term prospects of EV automotive applications... OLED Technology takes a fraction of the energy to display...All EV will have OLED screens eventually!!!
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    Anonymous
    on this week of Thanksgiving in the US I would like to thank management for being one of the brighter performers in my portfolio.
    this stock is a pleasure to own.
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    Anonymous
    OLED is the only screen worth using nowadays. Can you imagine AAPL trying to sell a $750 phone with anything else. I just want someone to start manufacturing OLED gaming monitors.
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    joe
    Is UDC getting ready to commercialize its plasmon OLED technology?

    A couple of months ago we reported that researchers at UDC developed an OLED device with plasmonic decay rate enhancement that dramatically increase device stability. It turns out that UDC filed for two new trademark applications that seem to hint it is aiming to commercialize this technology.

    UDC's newly developed device used an archetypal phosphorescent emitter to achieve a two-fold increase in functional stability at the same brightness as a reference conventional OLED device and extracted 16% of the energy from the plasmon mode as light.

    The researchers out-coupled the light by randomly arranging silver nanocube on the silver cathode (separated by a dielectric layer). This design is called a plasmon nanopatch antenna (NPA). The plasmon NPA developed in this research (which differs from previously developed NPA designs) here achieved a nearly three-fold stability increase compared to a reference OLED device.

    https://www.oled-info.com/udc-getting-ready-commercialize-its-plasmon-oled-technology
    Is UDC getting ready to commercialize its plasmon OLED technology? | OLED-Info
    www.oled-info.com
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    Mark
    Why won't Yahoo step up and block all of the posts with $ spamming the message boards?
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    Hubert
    Oled TV's are getting cheap. Best Buy has a 55" Vizio OLED for $900, 65" for $1499.
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    Eohippus
    As we close in on 52 week high of 222 and all time high of 230 all I can say is congrats to all longs. This stock paid for a good part of my kids college tuition and will help fund my early retirement. I hope everyone else has done or will do wonderful things with this money. I know Ash put a deposit on house and that is also great.

    You know things are good when we are up 6 dollars in a day and there are very few comments on this board. I believe 2021 will be the best year ever, so stay strong and long.
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    digitalmonkey
    The transition to OLED is really gaining traction this year - all new iPhones are OLED, OLED televisions starting to replace LEDs, video game consoles and just a lot of home confinement catalyzing OLED adoption. I think the growth in the stock reflects this optimism.
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    joe
    JOLED Partners with Rosen Aviation to Enhance the Passenger Experience with High Performance OLEDs

    LOS ANGELES, CA / ACCESSWIRE / November 18, 2020 / JOLED Inc. (headquartered in Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Japan; Representative Director and President: Tadashi Ishibashi), an OLED expert and manufacturer of 4K OLED by printing technology, and Rosen Aviation LLC (headquartered in Eugene, Oregon, U.S.A.), a specialist in aviation display technology, today announced a partnership to advance the passenger viewing experience.

    JOLED and Rosen will collaborate on the development and integration of medium-sized OLED displays into aircraft interiors. The two companies will leverage their respective technologies and expertise to maximize functionality and attractiveness of OLEDs in the cabin environment.

    OLEDs are the display technology of the next-generation, offering benefits that industry has never experienced, such as super-thin panels, reduced weight, wide viewing angles, enhanced colors, high resolution, and nearly infinite contrast ratios.

    Naoto Hikichi, Executive Officer, Head of Business Division I at JOLED, said, "We are so excited about the partnership and collaboration with Rosen to develop and integrate OLED displays into the aircraft cabin. As we manufacture medium-sized high-resolution OLED displays, we think the cabin display is a very interesting and adapted application for us. Rosen and JOLED will investigate and develop a completely awesome and first-in-class display, which will fit to every kind of new well-being scenarios the passengers will live, feel, see and enjoy in the future aircraft."

    Lee Clark, Senior Vice-President Strategy at Rosen Aviation, said, "New display and sensor technologies are set to radically change the passenger experience and as a consequence aircraft interiors. Versatility and personalization of displays will be key for facilitating different onboard activities. By combining our expertise, JOLED and Rosen will develop innovative displays adapted to different use cases that enhance the passenger experience. Leveraging our vast experience, we can ensure safety, quality, and the seamless integration of displays into the aircraft cabin."

    Read more: http://www.digitaljournal.com/pr/4884442#ixzz6eDH6u4Cg

    Read more: http://www.digitaljournal.com/pr/4884442#ixzz6eDGDdV3B
    OLEDs Offer a Number of Innovative Features Including Super-Thin Panels, Wide Viewing Angles and Enhanced Color and Resolution
    OLEDs Offer a Number of Innovative Features Including Super-Thin Panels, Wide Viewing Angles and Enhanced Color and Resolution
    www.digitaljournal.com
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    Yahoo Finance Insights
    Universal Display reached a 52 Week high at 226.82
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    Mike
    Any insight into COHR earnings and action yesterday? They were hesitant to give much guidance, but OLED got more than just mention in the earning transcript: "...Let me now start with microelectronics. As you know, this market is made up of three sub-markets: flat panel display, semi and advanced packaging and interconnect. Our FPD business is primarily driven by mobile demand. And although worldwide sales of new handsets remains depressed relative to pre-COVID levels, we saw a clear upturn in factory utilization of our ELA installed base from the prior quarter, as consumer spending recovered and several smartphone manufacturers ramped production on new 5G-enabled models. We were especially excited to see the entire new iPhone12 lineup from Apple adopt flexible OLED displays, which together with the new foldable models from Samsung, LG and several Chinese manufacturers, should continue the trend toward flexible OLED becoming the technology of choice.

    We continue to be cautiously optimistic that we are at the front end of a multi-year 5G-driven smartphone upgrade cycle, which together with announcements of more than 20 laptops having OLED screen options, including the new Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold, and the recently introduced Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ tablets, all bodes well for further utilization of our ELA installed base, which drives a healthy service business.

    Published reports have noted that one or more display makers other than the historical incumbent may now be supplying flexible OLED displays into Apple, even if only in limited volumes for replacement screens. Similarly, other published reports have noted that several Chinese OLED manufacturers have reached a yield inflection point where they are actively allocating production capacity for larger screens for IT devices such as tablets, laptops and monitors. We believe that these changes in the competitive landscape will help drive OLED price points lower in all mobile screen formats and reduce the premium over LCD, which is the stimulus required to drive the next round of new capacity and fab investments. In that regard, I'm also happy to report that since our last call we have several new orders from multiple customers in China.

    In Q4, we also saw a significant increase in the level of investment and bookings related to microLED displays, where we enjoy an industry-leading position. That is reflected by sales and active engagement with more than 25 customers, all working on process development as a precursor to a mass production solution. Our microLED customer base includes almost all current OLED & LCD manufacturers, as well as many well-known microLED specific start-ups and display industry integrators. We are uniquely positioned with multiple UV solutions for four separate microLED processes, ELA for high performance/low power consumption backplanes, laser lift off for customers using sapphire carriers, laser transfer and laser repair.

    The appeal of microLED is reduced electrical consumption for improved battery life and higher absolute brightness relative to OLED. We are continuing to accelerate our efforts and investments in UV microLED solutions to help our customers develop the laser processes of record, so we can, in turn, develop the laser-based capital equipment systems needed for mass production. We will further discuss our new process development product offerings with you later in fiscal '21. ..."
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    joe
    iPad Pro model

    Apple in the US is planning to adopt an organic light-emitting diode (OLED) panel for the iPad Pro model.

    https://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=ko&u=http://www.thelec.kr/news/articleView.html%3Fidxno%3D9013&prev=search&pto=aue

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    joe
    LG OLED TV becomes official TV partner of Xbox Series X

    ...LG Electronics said Wednesday it has entered into an exclusive marketing partnership with Microsoft's Xbox to highlight the phenomenal gaming experience of the newly-launched Xbox Series X console and LG 2020 OLED TV lineup.

    With this announcement, LG OLED TV has become the official TV partner of the Xbox Series X, Microsoft's most powerful console ever, in key markets across Europe, Africa, the Middle East and the Asia-Pacific.

    https://www.devdiscourse.com/article/technology/1312127-lg-oled-tv-becomes-official-tv-partner-of-xbox-series-x
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    Eohippus
    DSCC says the high cost of MicroLED TVS will make them a fringe provider for the next 6 years and expects them to have little impact on mainstream market with a tiny sliver of the ultra large screen market.