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Jun282011

The Display Industry News Source 6.28.2011

AUO Slovakia Module Plant Dedicated

"The plant will be able to reach a capacity of 240k per month by the end of 2011. With the joining of AUO Slovakia in LCD module manufacturing, high quality and value-added support will be offered to the European clients. When fully online in 2012, AUO Slovakia is expected to generate as many as 3,000 job offers." via AUO

CMI cuts 2011 expenditure by 20-30%, AMOLED development "still in progress"

"Today we hear that CMI is indeed facing financial problems. The company decided to cut 2011 expenditure by 20-30%, and focus on its fundamental business - production of TFT panels. CMI will separate the touch panels, LCD modules, systems and packaging into different business units." via OLED-Info

The Flexible Display Center Arizona is ready to produce flexible AMOLEDs

"The Flexible Display Center (FDC) at Arizona State University today announced that it has installed and completed final acceptance of Sunic Systems' GEN-II OLED SUNICEL Plus 400 vacuum evaporation and encapsulation process tool. The new system gives the FDC the ability to manufacture full-color organic light emitting diode OLED displays in-house." via OLED-DISPLAY

AU Optronics countersues Samsung in United States

"Display maker, AU Optronics has retaliated to Samsung’s lawsuit by countersuing the Korean’s Electronics division along with its customers AT&T, Best Buy and BrandsMart USA. AU Optronics says Samsung and its customers infringe 10 of their patents related to LCD used in TV, monitors, notebooks and OLED used in mobile phones." via Samsung Hub

CPT aims at breakeven by end of year, says group chairman Lin indicated

"CPT's annual capacity of small- and medium-size panels has reached 40 million units. The business of touch panels has been expanding as well. Performance in the third quarter will be better, added Lin" via DigiTimes Displays

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