WSJ: Sony and Panasonic stop OLED cooperation




WSJ: Sony and Panasonic stop OLED cooperation

Sony and Panasonic stop before the turn of the year with their partnership for the development of OLED panels and modules. That suggests at least the Wall Street Journal. The two competitors were working together on a new production of OLED screens.

Although the partnership ceases to exist, the two companies would still consider working on the development of OLED panels together in a different way, writes the newspaper. It is not entirely clear why Sony and Panasonic terminate their partnership: According to the same newspaper, the partnership both companies just helped to produce faster OLED TVs.

The collaboration was only eighteen years old, and devoted himself to the use of a new technology for the production of TV programs. In addition, the organic material was applied via printing technology, instead of with the conventional vapor deposition method. Both companies demonstrated at CES 56 “OLED TVs with the new technology were produced.

Panasonic 4k-oled-tv prototype printmethode

A prototype of an OLED TV from Panasonic, which the new technology was produced.


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