OLED panels are currently a dominating technology for TV and mobile applications. To enable even more applications, OLED panel makers are looking for a high-efficiency deep-blue emitter material. CYNORA’s TADF technology presents a new solution to this issue after the current state-of-the-art technology, phosphorescence, has not succeeded in several years.
CYNORA is the first company to demonstrate high-efficiency deep-blue emitter materials for OLED displays, while others have only reported on sky-blue materials that cannot be used in displays. The company has recently shown that it is leading in deep-blue emitter materials for different approaches of the TADF technology, self-emitting or co-emitting approaches, which includes hyper-fluorescence.
“CYNORA’s focus in our cooperation remains on deep-blue emitter materials for OLED TVs,” said Gildas Sorin, CYNORA’s CEO, “Then, we will use our know-how on deep-blue emitters to speed up the development of sky-blue emitters for lighting applications and green emitters for displays.”
CYNORA had already reported first sky-blue results in the spring of 2017, which are still the best sky-blue results with TADF materials reported to date, the company reported. First green materials have been sampled to OLED panel makers. CYNORA also has a Joint Development Agreement with Samsung Display. LG Display and Samsung joined CYNORA as shareholders in 2017.