Vol 22 - Issue 27


IDC: Tablets Are Replacing Traditional Client Devices

by Tom Allen

According to IDC, tablets are seeing increasing use as the only device used by employees in enterprise. The majority of enterprise tablet users in the UK, Germany and France still have at least one …

Tags:Europe| IDC| Mobile Display Monitor| tablets| Vol 22 - Issue 27

Q1’17 Target for CSOT Production

by Tom Allen

Work on CSOT’s new G6 facilities in Wuhan, China, is proceeding ahead of schedule, say sources in Asia. The company believes that mass-production will begin in Q1’17. The line will produce small-to-medium-size high-end LTPS …

Tags:CSOT| Large Display Monitor| LCD Fabs| LTPS TFT| Mobile Display Monitor| Supply Chain| Vol 22 - Issue 27

HTC chair Cher Wang and NorthEast United FC owner John Abraham

HTC Will Expand to India

by Milos Pavlovic

HTC sponsors India’s Northeast United football team. Here chair Cher Wang is seen with team owner John AbrahamHTC is the latest company to be linked to production facilities in India, following rumours from Foxconn …

Tags:HTC| India| Mobile Display Monitor| Production| Smartphones| Vol 22 - Issue 27

Samsung to Ramp OLED Production

by Milos Pavlovic

Due to its ‘tumbling’ share in the global smartphone market, Asian sources claim that Samsung will ramp up its supply of OLED panels in Q3. Almost half of Samsung Display’s OLED panel capacity has …

Tags:AMOLED| Capacity| China| Mobile Display Monitor| Production| Samsung| Vol 22 - Issue 27

Partnership Leads to Philips’ First QD TV

by Tom Allen

Philips has partnered with QD Vision once again, this time to release its first quantum dot LCD TV: the 55PUF6850/T3. It is the second Philips-brand display to use QD Vision’s optical components – the …

Tags:Large Display Monitor| LCD TVs| Philips| Quantum Dots| Vol 22 - Issue 27

Georgia Starts ASO

by Tom Allen

Analogue TV signals have been switched off in several regions of Georgia. Digital broadcasts are now available in the capital, Tbilisi, the Sagarejo region, Kojori, Rustavi and Marneuli. Country-wide coverage will be achieved in …

Tags:ASO (Analogue Switch Off)| Large Display Monitor| Vol 22 - Issue 27

Panasonic space player 3

Is the Panasonic Space Player the Start of a New Trend?

by Chris Chinnock

What if you combined a luminare with a projector? Imagine replacing rows of fluorescent lights or recessed lighting with LED-based luminare-projectors. You could illuminate with white light, colored light or projection-mapped images on tables, …

Tags:Digital Signage| Large Display Monitor| Panasonic| Projectors| Vol 22 - Issue 27

polarizing color filter

Chinese Researchers Suggest Energy Recycling to Raise LCD Efficiency

by Norbert Hildebrand

Long Wen, a researcher at the Suzhou Institute of Nano-Tech and Nano-Bionics, Chinese Academy of Sciences and his colleagues, are suggesting a new type of backlight to increase the power efficiency of LCD modules. …

Tags:Colour Filters| Large Display Monitor| LCD Backlights| Mobile Display Monitor| Vol 22 - Issue 27

TV Operators See Cloud as Complement, Not Competitor

by Tom Allen

Pay-TV operators are facing growing pressure from OTT operators, and bundled offerings from telecom companies. These companies must provide new application experiences that can reach the market quickly and be delivered consistently across devices. …

Tags:Cloud TV| Large Display Monitor| Pay TV| STBs| Vol 22 - Issue 27

Joseph Souren

Scala Names EMEA VP, General Manager

by Helen Vince

Scala has appointed Joseph Souren as vice president and general manager of its EMEA operations. Souren has held various senior management roles with NASDAQ 100 companies, including SanDisk and Intel Security, most recently serving …

Tags:Large Display Monitor| People| Recruitment & Appointments| Vol 22 - Issue 27

Epson Dominates PMA May Results

by Tom Allen

PMA Research has announced the top-selling projectors in the USA in May. The company divides the results into three categories: ‘pico and personal’, ‘mainstream’ and ‘4,000+ lumen’. Asus’ S1 led the ‘pico and personal’ …

Tags:Large Display Monitor| PMA Research| Projectors| USA| Vol 22 - Issue 27

AMD Graphics Power zSpace VR

by Tom Allen

zSpace has chosen AMD’s Firepro W5170M graphics to power its zSpace for Education VR solution. The product uses a ‘virtual stylus’ as a means to control content on the display. zSpace has also said …

Tags:AMD| Back Panel| Large Display Monitor| Virtual Reality| Vol 22 - Issue 27