Chinese display makers double down on OLED scale-up while recognizing challenges

Mr. Zhang Yu, the technology VP of BOE, recently announced that BOE’s 5.5 generation OLED display production line in Ordos, Inner Mongolia in China is on plan to be commissioned by the end of 2013. This is the second 5.5 generation OLED production line in the world. Despite the reason for some cheer...

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