Agreement Reached on OLED Lighting Joint Venture with Saint-Gobain Group

Nippon Electric Glass Co.,Ltd. (Head Office: Otsu, Shiga, President: Masayuki Arioka) (NEG) reached an agreement with the Saint-Gobain Group on launching a joint venture to develop, manufacture and sell glass substrates with IEL* (Internal Extraction Layer) for organic light emitting diode (OLED) lighting.   To spread the use of OLED lighting, further improvement of luminous efficiency (light extraction efficiency) is a crucial task.

By combining the Saint-Gobain Group´s innovative basic research capabilities in this field with NEG´s technology, know-how and knowledge in glass composition/manufacturing process development, the joint venture will manufacture and provide the world market with high-performance IEL-equipped glass substrates.

NEG has already developed several kinds of substrates for OLED lighting, including , an ultra-thin glass and , a high refractive index glass and is currently proceeding with sample operations. In partnership with the Saint-Gobain Group, NEG will offer attractive solutions with its high-performance glass products in the OLED lighting market, which has high growth potential, aiming to expand its business into the field of next-generation lighting.

*Note: Internal Expraction Layer. A layer formed on a substrate to efficienty extract to outside the light generated in OLED layers. It contributes to improvement of the luminous efficiency of OLED.

600450 Agreement Reached on OLED Lighting Joint Venture with Saint-Gobain Group glassonweb.com
Date: 17 June 2014
Source: www.neg.co.jp

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