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Home > Press > QD Vision and ShineOn Announce Collaboration to Accelerate Integration of Color IQTM Optics into LCD Applications: First ‘plug-n’-play’, full-gamut color optical solution speeds time-to-market
QD Vision, Inc. and ShineOn Holding, Inc. today announced at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) a new partnership to provide integrated LED and Color IQTM optical components that optimize total system performance in TV and monitor designs. This collaboration further facilitates the integration of QD Vision's Color IQ optical components into customers' existing LCD supply chains and makes the transition to full-gamut color even easier for the LCD manufacturer. The collaboration significantly reduces engineering design and color-tuning timelines, enabling rapid development of full-gamut displays.
"ShineOn's deep optoelectronics expertise further enables the industry's shift to full-gamut displays," said QD Vision CEO Jason Carlson. "Combined with QD Vision's Color IQ optics, this partnership delivers the only plug-and-play, full-gamut solution available to LCD panel manufacturers today."
The QD Vision and ShineOn partnership offers a flexible model to integrate Color IQ into any display production specification and assembly operation. ShineOn's blue LED light bars and light recycling system, and QD Vision's Color IQ components can be sourced individually or as a subassembly, providing a custom, high-performance solution.
"We are committed to delivering the best, cutting-edge LED products for displays and lighting," said Frank Fan, President of ShineOn. "By collaborating with QD Vision, we can offer a differentiated, full-gamut solution that can be customized to meet increasingly demanding display performance targets."
The partnership with ShineOn closely follows the release of QD Vision's new Quantum Dot Display Development Package (announced in December 2013), further demonstrating the company's commitment to helping its customers and the broader display industry to quickly transition to full-gamut products that achieve optimal color performance. The Development Package, which is complimentary to all QD Vision customers and partners, includes Color Point Reference Standards (Color IQ optics), Application Notes, Optical Modeling Services, Customer Data Worksheets and Technical Support.
About QD Vision, Inc.
Privately held, QD Vision, Inc. is a nanomaterials product company delivering advanced display and lighting solutions that provide unparalleled color and cost savings. QD Vision’s Color IQTM quantum dot technology is the industry’s only optical component solution capable of delivering full-gamut color displays. QD Vision makes full-gamut televisions a commercial reality through precise color tuning, flexible and high-volume multi-SKU manufacturability, proven performance, and easy integration backed by a full range of tools, services and ecosystem support.
About ShineOn Holding, Inc.
ShineOn is a global LED lighting solution provider. As a high tech company with both US and China backgrounds, ShineOn focuses on development and production of high brightness and ultra-high brightness LED devices, and is dedicated to providing energy saving and environmentally friendly LED solutions and products for various applications, including general illumination and LCD backlighting. Privately held, ShineOn is strongly backed by US and China venture capital firms, including GSR ventures, Northern Light Venture Capital, IDG-Accel Partners and Mayfield. ShineOn won the 2013 Red Herring Global 100 Award, and was recognized as a 2011 Global Cleantech 100 company.
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