Polar Light Technologies was spun-off from Sweden's Linköping University to commercialize a monolithic approach to produce pyramidal microLEDs using a MOCVD-based a bottom-up growth process.
Ennostar official goal is to become a multinational investment platform for the compound semiconductor industries. Specifically the focus is on mini LEDs and microLEDs products and technologies.
Porotech targets several markets, including quantum computing, power electronics, lasers and microLEDs.
Korea-based Seoul Viosys provides a wide range of UV wavelength LED devices and mass produces LED chips for all wavelengths, from 200 nm to 1600 nm.
China-based ShineOn, established in 2010, is a global LED package and module solution provide for the lighting and display markets.
Korea-based Seoul Semiconductor, established in 2000, develops and commercializes LEDs for automotive, general illumination, specialty lighting, and backlighting markets. The company says it is the world's second-largest LED maker (excluding the captive market). Seoul holds over 12,000 patents.