PRP Optoelectronics

PRP optoelectronics logoUK-based PRP Optoelectronics was established in 1989 to provide LED display solutions. PRP provides complete in-house design, development and manufacturing capabilities for a range of LED light engine and display applications.

PRP also produces its own monolithic Micro-LED microdisplays - both standard and custom displays.

LG Display

LG Display logoLG Display, based in Korea, is one of the world's largest display makers. LGD produces screens for TVs, laptops and mobile devices.


JBD logoJBD, established in 2015 in Shanghai, China, develops micro-LED based MicroDisplays for near-eye and image projection applications based on its proprietary hybrid monolithic integration technology.

JBD received a $10 million investment from the Jade Bird Group. In July 2017 the company demonstrated a 5000 PPI active-matrix group III-V microLED array on Si ICs. The company goal is to reach 10,000 PPI in future micro-LED arrays.


Lumens logo

Korea-based Lumens is a specialized LED company that develops next-generation LED technologies, including LED packages, high efficient lighting, display related products and more.


eLux logoeLux Inc. was established in 2016 in the USA with an aim to develop micro-LED displays using a proprietary a scalable "fluidic" assembly process.

In 2017 Foxconn (through its Subsidiary CyberNet Venture Capital) invested $10 million in eLux, and in 2018 Foxconn acquired eLux.


Lumiode logoUS-based Lumiode was established in September 2012 with support from Columbia Technology Ventures.

Lumiode develops micro-LED display technologies, with a focus on head-mounted display applications.


PlayNitride logo (2018)Taiwan-based PlayNitride was established in June 2014 to research and develop Nitride related materials and applications. The fabless company is now focusing on GaN based MicroLEDs - it is branding its technology as PixelLED displays.

PlayNitride has two main technologies - its mass transfer process and its SMAR.Tech pixel repair technology.

According to reports PlayNitride started to sample micro-LED at the end of 2017, with first displays expected on the market by 2019. The company says it can reach a pixel density of 1,500 PPI. In April 2017 it was reported that Samsung Display is set to acquire PlayNitride but this is not official yet.