Saphlux

Saphlux logoUS-based Saphlux was established in 2014 at Yale University to develop a semi-polar gallium-nitride on sapphire material that enables next generation high power and high performance LEDs and laser diodes.

Saphlux is developing technologies aimed towards micro-LED displays. The company's NPDQ color conversion technology utilizes quantum dots etched into the GaN LED itself.

Mojo Vision

Mojo Vision logoUS-based Mojo Vision was established in 2015 to develop an augmented reality (AR) platform. The company develops both the software and hardware for its platform.

Mojo Vision raised $108 million from Google (Gradient Ventures), Motorola, HP, LG and more.

VerLASE Technologies

VerLASE logoVerLASE Technologies, spun-off from Versatilis is an early stage company that uses novel processes and materials to develop color conversion technologies in laser diodes and LEDs.

MagnaChip

MagnaChip logoMagnaChip is a Korean designer and manufacturer of analog and mixed-signal semiconductor products for high-volume consumer applications. The company's main markets are Semiconductor Manufacturing Services, Display solutions and Power solutions.

MagnaChip is a leading designer of AMOLED driver ICs, and in 2019 the companya announced it is also developing driver ICs for Micro-LED TVs.

Monocrystal

Monocrystal logoMonocrystal, a part of the industrial group of companies Energomera, is a global leading supplier of sapphire products for LED and metallization pastes for solar industries.

For the Micro-LED industry, Monocrystal offers sapphire wafers with ultra-clean surface,required for GaN epitaxy growth. Monocrystal offers 6, 8 and 10-inch wafers.

Macroblock

Macroblock logoTaiwan-based Macroblock offers drivers ICs for LED displays and lighting devices and the automotive market.

Ostendo Technologies

Ostendo technologies logoEstablished in 2005 in California, US, Ostendo Technology develops Micro-LED-based display technologies and products. The company's display is called Quantum Photonics Imager (QPI).

Optovate

Optovate logoEstablished in 2008 and based in the UK, Optovate develops GaN-based micro-LED technologies.

Optovate has a scalable and cost-effective micro-LED transfer technique and it has also developed a way to produce and integrate a precision micro-catadioptric optical array that combines refraction and reflection of light from each of the micro-LEDs.