Excyton, Mitsui Kinzoku, Pixelligent and Q-Pixel join the MicroLED Industry Association

The MicroLED Industry Association (MIA) welcomes new members Excyton, Mitsui Kinzoku, Pixelligent and Q-Pixel, joining over 30 existing members (including large corporations, startup companies, research institutes and more). The MIA aims to accelerate the adoption of microLED display technologies, bringing together companies, researchers and organizations active in the MicroLED industry and providing an ideal forum for solving common technology issues, fostering cooperation and sharing relevant information, resources and tools.

The recently joined members commented:

"Excyton joins the MicroLED Industry Association to connect with industry leaders and explore opportunities to implement its power-saving TurboLED technology in pioneering MicroLED products.”

"Mitsui Kinzoku joins the MicroLED Industry Association to help promote microLED display technologies. Mitsui's phosphors are aimed at color-conversion for microLED display.


Our small sized phosphors, having high color-conversion efficiency, are durable against humidity and strong irradiation and do not contain harzardous substances. Optical properties, particle size, surface treatment conditions can be controlled on customer demand. We are now distributing phosphor samples for some micro LED related companies and hoping to enlarge our business field through the association.'

"Q-Pixel's disruptive technology based on Tunable Polychromatic LED (TP-LED) provides full-color tunability across a single tiny pixel. This tiny pixel can be as small as a few micrometers, or even nanometers, to replace traditional three monochromatic (RGB) LED subpixels. Therefore, it can overcome major manufacturing obstacles of current microLED-based displays and demonstrate a record-high pixel density."

“We are excited to join the MicroLED Industry Association as it presents a new opportunity for Pixelligent to collaborate with industry leaders in promoting the next generation of display solutions. As a leading manufacturer of high refractive index formulations that dramatically improve light output in OLED and microLED display applications, we hope to accelerate the adoption of this next-generation display technology by improving efficiency and cost. We look forward to helping propel microLED displays toward a brighter future.”

The MicroLED Industry Association is growing and actively promoting the MicroLED industry. To join the MIA click here.

Posted: Aug 03,2023 by Ron Mertens