X Display Corporation (XDC) was spun-off from Ireland-based X-Celeprint to commercialize its patented Micro-Transfer-Printing (μTP) technology for the MicroLED display market.
XDC's technology is based on elastomer stamp transfer printing and microIC backplanes. As of early 2020, XDC owns and has rights to over 400 worldwide microLED display patents.
In early 2020 XDC finalized its Series A investment round, led by Daktronics. In October 2020 XDC and Lextar entered into development, licensing and services agreements.
The latest XDC MicroLED news:
Last week we reported that Ennostar Incorporation (formed by a merger of Taiwan's Epistar and Lextar in 2020) demonstrated a 10.6" transparent microLED display at Touch Taiwan 2021. We now have more information on Lextar's new display prototype.
This square display features a 640x640 resolution (85 PPI) and uses LED chips that are <50 um in size. This is a TFT-based display (LTPS? we're not sure) that achieves a transparency of 61%, a brightness of 3,000 nits (peak value) and a 120Hz refresh rate.
MicroLED display technology developer X Display Company (XDC) announced that it installed the world's first 300 mm elastomer stamp based mass MicroLED transfer equipment late in 2020. This tool was installed in the US and the company hopes to start shipping several similar tools for its customers later in 2021.
XDC spun out of X-celeprint in 2019 and retained the equipment organization from that transaction. XDC has over 15 years of experience with mass transfer micro printing technologies, and is offering a range of tools for microLED transfer, suitable for R&D work and industrial-scale production.
LED developer Lextar and microLED display developer X Display Company (XDC) announced that the two companies entered into a development, licensing and services agreements. Lextar licensed XDC's IP and Lextar will supply its high-performance microLED chips to XDC's customers.
Lextar says that this agreement will accelerate the commercialization of next-generation microLED displays, and its customers can now benefit from a one-stop service, from microLED chips to display modules.