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Kann sich einer hier, der mehr von der Materie versteht, etwas zusammenreimen, was auf OVPD hindeutet?
Für mich wäre der einzige Hinweis, dass man H1 nächsten Jahres Testgeräte produzieren will. Von Zeit her wäre das aber etwas zu früh für OVPD. Wenn der Auftrag für die Pilotanlage erst in Q3 oder Q4 kommt, ist es wohl kaum möglich, dass man in Q2 21 schon die ersten Geräte ausrollt.
"Installed in the 3rd quarter of Asan Plant's facilities,
equipped with mass production system in the second half of next year to
maintain the gap between China and Korea with technological power, to
strengthen the leadership of the premium market
Samsung, which withdraws from the LCD TV market, is expected to produce the world's first quantum dot (QD) display TV called 'Dream TV' as early as next year. Samsung is shifting its business to the next-generation panel QD display, which has invested about 13 trillion won by 2025 after closing the LCD business, which lost its growth engine due to the Chinese offensive. As preparations for mass-producing QD displays with high technical barriers are being completed, Samsung Electronics plans to strengthen its leadership in the premium TV market by building a new competitive edge with QD Display TV starting next year.
According to the industry on the 19th, Samsung Display is wearing 30,000 units per month on the basis of 8.5 generation ledgers (large version before processing into TV panels) on the 'Q1 line' of Asan 1 campus in Chungnam by the end of next month. The facility will be installed during the third quarter of this year. Subsequently, by the end of December, an additional 150,000 pieces of equipment will be received per month. After installation, it is expected to start operation in the second quarter of next year.
If the investment plan proceeds as planned, Samsung Display will have the capacity to produce 180,000 QD displays per month from the second half of next year. It is expected to be able to mass-produce QD displays with up to 2 million copies per year. QD display means a panel made based on quantum dot (quantum dot) material. The blue organic light emitting diode (OLED) that emits blue light is used as a light emitting source, and its advantage is high color reproduction and wide viewing angle. Unlike the LCD with low entry barrier, Samsung's strategy is to mass-produce a QD display that is difficult to develop for the first time in the world and widen the gap with China. In order to speed up the transition to QD display, Samsung is deploying LCD technology personnel in the QD field. Samsung SDI is also building a QD material plant in Gumi, Gyeongbuk.
The transition to the QD display system will also change the strategy of Samsung TV. According to industry sources, Samsung Display is expected to produce panels over 65 inches from the second half of this year. Samsung Electronics is also preparing a lineup of 65-inch or larger QD display TVs with the goal of launching next year. It is said that the main product of QD Display TV will be premium products such as 65 inches, 75 inches, and 82 inches.
According to industry sources, Samsung Electronics plans to test-produce QD display TVs at the beginning of next year and release them to the world's largest market in the United States from the second half of next year.
The Samsung Electronics TV lineup is also diversified into two main axes: QD display TV and LCD TV. Samsung Electronics is expected to dominate the dominance of the premium TV market with a high-quality QD display. According to DSCC, a market research firm, Samsung Electronics' QD display TV sales are expected to record 7 billion dollars (about 850 trillion won) in 2025. This is about 25% of total luxury TV market sales. "