HyDISHydrological Data and Information System
HyDISHundai Display Technology Inc.
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AUO, E-Ink and Hydis have all invested R&D resources in the advanced display technologies, having each established strong and comprehensive patent portfolios, AUO said.
AUO, E-Ink and Hydis have all invested R&D resources in advanced display technologies and each has established strong and comprehensive patent portfolios.
AUO has to acquire FFS patent-licensing from Hydis to meet Apple Inc.'s technological requirements, and the cooperation will also benefit E Ink to receive royalty and enlarge outputs from AUO.
According to the agreement, Hydis provides the technology, on which it holds 1,500 patents, while Prime View collects the royalty.
DisplaySearch said that all panel makers enjoyed MoM growth in November, with the exception of Hydis, Sharp, Tianma, and Toshiba.
On the other hand, PVI's fully acquired maker Hydis has shipped its display panels to Samsung for use in Galaxy Tab tablets after licensing its AFFS (Advanced Fringe Field Switching) technology to LGD.
(formerly Prime View International Co., Ltd., or PVI), a major thin film transistor-liquid crystal display (TFT-LCD) panel and e-paper maker, recently said that its Korean subsidiary Hydis Technology Co., Ltd.
Also, Hydis, after setting most production lines for e-paper display panels, has significantly improved its capacity utilization rates and profits.
Scott Liu, chairman of PVI, indicated that the PVI Group, including E-Ink and Korea-based Hydis Technologies, a supplier of display panel modules, will boost overall output by over 300% this year, in an effort to tap the rapidly growing market for e-book readers.
The partnership calls for LGD to acquire a 0.5% stake in PVI for US$10 million and unsecured company bonds issued by PVI's fully owned Hydis for US$30.5 million, with such tie-up to involve technological exchanges, sharing of capacity and joint procurements of raw materials to help the two sides to sharpen competitiveness in e-paper display panels.
In response to explosively increasing demand for e-paper displays, the firm has readied more production lines for the products at its factories, including one that is acquired from Korea's Hydis.