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R_Colin_Johnson
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Re: How about metal-oxide for PIN-panels ?
R_Colin_Johnson   10/21/2013 2:27:21 PM
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According to Applied Materials, all display manufacturers considering pixel densities above 250 pixels per inch will eventually make the switch to metal-oxide.

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How about metal-oxide for PIN-panels ?
Joannes7hans   10/21/2013 4:37:35 AM
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PIN-panels for X-ray medical imaging are now in amorphous silicon TFT.

When will they go in metal-oxide like displays ?

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Re: Displays
Sheetal.Pandey   10/19/2013 3:50:54 PM
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Great that Appplied has also entered ths market. But will it do any good for them

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elctrnx_lyf   10/19/2013 8:37:36 AM
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Applied will probably play a major role in the future of display manufacturing. Display industry is going through many more advancements than any one would have thought majority because of the importance of displays in every consumer device these days.

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Re: PVD Supplier
R_Colin_Johnson   10/18/2013 5:33:19 PM
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Thanks metroman2k--should read Ulvac. KLA and Lam are Applied's competitors on semiconductor side.

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PVD Supplier
metroman2k   10/18/2013 11:47:38 AM
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It seems your "analysis" is suggesting that KT is offering PVD equipment...did I miss something?



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