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2005-01-11 Sharp preps 8G LCD fab
In the latest example of display suppliers leapfrogging one another to build larger liquid crystal display (LCD) panels, Sharp Corp. of Japan apparently plans to build an 8G LCD fab
2009-03-12 LG begins 8th-gen LCD production
LG Display has commenced mass production of its 8th generation LCD plant in Paju, Korea. The 8th generation LCD line will primarily manufacture 32-, 47- and 55inch TV panels from its 2,200mm X 2,500mm glass substrates.
2005-06-06 Sharp unveils 65-in. LCD TV to compete with plasma screens
Sharp Corp. will introduce a full high-definition 65-inch liquid crystal display TV in August that will compete with large-sized plasma TVs from LG Philips and Matsushita
2008-12-22 Sharp to reorganize LCD production operations
Sharp Corp. will reorganize its Kameyama Plant, which currently produces large LCD panels for TVs, and its Mie Plant and Tenri Plant, which produce small- and medium-size LCD panels, starting January 2009
2006-04-28 Sharp posts record sales as LCD TV sales boom
For the 2005 fiscal year ended March, Japan-based Sharp Corp. reported record high sales of $24.3 billion, up 10 percent from the previous year.
2005-07-05 Sharp breaks ground on new LCD plant
Japan's Sharp Corp. has begun construction on its new 8th-generation, flat-panel display plant in Kameyama
2006-11-06 Samsung-Sony LCD JV expects profit in '06
Samsung Electronics said that its S-LCD Corp. joint venture with Sony Corp. will turn a profit after only two and a half years in the capital-intensive panel business
2008-04-29 Samsung-Sony JV to build 8G TFT-LCD line
Samsung and Sony have signed a contract to establish an additional 8th generation amorphous TFT-LCD manufacturing line at their joint venture S-LCD Corp.
2006-04-13 Samsung, Sony sign to spend $2B at S-LCD
Samsung Electronics and Sony have signed a Letter Of Intent saying they intend to spend $2 billion to manufacture large amorphous TFT LCD panels at their joint venture, S-LCD
2007-05-18 Samsung unveils 8G LCD module prototype
Samsung has rolled out a prototype 52-inch LCD panel module that uses a glass substrate processed at the company's 8th-generation LCD fab.
2009-12-16 Samsung dips $418M in LCD facility expansion
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd has authorized an investment of 484.6 billion won ($418 million) for the expansion of an LCD line
2008-04-15 LG Display, Skyworth angle for China's LCD TV market
LG Display has forged a strategic alliance with TV manufacturer Skyworth Digital Holdings Ltd, to better position itself in the promising LCD TV market of China
2006-11-14 iSuppli warns LCD-TVs commoditization threat
LCD-TV manufacturers face a growing threat in creeping commoditization that is making consumers think of TVs as interchangeable and offering no differentiating value, according to iSuppli
2006-04-25 Sony, Samsung display JV to expand display capacity
S-LCD, the display joint venture between Sony and Samsung Electronics, is investing $240M to expand capacity at its 7G fab by 50 percent to process 90,000 panels a month
2006-07-04 Semicon forecast: second half will be rough
2006 has seen it alla stock option scandal, different chip predictions, materials shortages and it's not even over yet. Here's our take on where things stand and where we see the industry heading.
2006-06-26 Samsung LCDs are still profitable
According to Chu Woo-Sik, Samsung's senior vice president for investor relations, the company posts profits despite industry analysts' speculation.
2006-10-23 TV displays will embrace full HD, says Samsung exec
Samsung Electronics executive told a large audience that the LCD industry's large screen TV segment is expanding at an explosive rate where full high definition is becoming an essential element of performance
2006-09-19 Japan's DNP, Toppan battle in flat photomask market
Japan's Dai Nippon Printing Co. Ltd seeks to regain the lead over Toppan Photomasks Inc. in what is seen as a flat photomask market, according to The Information Network.
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