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SiliconCore Debuts its MicroLED Technology at CES 2022

SiliconCore Technology will debut its MicroLED display solutions at CES 2022 in Las Vegas from January 5-8th*. The company will future-proof the LED display manufacturing industry with technology solutions that will propel MicroLED displays into the mainstream.

“My vision has always been to see direct-view LED technology in the mainstream consumer market, and I believe the time is now. Our teams have invested years into building and perfecting the technology processes to enhance display image reproduction and performance,” said Eric Li, CEO at SiliconCore Technology.

SiliconCore’s patented and scalable technologies produce low heat and power with brightness benefits for close-proximity viewing, all at very high resolutions and dynamic range. The latest innovations provide more sustainable and reliable display solutions, imperative to the development and efficiencies for the next generation of displays.

“The result is that our Common Cathode technology and other patents are uniquely positioned to provide the market with cooler and more power-efficient displays for prolonged lifespans. As the density of LEDs in panels increase, this is the only way to ensure product efficiencies. To have this adopted by more display technology brands will advance industry standards and push the market forward for large-scale displays in the home, with SiliconCore spearheading innovation from the core,” Li said.

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SiliconCore will be showcasing at CES in Las Vegas January 5th-8th* at Booth 18599 in the Central Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center. 

*The event dates have been changed since the writing of this piece. CES 2022 will take place on January 5th – 7th.

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