OLED technologies companies


Amorphyx logoUS-based Amorphyx develops amorphous-metals based display backplanes, which can be used to drive displays using quantum-tunneling. The company says that such backplanes will enable extremely fast conductivity and thus "unlimited" refresh rates.

Amorphyx's AMNR-based backplane are compatible with LCDs, OLEDs and e-paper displays.

Ansys (Optis)

Optis logoOPTIS, based in France, provided software simulation of light and lighting technologies.

The company's SPEOS light and optical simulation software supports OLED since 2012 and can assist both designers and OLED panel makers. In 2018 Optis was acquired by Ansys.

Asahi Glass

Asahi Glass logoEstablished in 1907 in Japan, Asahi Glass Corporation (AGC) is one of the world's top glass makers. AGC produces architectural glass, automotive glass and also glass for electronic products.

For the display market, AGC offers substrate glass for both LCD and OLED displays. For the OLED market, AGC developed the low-thermal shrinkage AN Wizus glass. The company is also developing ultra-thin flexible glass for flexible and foldable displays.

BASF Coatings

BASF coating logoBASF Coatings, a division of BASF, develops, produces and markets a high-quality range of innovative automotive coatings, automotive refinishes and decorative paints.

Following BASF 2016 acquisition of Chemeteall, the Coatings division now supplies applied surface treatments for metal, plastic and glass substrates in a wide range of industries and end markets. For the OLED market, BASF Coatings provide flexible barrier (encapsulation) solutions.


Corning is one of the world leaders in glass and ceramics - working on these materials for 150 years. Corning is active in several markets - display technologies, Environmental technologies, telecommunications, life sciences and others.

Corning has three products aimed for OLEDs:

Dowoo Insys

Korea-based Dowoo Insys, established in 2010, is a developer and supplier of glass products for the display industry.

Dowoo Insys develops ultra-thin glass covers for foldable OLED displays. The company provides its glass, which is a treated Schott Glass UTG, to Samsung Display.


Samsung Display was the largest shareholder in Dowoo Insys, but it sold its shares to New Power Plasma. Dowoo Insys plans to IPO in 2025.


Encapsulix logoEncapsulix, established in 2010 in France, develops ALD equipment for thin-film deposition. Encapsulix developed an ALD reactor configuration (injector, doser, reaction chamber) which is infinitely geometrically scale able.

The company focuses on encapsulation and ultra-barrier coatings applications specifically for OLED (lighting and display), flexible organic electronics, data storage and other emerging applications.

In January 2017 Encapsulix announced that a "leading Asian AMOLED maker" has chosen its ALD-TFE systems for industrial-scale flexible OLED encapsulation. The company also supplied R&D systems to Blackbody and Leti.