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Release date- 04062014 -
Corning introduced Lotus XT Glass last year at Display Week, an industry tradeshow hosted by the
Tianma chose Lotus XT Glass for its exceptional total-pitch variation, which enables precise component alignment and efficient panel production. Lotus XT Glass better withstands the rigorous, high-temperature processes used to create the latest, high-resolution displays. For Tianma, that means higher yields and more creative design options.
As a result, the two companies continue to collaborate closely, and Tianma selected Lotus XT Glass for two new models: a 5-inch full-HD panel and a 6-inch HD panel.
A leading manufacturer of liquid crystal displays (LCD) in small- to medium-size, thin-film transistor (TFT) modules, Tianma develops panels for smartphones and tablets, focusing largely on the mobile-applications market. Its panels achieve resolutions of 350 to 450 pixels per inch (ppi), and the company is currently developing models that boast more than 500 ppi.
'We attribute the commercial success of our LTPS panels - in part - to Corning's superior high-performance substrates. Lotus XT Glass is pivotal to our process. Its dimensional stability enables tight design rules,' said
The stability and pristine surface of Lotus XT Glass enable displays to accommodate more pixels per square inch to produce bright, vivid images with stunning pictures.
'Lotus XT Glass continues to deliver the required performance within the LTPS and oxide space and has achieved mass production on multiple lines since its introduction,' said
Corning plans to showcase Tianma's newest panels in its booth (#703) at Display Week 2014. The tradeshow began
In addition, tradeshow attendees can learn how Lotus XT Glass can lead to improved battery efficiency and brighter displays. A new demonstration will show the impact of total pitch variation on aperture ratio, which affects display performance.
Besides Lotus XT Glass, the Corning booth will also highlight: Corning Gorilla Glass 3 with NDR; Corning Gorilla Glass NBT; Antimicrobial Corning Gorilla Glass;
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