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HK Company Aims To Transform IoT Displays

Hong Kong based Solomon Systech has launched a new integrated circuit (IC) technology that promises to transform displays for smart devices.

Solomon Systech’s new Touch and Display IC has the potential to make passive matrix organic light-emitting diode (PMOLED) panels for smart devices thinner, lighter, cheaper and more efficient to manufacture.

The patent pending solution integrates touch and display micro-electronics into a single chip for the first time on PMOLED display panels.

The technology has a range of applications for wearables, smart home appliances, healthcare devices and other IoT devices. It supports four-zone touch detection, gesture identification and operation with gloves or wet fingers.

Solomon Systech is a long-standing resident of Hong Kong Science and Technology Park, a government-owned accelerator and co-working space.

“Solomon Systech’s success in developing a revolutionary IC is yet another example that Hong Kong’s innovation and technology ecosystem has the talent and knowhow to develop world-leading innovations,” commented Peter Yeung, head of the electronics and ICT clusters of HKSTP’s smart city platform.

“Solomon Systech has been based at Science Park since 2003, and is amongst the first batch of companies to move into Science Park. Its success reflects HKSTP’s commitment to providing the right support for Park companies at different stages of their development, and creating the ideal environment for Park companies to translate R&D results into real-life applications.” – Telecom Asia

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