2020-08-11 - TrendForce

LED Smart Street Light Revenue Projected to Exceed $1B by 2024

Chinese companies are the primary drivers of global smart street light development, as Huawei and Tencent attain market dominance...

2020-07-01 - M. Di Paolo Emilio

LEDs: The Bright Future of Automotive Lighting

Solid-state lighting is an enabling technology in the automotive field which offers new functionalities, greater security, design flexibility, easier integration…

2020-07-01 - LEDinside

Mini LED Supply Chain to Benefit from 1Q21 Release of Apple’s New iPad Pro

Apple is expected to release its 12.9-inch in 1Q21, and has chosen Taiwanese manufacturers of display-related components to supply its…

2020-06-19 - TrendForce

Epistar and Lextar to Seize Opportunities in Micro/Mini LED through Formation of New Holding Company

Epistar and Lextar announced their plan to jointly establish a holding company through share conversion...:

2020-06-08 - STMicroelectronics

150W Evaluation Board and Reference Design for Efficient LED Streetlamps

ST EVL150W-HVSL LED-driver evaluation board and reference design integrates features that ensure high performance and save BOM costs.

2020-05-08 - Brian Dipert

The Power of Voice: Wi-Fi Smart Dimmer Teardown

Want to put "smart" lighting in your house? This smart dimmer combines a dual-microphone array and speaker, voice-command processing, and…

2020-05-07 - TrendForce

Demand for LED Peripherals Surging as Apple Stimulates Mini LED Market Opportunities

The application of Mini LED backlight technology is expected to reach 18% penetration rate in the overall market for IT…

2019-12-13 - Junko Yoshida

LED Flicker and AV Machine Vision

The OmniVision will start sampling its new 8.3 megapixel automotive image sensors capable of mitigating LED flicker in the first…

2019-10-18 - STMicroelectronics

Automotive LED Driver from STMicroelectronics

Flexible 12-channel Automotive LED Driver from STMicroelectronics Simplifies State-of-the-Art Lighting

2019-09-05 - Nitin Dahad

Taiwan’s Lite-On to Sell SSD Business

With declining sales, Taiwan-based Lite-On Technology is selling its solid-state storage business to Toshiba Memory for $165 million.