The MicroLED Industry Association begins operations, welcomes new members

The MicroLED Industry Association (MIA) successfully concluded its kickoff meeting on August 2nd. The work plan for the coming quarter was announced, and the association members were updated on work processes, collaboration activities and plans for the future.


The MIA is happy to announce that there are already over 15 members in the microLED association. In addition to its pre-launch founding members, the MIA welcomes the new members that joined since the official announcement on July 13. These companies include 3D Micromac, ASM Pacific Technology group, ClassOne Technology, Radiant Vision Systems and the Ennostar group (Epistar, Lextar, Yenrich and Unikorn).

Doug Kreysar, CEO at Radiant, commented: “The future of microLED displays continues to take shape thanks to a joint effort of innovation from a diverse community of researchers and manufacturers. We are excited to join the MicroLED Association alongside other pioneers of microLED innovation. We believe Radiant’s unique contribution to quality, commercially viable microLED display technologies supports this concerted endeavor to realize the potential of future microLED products.”

Taiwan-based Ennostar group, a newly formed holding company that was born from the merger of Epistar and Lextar, and also includes Unikorn Semiconductor and Yenrich Technology), said: "It’s our pleasure to be part of the MicroLED Industry Association. Ennostar Group is eagerly developing MicroLED and looking forward to boosting the industry."

“MicroLEDs represent one of the fastest growing and most exciting device segments in the industry. Our Solstice platform has proven to be uniquely suited for this rapidly developing market -- both in terms of yield and end-use performance for microLED devices, as well as overall platform flexibility to meet technology changes,” said John Ghekiere, vice president of product and technology for ClassOne Technology. “As a member of MIA, we’re looking forward to leveraging the collaborative opportunities this new association affords in the microLED space and helping drive this vital technology forward.”

The MIA was established to help accelerate the adoption of microLED display technologies. The new association brings together leading companies and organizations active in the MicroLED industry and provides an ideal forum for solving common technology issues, fostering cooperation and sharing relevant information, resources and tools. The association will also work to promote its member companies, their technologies and products.

You can read more about the MicroLED Industry Association, including the complete list of member benefits, here:

Posted: Aug 03,2022 by Ron Mertens