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An integrated circuit device called a driver IC regulates how LCD and AMOLED displays switch on and how they show information. The demands on driver ICs are rising along with the panel display resolution and data transfer speed. DDIC transmits visual data while driving the display screen with electrical impulses.
DDIC locations are differentiable based on PMOLED or AMOLED displays. Controlling the OLED display screen is the Display Driver Integrated Circuit’s (DDIC) primary duty.
It must be thin, flexible, and foldable in order to function with OLED displays, and it must also offer a wide color gamut and high-fidelity display signals. In addition, OLED has a longer battery life than LCD since it uses less electricity.
The global OLED DDIC market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
The next-generation OLED DDIC for vehicle displays is being developed by Magnachip Semiconductor Corporation (“Magnachip”) as part of the company’s expansion of its line of organic light-emitting diode display driver integrated circuits (OLED DDIC) products.
OLED-based automotive center console screens will provide superior image quality, excellent visibility, and quick response times. The need for automotive semiconductors, which are crucial for the quick development of entertainment and driving safety, has been spurred by the adoption of electric vehicles, autonomous driving, and linked automobiles in recent years.
Based on the 40nm manufacturing technology, Magnachip is creating an OLED DDIC for the automobile industry that is intended for instrument cluster and center stack displays.
The next-generation DDIC is suitable for both rigid and flexible OLED panels and supports a wide variety of resolutions, including FHD.
This next-generation DDIC will also be made as an “all-in-one solution,” which implies that timing controllers, gate drivers, and source drivers will all be integrated on a single chip. This innovation will make it possible to produce inexpensive display panels with fewer parts.
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