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  • CMI actively expanding LTPS capacity

    Tuesday 28 December 2010
    Chimei Innolux (CMI) reportedly has started expanding its LTPS production line as the capacity from the 3.5G plant (originally from TPO Displays) and Tainan plant will not fulfill...
  • CMI to merge Chi Mei Energy

    Friday 1 October 2010
    Chimei Innolux (CMI) will merge with Chi Mei Energy effective on November 1. Chi Mei Energy, a maker of thin-film solar modules, was originally under Chi Mei Optoelectronics (CMO),...
  • Low temperature polysilicon (LTPS) capacity of AU Optronics (AUO) will surpass that of Chimei Innolux Corporation (CIC) after the acquisition of AFPD, a subsidiary of Toshiba Mobile...
  • CMO, Innolux, TPO complete merger

    Friday 19 March 2010
    Chimei Innolux Corporation (CIC) - the entity merging Chi Mei Optoelectronics (CMO), Innolux Display and TPO Displays - was officially established on March 18, with Hsing C Tuan,...
  • The birth of Chimei Innolux Corporation (CIC) is expected to shake up the LCD panel-related IC design sector, according to industry sources.
  • Chi Mei Optoelectronics (CMO), Innolux Display and TPO Displays have rescheduled the date of their merger to March 18 from April 1, the date they set just last week, according to...
  • Innolux Display shipped 33.63 million LCD monitors in 2009, worth a total of NT$122.4 billion (US$3.85 billion), and accounting for 23% of the global LCD monitor market for the year,...
  • Chimei Innolux Corporation, a new entity to be formed in March, is expected to surpass LG Display (LGD) to become the second largest LCD panel maker worldwide in the third quarter...
  • Taiwan-based Chi Mei Optoelectronics (CMO), Innolux Display and TPO Displays on January 11 decided to push forward the official date for their merger from April 30, 2010 to March...
  • Innolux Display, set to merge with Chi Mei Optoelectronics (CMO) and TPO Display in April, expects to ship over six million LCD TVs in 2010, while Compal Electronics expects to ship...
  • TPO+CEO+and+president+William+Chang
    TPO Displays CEO and president William Chang will return to Compal Electronics as global chief operating officer (COO) after the merger of TPO, Chi Mei Optoelectronics (CMO) and Innolux...
  • Ray+Chen%2C+chairman+of+TPO+Displays+and+president+of+Compal+Electronics
    TPO Displays chairman and Compal Electronics president Ray Chen expects possible panel shortage in the second quarter of 2010 amid strong market demand for notebooks and LCD TVs.
  • TPO Displays reduces capital

    Wednesday 25 November 2009
    TPO Displays has finished a capital reduction, with outstanding shares dropping to 4.17 billion from 4.22 billion, according to company filing at the Taiwan Stock Exchange (TSE) on...
  • AU Optronics (AUO) may benefit from the merger of Innolux Display, Chi Mei Optoelectronics (CMO) and TPO Displays, as system and component makers who are currently not in the Foxconn...
  • Chi Mei Optoelectronics (CMO), Innolux Display, and TPO Displays have announced that their board of directors have approved the merger of the three companies in an all-stock transaction...
  • Innolux Display, Chi Mei Optoelectronics (CMO) and TPO Displays have agreed to call a board meeting on November 20 to discuss details of the merger of the three companies, according...
  • In response to reports that Innolux plans to invest NT$500 billion (US$15.49 billion) to set up an 8.5G plant in a science park in Miaoli, northern Taiwan, the company has indicated...
  • PVI, TPO see October revenues decline

    Wednesday 11 November 2009
    Small- to medium-size panel and electrophoretic display (EPD) maker maker Prime View International (PVI) saw October revenues decrease 11.47% sequentially to NT$1.3 billion (US$40.19...
  • Innolux Display's board of directors has decided to sign an syndicated loan of NT$35-48 billion to gain funding to purchase equipment for capacity expansion and to enrich the medium-term...
  • Innolux, TPO announce merger

    Tuesday 6 October 2009
    Innolux Display and TPO Displays have announced a merger deal through a share swap to strengthen competitiveness in the small- to medium-size LCD panel market.
  • Notebook maker Compal Electronics' non-operating investment in small- to medium-size panel maker TPO Display, representing a 29% stake in the company, has been a persistent financial...
  • Taiwan-based LCD panel maker Innolux Display reportedly is close to take over TPO Display, with the two sides in talks over a stock-swap acquisition deal, according to a Chinese-language...
  • Handset panel shipments are expected to increase significantly in the third quarter and early fourth quarter, as Samsung Electronics and LG Electronics are gearing up their handset...
  • Taiwan-based small- to medium-sized LCD panel maker TPO Display is expected to break even in August and start to turn a profit in September, according to industry sources.
  • Small- to medium-size panel makers Wintek, Giantplus Technology, Prime View International (PVI), and TPO Display have all reported net losses for the first half of 2009.
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TPO releases 1.8-inch LTPS display

Photo: Company, Thursday 25 January 2007

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TPO introduces 4.3-inch display

Photo: Company, Tuesday 24 October 2006

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TPO showcases 2.4-inch panel at FPD Taiwan 2006

Photo: Carrie Yu, DigiTimes.com, Monday 19 June 2006

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