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10

About BOE Technology Group

BOE Technology Group, founded in April 1993, is a supplier of internet of things technologies, products and services. BOE's three core businesses are Display Device, Smart System and Healthcare Service. BOE's products are widely used in a broad spectrum of applications such as mobile phone, tablet, notebook, monitor, TV, vehicle display, digital information display, healthcare, finance, and wearable devices.

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No.12 Xihuanzhong RD, BDA

Beijing, Beijing, 100176,

China

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Latest BOE Technology Group News

Intl display industry event puts Chengdu in global spotlight

Nov 28, 2022

News provided by Share this article Share this article CHENGDU, China, Nov. 28, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- The flexible AMOLED display screen produced at BOE's production line in Chengdu, capital of Southwest China's Sichuan province. Chengdu, one of the world's most important bases for the new display industry, will host the 2022 World Conference on Display Industry (WCDI), from Nov 30 to Dec 1. WCDI, co-sponsored by the Sichuan Provincial Government and the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, aims to further strengthen global exchange and cooperation in the new display industrial and supply chain, and showcase the latest innovative technologies and achievements in the industry. Top scholars, including Nobel Prize winner in Economics Thomas Sargent, academicians, as well as entrepreneurs from BOE, TCL Technology, Corning Incorporated, Samsung Display and other leading enterprises will attend the conference. The organizers said the event is of great significance for the development of the new display industry in Sichuan and Chongqing, attracting various resources of new display industry to gather in Chengdu-Chongqing region. Chengdu is the birthplace of China's first black and white picture tube and the first color picture tube. In recent years, it has seen rapid growth in new display industry. Display panel giant BOE Technology Group has invested projects worth nearly 100 billion yuan ($13.96 billion) in Chengdu. Among them, the Chengdu 6th generation flexible AMOLED production line is the first of its kind in China. The city is also one of BOE's two research and development centers for flexible AMOLED technology. XGIMI, a startup based in Chengdu, has topped the nation's projector market in terms of shipments since 2018, ending dominance by foreign brands. Its products are sold to more than 100 countries and regions. As an important electronic information industry base, Chengdu is expanding the industrial chain to build a new display industry R&D and manufacturing base with an annual output value of 100 billion yuan. Chengdu is home to more than 250 new display enterprises. The display panel production capacity of its new display industry ranked fourth in China in 2021. More than half of the world's iPads and nearly half of the world's high-end flexible screens are produced in Chengdu. The WCDI is expected to put Chengdu in global spotlight and bring greater opportunities for its new display industry. The city is scheduled to sign a number of major new display projects during the event, injecting more vitality into its industrial development. SOURCE Sichuan Provincial Government

BOE Technology Group Investments

14 Investments

BOE Technology Group has made 14 investments. Their latest investment was in Honor as part of their Unattributed VC on November 11, 2022.

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BOE Technology Group Investments Activity

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11/16/2022

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Honor

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6

11/8/2022

Corporate Minority - P2P

HC Semitek

$289M

Yes

2

6/10/2022

Series A

HJ Electronic

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1

3/15/2022

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9/7/2021

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$99M

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HC Semitek

HJ Electronic

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$289M

$99M

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6

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BOE Technology Group Acquisitions

1 Acquisition

BOE Technology Group acquired 1 company. Their latest acquisition was SES-imagotag on July 19, 2017.

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7/19/2017

$99M

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7/19/2017

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$99M

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BOE Technology Group Partners & Customers

10 Partners and customers

BOE Technology Group has 10 strategic partners and customers. BOE Technology Group recently partnered with LG Chem on June 6, 2022.

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6/22/2022

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South Korea

LG Chem started to supply ‘Blue Host’ to BOE, beating market leading Japanese company

According to the industry on the 21st , BOE has selected LG Chem 's blue host for their smartphone OLED .

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5/22/2022

Vendor

United States

Apple Supplier BOE reports millions of losses for iPhone 14 OLED Panel orders BOE, an Apple supplier, reports millions of dollars in losses on iPhone 14 OLED Panel orders.

According to industry sources , Apple has reached an agreement with Chinese display manufacturer Beijing Oriental Electronics .

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5/22/2022

Client

United States

According to a source, Apple’s iPhone 14 display supplier was allegedly discovered making costs

Apple hired Beijing Oriental Electronics to make iPhone 13 screens in October , but the contract was short-lived since Apple allegedly found Beijing Oriental Electronics adjusting the thickness of the iPhone 13 's display 's thin-film transistors without Apple 's knowledge earlier this month .

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5/8/2022

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United States

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United States

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6/22/2022

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LG Chem started to supply ‘Blue Host’ to BOE, beating market leading Japanese company

According to the industry on the 21st , BOE has selected LG Chem 's blue host for their smartphone OLED .

Apple Supplier BOE reports millions of losses for iPhone 14 OLED Panel orders BOE, an Apple supplier, reports millions of dollars in losses on iPhone 14 OLED Panel orders.

According to industry sources , Apple has reached an agreement with Chinese display manufacturer Beijing Oriental Electronics .

According to a source, Apple’s iPhone 14 display supplier was allegedly discovered making costs

Apple hired Beijing Oriental Electronics to make iPhone 13 screens in October , but the contract was short-lived since Apple allegedly found Beijing Oriental Electronics adjusting the thickness of the iPhone 13 's display 's thin-film transistors without Apple 's knowledge earlier this month .

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