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Aledia’s brighter and more energy-efficient LEDs
could replace current LED technology in mobile
displays for smartphones, connected watches,
and augmented-reality glasses.
Aledia, founded in 2011, is developing a 3D LED
technology that packs in two major innovations.
First, the company’s LEDs are made on 200-mm
silicon wafers with an ultra-thin nucleation layer,
resulting in lower fabrication costs. Second, the
LEDs’ light-emitting structure is made up of a
“forest” of gallium nitride nanowires for very high
light emission yields.
These two innovations place Aledia in the pole
position for tomorrow’s mobile displays. Aledia’s
LEDs—protected by around 100 patents—are
brighter and more energy-efficient than today’s
liquid-crystal and OLED displays.
Aledia is housed on the MINATEC campus and has
a joint lab with Leti. The startup is working on new
applications like head-up windshield displays for
the automotive industry
Website: www.aledia.comContact: email@example.com
CEA is a French government-funded technological research organisation in four main areas: low-carbon energies, defense and security, information technologies and health technologies. A prominent player in the European Research Area, it is involved in setting up collaborative projects with many partners around the world.