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Corning to Invest in Gen 10.5 LCD Glass Substrate Facility in Hefei

Corning to Invest in Gen 10.5 LCD Facility

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Company signs agreement to supply Gen 10.5 substrates to BOE; extends supply agreement with BOE on Gen 8.5 and smaller gen sizes

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Corning Lotus™ NXT Glass Chosen for Samsung Display’s LTPS-OLED Line

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Los Angeles Times

Cutting Edge Bending razor-thin glass to tech's future needs

Bending razor-thin glass to tech's future needs

"We don't make that kind of glass," said Waguih Ishak, director of Corning Inc.'s West Coast Research Center, pointing to the windows lining his office and, beyond that, to the windshields of the cars parked outside.

"That is very thick glass, where impurities and small defects don't really matter. At Corning, we make electronic-grade glass." Ishak knows that to the layman, this doesn't mean much. Glass is glass. You can see through it, it keeps things out, and it breaks.

What more could Corning's lab in Palo Alto do besides make it a little thinner, a little smoother and a little clearer? Ishak smiled. His face was friendly, but the knowing look in his eyes was clear: You have no idea.

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