Mojo Vision, a microLED company, has announced an important development and process milestone with the successful light-up of the first-ever 300mm blue GaN-on-Silicon micro-LED array wafer.
According to the company, this accomplishment marks important progress towards maturing microLED manufacturing at state-of-the-art 300 mm CMOS fabs. This is Mojo Vision’s fourth noteworthy development in the past five years for the display industry, after setting records for the world’s smallest, densest dynamic display including 14k pixels per inch (PPI), 20k PPI and 28k PPI.
“At Mojo Vision we are focused on disrupting the existing display ecosystem, paving the way for scalability of the technology, and driving broader adoption in consumer and enterprise markets,” says Dr. Nikhil Balram, chief executive officer of Mojo Vision.
“Achieving cost-effective, large-scale manufacturing is the gap we are working to bridge with this breakthrough. Mojo Vision remains at the forefront of micro-LED advancement and successfully powering a state-of-the-art 300mm wafer further establishes Mojo as a leader in enabling market advancement. ”
Mojo Vision states Micro-LEDs provide critical performance, efficiency and form-factor advantages essential to applications in extended reality (XR), wearables, automotive, consumer electronics, and high speed communication. Mojo Vision overcame extensive supply chain and wafer qualification issues, such as wafer bow and contamination concerns, to get GaN-on-Silicon wafers allowed into the 300mm facility.
“Mojo Vision’s advancements establish a road map for commercial scaling of micro-LED technology using processes compatible with industry-standard 300mm fabs,” adds Dr. Rajeeva Lahri, advisory board member at Mojo Vision.
“I applaud Mojo and its partners for this significant achievement.”