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DEFINITION: Organic LED (light-emitting diode) is a display technology based on the use of an organic substance, typically a polymer, as the semiconductor material in light-emitting diodes (LEDs). A polymer can be a natural or synthetic substance and macro or micro in size. Examples of organic polymers include proteins and DNA. OLED technology was pioneered at Kodak, by Dr. Ching W. Tang.An OLED display is created  … 
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IDC Technology Spotlight: Datacenter security
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How Red Hat Brings OpenStack into the Enterprise
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Five Steps to Help Build a Private Cloud Environment
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Top all-flash arrays on the market
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How to Handle the High Demands of Today's Workloads
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Deliver Windows Apps to Google Chromebooks for a Seamless, App-centric Experience From Anywhere
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Comparing Solid-State Storage Architectures
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Dell introduces all-in-one desktop solutions
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LED DEFINITION (continued): …  by sandwiching organic thin films between two conductors. When an electrical current is applied to this structure, it emits a bright light. Because OLED displays don't require backlighting, they can be thinner and weigh less than other display technologies. OLED displays also have a wide viewing angle -- up to 160 degrees even in bright light -- and use only two to ten volts to operate.OLED displays are used in televisions, laptop and desktop computers, cellular phones, digital video cameras, DVD players, PDAs (personal digital assistants) and car stereos. New technologies that build on the … 
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