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Short take: Active-matrix technology given to Taiwan firm

Toshiba will share technology for making TFT-LCDs (thin-film-transistor liquid crystal displays) with Taiwan's Walsin Lihwa, dispatching a group of its engineers to a new subsidiary to be based in Japan. The agreement will enable Walsin Lihwa to produce active-matrix displays on glass substrates as large as 550mm by 650mm (22 by 26 inches), Reuters reported. Toshiba has already licensed its DRAM chip technology to another Walsin Lihwa group company, Winbond Electronics.

Toshiba will share technology for making TFT-LCDs (thin-film-transistor liquid crystal displays) with Taiwan's Walsin Lihwa, dispatching a group of its engineers to a new subsidiary to be based in Japan. The agreement will enable Walsin Lihwa to produce active-matrix displays on glass substrates as large as 550mm by 650mm (22 by 26 inches), Reuters reported. Toshiba has already licensed its DRAM chip technology to another Walsin Lihwa group company, Winbond Electronics.