Sharp now owns 66% of NEC Display Solutions

2 November 2020, 01:17:01

Sharp now owns 66% of NEC Display SolutionsSeven months ago, Sharp announced that it will acquire 66% of NEC Display Solutions' shares to become a subsidiary of Sharp and to be jointly operated with NEC as a joint venture. As of November 1st, the transfer of shares is a fact. As a result, the new business entity will be called Sharp NEC Display Solutions Co., Ltd. or SNDS. The new joint venture receives new management as well. It will focus on developing, manufacturing, and selling video display solutions in the global market. In addition, based on the conventional B2B display soutions (LCDs, business projectors, digital cinemas, etc.), Sharp is promoting its 8K and 5G solutions, AIoT strategy, and will work to create synergies in business portfolio development, procurement and sales.

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