Kunjal ParikhChief Display Technologist | Intel
Opportunities to drive from hype to reality for foldable PC’s
Large screen foldable display PC system is a natural progression from foldable display phones introduced over last few years. Large screen foldable display notebook PCs is becoming an interesting new device category where it combines usages of multiple different form factors into one physical instantiation. These devices present multitude of (and often conflicting) product design and technology challenges. Intel is actively working with Display industry and PC OEMs to solve these challenges and bring such products to realization. Presentation highlights some of these challenges for foldable OLED display power, display lifetime, surface hardness, etc. and how Intel is helping to deliver tools and products that are meaningful to our customers.
Intel’s EVO platform is a specification for premium laptops that provide best of notebook PC experiences. Intel is defining EVO specification for foldable display system to ensure a premium experience for this new mobile device category. This presentation will provide an overview how Intel’s Hardware and Software solutions stack will help establish this new device category for novel usages and provide a uniform basic experience across devices from various OEMs.
Kunjal Parikh is a Chief Display Technologist at Intel Corporation and is responsible for driving display innovations toward delivering revolutionary end products for Intel and its customers. Kunjal has over 20 years of experience in the display industry starting from Samsung in South Korea developing OLED technology from the ground up and taking it from the conceptual stage into production that exists in various mobile products. After Samsung, Kunjal held several engineering and product leadership roles at start-ups, HP, and now at Intel. At Intel, Kunjal is leading several incubation efforts from concept to scale in areas of high-performance displays toward next-generation PC innovation with the vision to enrich the lives of every human being on the planet with the technology. Kunjal is the author of more than 50 peer-reviewed high-impact factor publications and more than 100+ patents (issued and pending) on diverse technologies including circuits, optics, architecture, process integration, etc. Kunjal enjoys evangelizing emerging technologies and often gets invited to present his vision at leading industry events. Kunjal has a Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Texas at Dallas and an MBA from the University of California at Berkeley. Kunjal is happily married with two kids and volunteers at local schools in his free time to enrich STEM activities for young kids around Bay Area.