S-LCD, as of April 25 2008, operated with a monthly production capacity of 100,000 7th generation amorphous silicon (a-Si) panels and 50,000 8th generation panels based on PVA technology, which are integrated into both Samsung Electronics and SonyLCD televisions and memory cards.
2003: Samsung Electronics and Sony sign agreement for the establishment of a joint venture for 7th generation amorphous TFTLCD panel production.
2004: S-LCD Corporation established.
April 2005: S-LCD begins shipment of 7th generation TFT LCD panels for LCD TVs.
August 2007: S-LCD begins shipment of 8th generation TFT LCD panels for LCD TVs.
2008: Sony and Samsung announce that due to increased demand, a second 8th Generation production line will operate in the S-LCD factory in the 2nd quarter of 2009. S-LCD may be headed by Samsung alone as Sony has announced a joint venture with Sharp Corporation, in order to compete effectively with Samsung, a task made difficult by their current collaboration.