Cambridge Display Technology to Report First Quarter 2007 Results On May 15, 2007

Cambridgeshire, UNITED KINGDOM

CAMBRIDGE, United Kingdom, May 10, 2007 (PRIME NEWSWIRE) -- Cambridge Display Technology (CDT) (Nasdaq:OLED) today announced that it will release its first quarter results on Tuesday, May 15, 2007, before market open.

Management will hold a conference call at 12:00 PM ET on May 15, 2007 to review the company's results. Interested parties may participate in the conference call by dialing 800-240-6709 or 303-262-2142 five to ten minutes prior to the initiation of the call. The call can be accessed via the Internet live or as a replay through the company's corporate website, for 90 days.

An audio replay of the call will be available starting on May 15, 2007, at 2:00PM ET through midnight ET on May 24, 2007. U.S. callers may access the replay by dialing 800-379-7444 and entering the passcode 11088515#. Callers outside of the United States can access the replay by dialing 303-590-3000 and entering the passcode 11088515#.

About CDT

Cambridge Display Technology is a pioneer in the development of polymer organic light emitting diodes (P-OLEDs) and their use in a wide range of electronic display products used for information management, communications and entertainment.

P-OLEDs are part of the family of OLEDs, which are thin, lightweight and power efficient devices that emit light when an electric current flows. P-OLEDs offer an enhanced visual experience and superior performance characteristics compared with other flat panel display technologies such as liquid crystal displays, and have the key advantage that they can be applied in solution using printing processes. Founded in 1992, the company is headquartered in Cambridge, UK and listed on the U.S. NASDAQ Global Market under the symbol 'OLED'. In 2005, CDT and Sumitomo Chemical established a joint venture called Sumation(r) which develops, manufactures and sells P-OLED materials to the display industry.

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