Televisions – JVC Europe Thu, 26 May 2022 08:25:47 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Televisions – JVC Europe 32 32 Flexible Display Market Size Expected to Grow US$64.4 Billion by 2027 | Growth of 28.70% during the forecast period Thu, 26 May 2022 08:25:47 +0000

According to the latest report of the IMARC group, entitled “Global Flexible Displays Market Size, Share, Trends, Growth, Opportunities and Forecast 2022-2027“, the global flexible display market reached a value of US$13.6 billion in 2021. Looking ahead, IMARC Group expects the market to reach a value of US$64.4 billion by 2027, posting a CAGR of 28.70% in 2022-2027.

A flexible screen is a visual output surface that bends and twists without breaking. It is made of polymer compounds that provide high durability and better scratch and impact resistance than solid glass structures. It also eliminates the risk of accidental breakage and can be folded and rolled without distorting the text or image. As a result, flexible displays are widely used in smartphones, smart wearable devices, tablets, televisions (TVs), personal computers (PCs), digital signage systems, laptops, monitors, vehicles and smart home appliances.

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Flexible Display Market Trends and Drivers:

The market is mainly driven by the growing use of flexible displays in consumer electronics. Also, the increasing adoption of Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) due to its simplified design, limited flexibility, and better image quality than Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) and Liquid Crystal Displays (LCDs) conventional also contributes to the growth of the market.

Moreover, major market players are investing heavily in research and development (R&D) activities to launch advanced product variants.

They also file patents to secure their technology. For example, Sharp Corporation has filed several patents for its flexible displays that can be included in smartphones and gaming devices. This, coupled with the growing popularity of electronic paper displays (EPDs) among e-readers, creates favorable market prospects for worldwide.

Analysis and segmentation of the global flexible screens market 2022-2027:

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The competitive landscape of the market has been studied in the report with the detailed profiles of the major players operating in the market.

AU Optronics Corp., BOE Technology Group Co. Ltd., Corning Incorporated, DuPont de Nemours Inc., E Ink Holdings Inc., Innolux Corporation, Koninklijke Philips NV, LG Electronics Inc., Plastic Logic (FlexEnable Limited), Royole Corporation, Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd., Sharp Corporation and Toshiba Corporation.

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The report has segmented the market based on region, display type, substrate material, and application.

Breakdown by display type:

  • OLED
  • LCD
  • Electronic Paper Display (EPD)
  • Others

Breakdown by substrate material:

Breakdown by application:

  • Smartphones and Tablets
  • Smart wearables
  • Televisions and digital signage systems
  • Personal Computers and Laptops
  • Others

Breakdown by region:

  • North America: (United States, Canada)
  • Asia-Pacific: (China, Japan, India, South Korea, Australia, Indonesia, Others)
  • Europe: (Germany, France, United Kingdom, Italy, Spain, Russia, Others)
  • Latin America: (Brazil, Mexico, Others)
  • Middle East and Africa

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(OFFICIAL) UK-based Exurban plans $340m e-waste recycling plant in US Tue, 24 May 2022 07:46:00 +0000

LONDON, May 23 (Reuters) – British recycling company Exurban plans to open a facility in the United States to recover metals, including copper, gold and silver, from electronic waste such as mobile phones, computers and televisions, she announced on Monday. .

Recycling metals will be crucial to meeting the carbon emission reduction targets set by governments around the world.

Every year, millions of tons of e-waste are buried in landfills or shipped overseas, often to developing countries, where the poorly regulated disposal of electronic devices harms health and the environment.

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“Exurban will invest more than $340 million in the development of the world’s first zero-waste smelter and refinery designed specifically to process e-waste and other complex non-ferrous waste on a regional scale,” the company said in a statement.

The new facility will occupy 77 acres in the Adams Township Industrial Park in Fort Wayne, Indiana.

Producing metal from scrap uses much less energy than mining and smelting.

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Embedded Flash Drive Market Beneficial Research Types, Applications and Top Companies “ATP Electronics, Mouser, TOSHIBA, Micron Technology” Sun, 22 May 2022 14:32:10 +0000

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In my opinion: why e-bikes are now part of a provincial program Thu, 19 May 2022 16:17:40 +0000

Electric bikes and scooters are now covered by the British Columbia EPR program. | ABB Photo/Shutterstock

The Canadian province of British Columbia has long been a leader in establishing industry-led extended producer responsibility programs for its residents. Since 2007, the Electronic Products Recycling Association (EPRA) BC has been a pioneer in delivering cost effective and efficient recycling programs for a wide range of electronic devices on behalf of manufacturers, retailers and other obligated “stewards”. which are regulated on the Pacific Coast. Province.

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In line with these regulations, our stewards encouraged us to add the growing market segment of e-bikes and e-scooters to our already long list of devices covered, including electronic toys, electronic medical devices and music as well as traditional electronic devices such as televisions, computers, printers, etc. Click here for a full list.

The North American e-bike market, fueled by demand from Canada and the United States, is expected to grow at an annual rate of 11% through 2028. Rising customer demand, rising fuel costs and a growing trend towards recreational activities are increasing the growth of the industry in Canada.

The integration of e-bikes/e-scooters into our BC program makes sense in several respects:

  • With over 300 collection sites across the province, consumers enjoy the convenience we offer to have a point of deposit and accessible local recycling.
  • The metals, plastics and batteries that e-bikes are made from are similar to many devices that we already collect and responsibly recycle every day. In 2020, BC EPRA collected and recycled nearly 14,000 tonnes of regulated electronics from BC residents. This equates to 1,400 truckloads.
  • Finally, EPRA BC only works with processors that are approved under the National Electronics Recycling Standard (ERS). This ensures that recyclers maintain appropriate environmental, health and safety controls and handle all materials correctly – which is important when recycling e-bikes and e-scooters.

With the addition of electric bikes, we believe that the EPRA BC maintains its pioneering program position for the management led by the electronics industry regulated in Canada.

Craig Wisehart is Executive Director of the Electronic Products Recycling Association (EPRA) Western Canada. EPRA is an industry-led, not-for-profit organization that operates regulated recycling programs in Canada. We ensure that end-of-life electronics are processed in a safe, secure and environmentally sound environment. To learn more about EPRA BC, visit

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5 Best 75-inch TVs in the UAE, for 2022 Tue, 17 May 2022 12:30:36 +0000

Is bigger always better? In the case of televisions, a larger screen has huge advantages. If you have the space, paying a little more for those extra inches is well worth it – large TVs offer higher resolutions, a cinematic atmosphere, clearer details and a richer viewing experience. But what distinguishes one television from another? We’ve done the research for you and compiled a list of the best 75-inch TVs you can buy in 2022. Make sure you’re an Amazon Prime member to get free and fast shipping. And enjoy professional installation once your purchase is complete. But if a 75-inch TV isn’t for you, check out our pick of the best 65 or 55-inch TVs.

1. Best Overall: Samsung QN90A Neo QLED 4K Smart TV (2021), Black B08Z7D7RX2


  • Sleek and smart design
  • Neo QLED offers industry-leading resolution and brightness
  • New rechargeable remote control included

The inconvenients

  • No Dolby Vision support
  • Includes only one HDMI 2.1 port
  • Dear

Combining Samsung’s superior quantum dot technology with precise mini-LED backlighting, this TV has one of the best screens you’ll find. Its color and brightness are unmatched and the device is packed with smart TV features and smart features for the modern home. Its solar-powered remote means you’ll never have to replace batteries. And its impressive latency of 12.6 milliseconds ensures gamers enjoy its high-quality delivery. Add to all that the TV’s ultra-sleek one-inch-thick design, and it’s a winner.

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2. Best mid-range: Sony Bravia XR X90J


  • Fantastic color reproduction
  • Support next generation game consoles
  • Intuitive Google TV interface

The inconvenients

  • Only two HDMI 2.1 ports
  • Sound quality could be better
  • Reviewers say there are glare in well-lit rooms

Priced right in the middle of low-end and high-end 75-inch TVs, and some stellar features to boot, Sony Bravia’s X90J is a great option. The TV ticks all the boxes – it has vivid colors, decent blacks and a host of smart features. It also includes Sony’s new XR Cognitive Processor, which the brand says brings “cognitive intelligence” to its TVs for the first time, allowing images to be processed in a way that matches the way our brain perceives. things. And if you’re a gamer, the X90J’s HDMI 2.1 support means it’s ready for 4K gaming at 120Hz. It’s a versatile tool, and definitely worth considering!

Prime: Buy with 0% installments and pay Dh538.92 for 12 months with select banks. Book a free home installation service by a professional.

Guarantee: Amazon offers a 1-year extended warranty for the Dh369, 1-year accidental damage protection for the Dh617, and 2-year damage protection with a 1-year extended warranty for the Dh787.

3. Best Budget: Hisense 75A6GE UHD Smart TV


  • Detailed and vivid 4K image quality
  • HDMI 2.1 compatibility
  • Excellent specs and features
  • Great price

The inconvenients

  • Smart TV interface seems limited
  • The sound is poor

This hassle-free TV gives you what you need, and maybe even what you want, in terms of the features you expect. Hisense’s 4K solution means you get vivid images with crisp detail, and its ultra-high definition (UHD) AI converter gives you the same brilliant resolution even for standard high-definition (FHD) signal inputs. Even at an affordable price, the TV includes several smart features – for example, when Sports mode is activated, the TV analyzes motion and creates smoother motion. Its Game Mode reduces input lag to just 16 milliseconds and its VIDAA Smart Center gives you access to a host of apps and features. Did we mention the price is great?

Prime: Buy with 0% installments and pay Dh258.38 for 12 months with select banks. Book a free home installation service by a professional.

Guarantee: Amazon offers 1-year extended warranty for Dh199, 1-year accidental damage protection for Dh332, and 2-year damage protection with 1-year extended warranty for Dh424.

4. Best LCD TV: LG NanoCell Nano90 Series


  • strong colors
  • Support wide viewing angle
  • Improved black levels
  • Intuitive and easy controls

The inconvenients

  • No HDR10+ support
  • Backlight issues

Considered to be LG’s best liquid crystal display (LCD) television by far, the Nano90 series brings out the beauty of the brand’s Nanocell color technology in a way you’re sure to appreciate. While people typically look at TVs with organic light-emitting diode (OLED) panels at this price point, LG’s flagship 4K LCD offers a great alternative. Its wide viewing angles, reliable webOS smart platform and excellent color contrasts make it a strong contender. While the TV has its issues, like a slight backlight flicker, its other features more than make up for it.

Prime: Buy with 0% installments and pay Dh626 for 12 months with select banks. Book a free home installation service by a professional.

Guarantee: Amazon offers a 1-year extended warranty for the Dh454, 1-year accidental damage protection for the Dh759, and 2-year damage protection with a 1-year extended warranty for the Dh968.

5. Best Value: Xiaomi QLED 4K HDR10+ Smart Android TV


  • Borderless design allows for a larger viewing screen
  • Crisp and clear images
  • Excellent sound quality
  • Dolby Vision included
  • great price

The inconvenients

  • Not suitable for 4K gaming at 120Hz
  • The interface sometimes lags

For less than Dh5,000, this 75-inch TV from Xiaomi gives you the best next-gen QLED technology with 4K UHD picture clarity. Its TV screen is gigantic, thanks to ultra-thin bezels on three sides, allowing images to fill the flat screen. The TV ticks all the boxes, in terms of picture quality, with its HDR10+ support, Dolby Vision and 4K panel. Reviewers say it’s one of the best Android TVs on the market right now, and you can see why – the device lets you stream from your phone, and there’s Chromecast built-in too. It’s not the best TV for gaming – you’ll have to drop the resolution to 1080p to unlock 120Hz – but if you’re looking to set up an entertainment hub, Xiaomi’s TV will give you more bang for your buck.

Prime: Buy with 0% installments and pay Dh350.42 for 12 months with select banks.

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ON THE MENU – Port Arthur muralist adds color to new Mr. Burger & Seafood location – Port Arthur News Sun, 15 May 2022 05:31:46 +0000

ORANGE — Visitors to Mr. Burger & Seafood’s new Orange location are quickly greeted by mural artwork courtesy of Port Arthur muralist Elias Sanchez.

It’s part of a welcoming decor that includes a spacious dining room, jukebox and TVs.

Mr. Burger & Seafood of Beaumont, the independent fast-food establishment, opened its Orange store on April 7.

The restaurant’s address is 1011 West Park Avenue, located across from the West Orange-Cove Consolidated Administration Building and minutes from downtown Orange.

Owner Terry Lewis aims to serve customers his family recipes, including the signature dish, “The Big Lew”, which bears his name.

The Big Lew Burger is a favorite on his food truck, and it can be found in both brick-and-mortar locations.

“It’s my design,” he said. “That’s how I make my burgers at home, so I put it on the menu.”

The aptly named sandwich features a ground beef patty, fried egg, cheese, bacon, pickles, lettuce, tomato and a large onion ring sandwiched between two hamburger buns.

Its other fast food offerings include kidney beans, pork chops, chicken wings, loaded fries, boil bags, seafood, crawfish and more.

Kidney beans are comparable to cowboy beans; ground beef is added to seasoned beans and they are served over rice or as a side dish.

Customers like Orange’s Denise Jackson, who frequented the Beaumont location and Mr. Burger’s truck, are eager to patronize the new Orange business.

“I love everything here: the environment, the food,” Jackson said. “I eat here every day.”

While recently waiting for her takeout lunch order, she enjoyed red beans served over rice with a side of cornbread at the counter.

Try these dishes and more when you visit Mr. Burger & Seafood Orange. Orders on the Orange site can be placed by calling 409-330-4400.

Customers can also walk in to order to go or dine at 1011 West Park.

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DEP seeks input on plan to improve equal access to public education Thu, 12 May 2022 23:56:50 +0000

State officials want people to give their input on the action plan to reform New Mexico’s education system.

The plan comes in response to the Yazzie-Martinez lawsuit which exposed a history of state failures to provide adequate education to the majority of public school students. The case led the court to order New Mexico to fix the system.

The work to come? A substantial overhaul after “decades of neglect and underfunding” that have affected young people with disabilities, those learning English, Native Americans and students from low-income families, summarizes the action report.

The Yazzie-Martinez judgment identified at-risk students as 70% of the total K-12 population in the state.

The state’s 55-page follow-up four years after the ruling also outlines several state efforts to comply with the court order.

Language course

First, the state says it is working on a plan with tribal leaders to develop a program model that uses traditional languages ​​and cultural preservation, with a long-term plan to create community-based Native American language programs.

The hope is that this model will increase the reading and math proficiency rates of Native American students by 50 percent by the end of the 2025-26 school year, according to the PED. In 2019, the proficiency rates for this group of students were 25% in reading and 12% in mathematics.

Money is a key supporting example of this need. New Mexico has increased its payments to the Indian Education Fund, aid that goes directly to tribal education departments, from $1.8 million in 2019 to $15 million in 2023. Most of this funding is for to the growth of tribal library systems to provide greater resources, such as high-speed Internet.

Technical access

In total, New Mexico has 89 school districts. The Yazzie-Martinez judgment highlights 23 that have the highest rate of at-risk students.

School districts in Gallup, Cuba, Albuquerque and Las Cruces are among those target districts, and many have struggled with internet access for students before and during remote learning in the age of the pandemic.

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Access to the Navajo Nation is expected to increase after the tribal government mobilized $70 million in federal matching funds to build fiber lines in the Pine Hill and Ramah areas, according to NMPED.

The state said it will also expand the pilot to reach students in more remote areas via television broadcast transmitters from the local PBS station that sends their assignments to their televisions.

Education officials want every student to have access to a digital device by the end of the 2023-2024 school year. They also estimate that every student will have access to reliable high-speed internet by the 2025-2026 school year.

More teachers

Teaching vacancies have doubled since last year, according to the NMSU Southwest Outreach Academic Research Evaluation and Policy Center. In 2021, the state reported 1,048 vacancies, compared to 571 openings in 2020.

Significant gaps in teacher diversity also mean that there is a push to recruit new teachers who better represent the students they serve.

In the 2020-2021 school year, white teachers made up 59% of educators employed by NMPED. Hispanic teachers made up 34%, Native American teachers 3%, and African American teachers 2%.

Now compare that to the overall student population which is 23% white, 62% Hispanic, 10% Native American, and 5% African American and you have what education officials call “l ‘teacher-student diversity gap’, which can lead to poorer outcomes for students of color.

“It is well established that students thrive when their teachers reflect the community in which they work,” says the action plan.

To attract more educators, the state is investing millions of dollars in local recruitment and offering school employees who are not teachers incentives to attend school and obtain a teacher’s license. Through the Grow Your Own Teachers Scholarship launched in 2019, state officials say 180 scholarships have been awarded under the program.

PED also plans to spend $35 million on a project to help pay for 490 education fellows who are educational assistants who want to transition into becoming full-time teachers where they work.

In addition to a pay raise, the state also offers loan repayment programs and professional development grants to help teachers.

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BBB issues fake charities warning for Ukraine Wed, 11 May 2022 04:17:00 +0000

SYLVANIA, Ohio (WTVG) – As the war in Ukraine continues, many of us are seeing mages of devastation on our televisions and computers. This may make you think about making a donation to help the people of Ukraine. Before doing so, the Better Business Bureau advises you to research anything that looks suspicious.

“One of the red flags that I always worry about is when a charity claims that 100% of your donation will help. If you, no matter what you give, 100% of it helps. charity can’t do that,” said Dick Eppstein, president of BBB Northwest Ohio and Southeast Michigan.

In the case of Ukrainian aid, Eppstein says he is wary of donation drives to collect supplies. He explains that they can have good intentions, but can also fail.

“How are they going to get him there?” I’m afraid that some of the things that are donated and shipped there end up in a warehouse somewhere and never get to people,” Eppstein adds.

Eppstein also recommends that you exercise caution when donating through a fundraising website unless you know of a specific family who created it.

“We are always concerned about crowdfunding campaigns because a GoFundMe campaign is easy to rig,” Eppstein continued. “In every disaster, you name it, there are always imposters. There’s always some fakes that will set up a website and start sending emails and say, you know, “Don’t you want to help? And, “Donate to us!” And all that. Who are these people? Why are they contacting you? We want you to donate to charities that have boots on the ground, that are experienced, that know how to help people in times of crisis. »

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DeepIntent’s “Innovating with Intent” Summit Sheds Light on the Future of CTV in the Pharmaceutical Industry Mon, 09 May 2022 12:30:00 +0000

Ad tech innovators and thought leaders from companies including Publicis Health Media, LiveRamp, VAB, FreeWheel, DoubleVerify, LG Ads Solutions and more joined DeepIntent to discuss opportunities for pharma marketers with CTV

DeepIntent Exclusive May 5 the event explored important topics including reaching patient audiences with precision, CTV identity resolution and effective measurement with ACR data

NEW YORK, May 9, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Healthcare Advertising Technology Company DeepIntent hosted a one-of-a-kind summit for pharma marketers with a dynamic mix of keynotes, panels and insightful fireside chats on the future of Connected TV (CTV) in pharmaceutical advertising this past Thursday.

DeepIntent’s “Innovate with intention” The summit featured an exclusive host of ad tech innovators and thought leaders from CTV’s pioneers, including Matterkind, LG Ads Solutions, Integral Ad Science, Magnite, Oracle, DoubleVerify, ID5, LiveRamp, TransUnion, Publicis Health Media, FreeWheel, the Video Advertising Bureau (VAB), and more.

“CTV is the new battleground for brands. It’s a war that will be fought with technology and data. Pharmaceutical brands that seize the opportunity to lean in, test and learn, and establish relationships with innovative partners will be best positioned to compete and outperform their competition,” said Chris Paquettefounder and CEO of DeepIntent, who delivered the State of Pharma CTV keynote.

As stated earlier, DeepIntent saw its CTV investments increase 25x on its platform by healthcare and pharmaceutical companies over the past year, with many pharmaceutical marketers gradually shifting budgets from linear to CTV to expand the incremental reach of their advertising campaigns. The summit aimed to highlight important topics for pharma marketers at the forefront of this movement, such as reaching patient audiences with precision, resolving CTV identity, and measuring effectively with ACR data.

“With its vast scale, enhanced targeting and measurement capabilities, CTV represents the future of programmatic advertising for pharmaceutical brands – but many myths and misconceptions persist in the market today. That’s why it was so important to us to use our unique position at the forefront of pharma marketing and the programmatic CTV movement to address these issues head-on and give brand marketers the insights they need to effectively capture this media at the future,” said Marcella Milliet SciorraMarketing Director at DeepIntent.

Important views expressed during the half-day summit included:

  • “We want to understand patient behavior. Do they go to a website for more information? Do they talk to a doctor? What’s the journey? There’s a lot of value in automatic content recognition (ACR) on CTV to be able to tell this story,” mentioned Jason PattersonSVP, Business Intelligence, at Publicis Health Media.
  • “There’s still education to be done. A lot of pharma marketers are comfortable with what they’re doing with television, which is a safe place because it hasn’t evolved in 50 years. It has so much changed over the past three years, and it’s our job to educate the market on the benefits of CTV,” said Lisa Kopp JohnsonSVP, Agency Development and Brand Partnerships, at Integral Ad Science.
  • “Popular 6-second ads are not ideal for CTV, especially for the pharmaceutical industry, given regulatory laws about what information must be included. As inventory opens, this allows the pharmaceutical industry to be much more successful because you have 30-second, 2-minute slots, which historically weren’t available programmatically,” said Greg JosephSenior Director, Demand Partnerships, at FreeWheel.
  • “Reach and frequency, along with more sophisticated brand security in video, will help break down the wall between linear and digital, and CTV is the perfect place for that to happen. I think trust will increase within a year – and so will budgets,” said Chris LangelGroup Vice President, General Manager – Global Measurement, at Oracle.
  • “Cord-cutters and cord-nevers are unreachable on linear television… The pandemic has taken what would have been a six- to 10-year curve and condensed it into six months,” said AJ Kintner, Vice President of Sales, East, at LG Ads Solutions.

New research from LG Ads and DeepIntent shows two-thirds of Americans would rather see ads than pay for CTV content

As part of the “Patient Views during the CTV Renaissance” presentation, DeepIntent SVP of Analytics John Mangano revealed for the first time new consumer research recently conducted in partnership with LG Advertising Solutionswhich oversees advertising and analysis of LG’s smart TVs.

build on previous DeepIntent studies examining the link between advertising and patient sentiment, the study showed that 65% of viewers say relevant ads improve their overall experience. Additionally, 66% of CTV viewers would rather see ads than pay for content, and a majority of viewers do not appear to understand or recognize the difference between ads viewed on a streaming service or app and those displayed via their cable or satellite box.

Later this month, DeepIntent will release more details about its research with LG Ads Solutions.

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Toulouse beats Munster on penalties and qualifies for the semi-finals of the Champions Cup Sat, 07 May 2022 18:10:16 +0000

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Paris (AFP)- Defending holders Toulouse beat Munster in a penalty shootout after they fought back to draw 24-24 at Dublin on Saturday to reach the European Champions Cup semi-finals.

In just the second shootout in the competition’s 27-year history, Conor Murray missed once and Ben Healy twice, while Toulouse landed their first four kicks.

In the previous shootout, Leicester Tigers beat Cardiff in the last four of 2009.

The French club will face either the Tigers or Leinster, who meet later on Saturday, next weekend.

“Against a great team, we will keep the memory of what we did here, it’s powerful,” Toulouse side Thomas Ramos told France Télévisions.

“It was a crazy match, with an atypical finish, we kept our heads better than them. We found it tough today, but we’re still in it.”

They were more than 40,000 at the Aviva Stadium, for a match moved to Dublin due to two concerts by Ed Sheeran at Munster’s Thomond Park in Limerick.

In the 19th quarter-final for both clubs, Alex Kendellen gave Munster an early lead but French fly-half Romain Ntamack responded after 12 minutes.

Just before the half-hour mark, Les Bleus winger Matthis Lebel went for a corner following a dominant scrum from the visitors.

Ireland fly-half Joey Carbery missed a 34th-minute penalty before atoning by setting up Keith Earls and converting the try to make it 14-14 at the break.

Munster controlled play after the break.

Carbery missed a penalty but full-back Mike Haley crossed after just four minutes into the second half.

Toulouse coach Ugo Mola then sent on three of the international forwards waiting on his bench, including Grand Slam-winning stalwart Cyril Baille.

Arnold’s Yellow

But things went wrong for Toulouse with the remaining half hour. Ireland winger Simon Zebo was tackled late by Rory Arnold, who received a yellow card from referee Luke Pearce.

Matthis Lebel scored twice in Toulouse’s win at Munster Lorraine O’SullivanAFP

As the Wallabies locked down Arnold, Carbery extended Munster’s advantage to 10 points, eventually succeeding with his third penalty attempt, with just over 20 minutes of regulation time remaining.

After Arnold returned, Lebel found a gap after a lineout and wildly avoided Zebo.

Ramos kicked off the simple conversion to silence the crowd and set up a tense 10-minute finale with Toulouse trailing 24-21.

Full-back Ramos then brought the teams level with a 75th-minute penalty.

With the clock in the red, Toulouse was penalized in Munster’s half.

Healy narrowly missed the long-range effort to send the game into two 10-minute overtime halves.

As the players began to tire and nerves on and off the pitch frayed, Healy and Ramos missed loose goals before Healy sent in a late attempt to send the game into a penalty shootout.

Healy missed both of his efforts on either side of Murray’s failed attempt, sending Toulouse clear with his four kicks to a fourth semi-final in as many years.

Later, last year’s runners-up La Rochelle host Montpellier before three-time losers Racing 92 face Sale Sharks on Sunday to decide the other semi-final.