Research and Markets: How Plastic Electronics and Carbon Nanotubes Are Creating New Opportunities in the Display Business
This new report, The Market for Flexible Displays and Field Emission Displays provides an account of how Plastic Electronics and Carbon Nanotubes are Creating New Opportunities in the Display Business and it also analyzes and quantifies the impact of nanotubes and conductive plastics on the display industry in the coming eight years. Questions answered by this report include the following:
-- What current issues with television and microdisplays will these new materials/technology platforms help solve?
-- What is the likely roadmap for nano-enabled displays? (The report contains a detailed timetable broken out by type of display and application segment.)
-- Where are the real market opportunities for novel display products such as "electronic paper" and FED TVs? Will field emission devices ever be used for microdisplays? Will plastic displays ever make it into the television market?
-- What marketing and manufacturing strategies are the firms in this space adopting? How far can the IP-centric/fabless model take them? (The report includes profiles of 12 leading firms active in this space, as well as a summary of activities by cooperative groups in Asia and Europe.)
-- How will the evolution of polymer inks and industrial ink-jet printers change the display market? How will carbon nanotubes be used in plastic electronics?
-- What is the market size and growth potential for the new generation of nano-enabled displays? (This report provides eight-year growth projections broken out by type of technology and application area. Areas forecast in this report include: outdoor/billboard displays, shelf-edge displays/electronic labels, television displays (by screen size), computer displays (desktops, notebooks and workstations), cellphones, smartphones/PDAs, handheld/portable video devices, industrial/medical handhelds, electronic games, automotive and aerospace.)
This report is designed to provide critical information for firms involved in the display market and their materials and device suppliers. Readers who will find this report invaluable will include strategic planning and business development executives, marketers and product managers, as well as venture capitalists and investment bankers.
For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c19543