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The display manufacturing process for both panel makers and suppliers continues to evolve in the face of new components and technologies. It’s essential to understand how changes affect display supply-and-demand variables, while also taking into account market-moving or influential signifiers, including trending industry developments, global patterns of consumption and disruptive flows of capital or investments.

Benefit from close and accurate tracking of display supply and demand with detailed treatment of technology developments that impact the display landscape. Our industry-leading display supply chain data and analysis encompasses all major display-enabled applications and supplier relationships—from panel makers to OEM/ODMs to brands.

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This service offers the most frequent update and complete analysis on the AMOLED display industry, including the market dynamics of shipments, revenues, price trends, brand demand trends and the competitive landscape.
Timely information and analysis covering major issues in the display industry, with over 20 insights provided per month. Quick and speedy analysis is delivered on current hot topics and developments in the LCD and OLED industries, and on display applications such as smartphones, tablets, TVs, monitors, notebooks, public displays, and handheld applications.
The premium version of the Display Dynamics Intelligence Service offers a more detailed examination of the overall display market. Covering all display Applications, the service offers a high-level view of display shipments, inventory, prices, fab utilization, supply chain, OEM/ODM production and shipments, set inventories, and component supply/demand. Additional premium deliverables include a monthly market brief and database, as well as client presentations.
A comprehensive service covering all aspects of displays utilized in tablets and notebooks. This offering, updated in real time, tracks panel shipments in detail as well as OEM production and forecasts, the supply chain, panel prices, feature and global market trends, supply and demand, and much more. This is “must-have” analysis for notebook and tablet industry players.
The most comprehensive service for all aspects of displays utilized for TVs. Updated in real time, the service tracks panel shipments, OEM production and forecasts, supply chain matrix, panel prices, feature trends, supply and demand, global market trends, and more. This is “must-have” analysis if your business is involved in the TV industry.


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  • Tadashi Uno | January 18, 2019
    The Large Area Display Cost Model covers large-area (9”+) displays for major applications: the LCD TV, monitor, and notebook PC applications. This model includes Excel data tables and PowerPoint. The cost model helps to understand the panel cost structure, forecast, and the profitability of each mainstream panels. Users can generate forecasts based on their data and assumptions.
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  • Tadashi Uno | January 10, 2019
    The Smartphone and Tablet Display Cost Model covers all smartphone and tablet LCD module and cell costs. Subscribers will be able to better understand the panel cost structure and profitability of mainstream sizes using the model’s Excel data tables.
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  • Joy Guo | January 08, 2019
    A semi-annual update on the Chinese AMOLED display industry with shipments, revenue, prices, strategies, capacity & technologies.
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  • David Hsieh | October 23, 2018
    This presentation was given in October 2018 at the Display Innovation CHINA 2018 / Beijing Summit and provides insights into the dynamics of the display market and technology dynamics, as well as outlook for 2019.
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  • Jerry Kang | October 23, 2018
    This special report discusses the current status of quantum dot OLED (QD OLED) development. QD OLED is considered to be a potential competitor for WOLED, but issues related to quantum dots, OLED, inkJet printing, and evaporation need to be overcome.
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  • Deborah Yang | October 22, 2018
    This is a presentation that dives in to the TV display & OEM supply chain analysis, competitiveness analysis and industry trend—including the preliminary business plans for 2019. ...
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  • Icon Senior Director, Display Manufacturing Technology
    Mr. Charles Annis serves as Senior Director within the IHS Technology group.
  • Icon Director, Display Supply Chain
    Ms. Deborah Yang is a Director within the IHS Technology group. She joined IHS in November 2014, when IHS acquired DisplaySearch, a leader in primary research and forecasting on the global display market. At DisplaySearch, she served as director of Taiwan and China display market research.
  • Icon Senior Principal Analyst, Emerging Display Technologies & OLED
    Jerry Kang is responsible for the OLED display market analysis at IHS. His main focus is the AMOLED panel and the next generation display market including flexible and transparent display with AMOLED.
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