Display Materials & Components

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The arrival of new form factors, weight efficiencies and technological advances into new application areas have equal impacts on display components and materials. Quantum dot technology, for instance, has gained greater attention as OLED is finally meeting the cost requirements provided historically by LCD.

Gain insight into the key components of the display space, including materials such as glass, film, ICs and backlights—as well as on the critical ingredients used in LCD and OLED manufacturing—with our wide-ranging research. Well-timed, critical analysis on vital market indicators like supply and demand, technology trends, value chains and cost structures is also included.

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  • David Hsieh, Charles Annis, Jerry Kang | February 26, 2019
    At the MWC (Mobile World Congress) 2019, Samsung and Huawei announced their first smartphone with a foldable display, respectively. The Samsung Galaxy Fold and Huawei Mate X represent the new form factor and include new technologies featuring flexible OLED displays. This special report from IHS Markit analyses the display form factor, challenges and opportunities, technology, and supply chain.
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  • Irene Heo | January 23, 2019
    Polarizer production capacity and demand is expected to increase, as investment in large LCD fabs increases. Global polarizer supply should be balanced with demand well until 2022, but there are growing concerns polarizer sub-films could grow much more slowly than the growth in polarizer supply.
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  • Stacy Wu, Alex Kang | January 18, 2019
    CES (Consumer Electronics Show) is the world's gathering place for all those who thrive on the business of consumer technologies. It has served as the proving ground for innovators and breakthrough technologies for 50 years — the global stage where next-generation innovations are introduced to the marketplace.
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  • Tadashi Uno | March 14, 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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  • Jimmy Kim, Ph.D. | March 05, 2019
    This report deals with market analysis and forecast regarding organic light-emitting materials, consumption of the materials by AMOLED panel maker, and the status of organic light-emitting materials suppliers.
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  • Charles Annis, Chase Li | March 01, 2019
    ​The Equipment Design Wins Data Base tracks key equipment types, units by factory and equipment vendor. Content will be expanded over time in future updates.
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  • Icon Principal Analyst, Display Chemical Materials
    Richard Son is responsible for the research and analysis of the display materials market at IHS Technology. With four years of experience, he conducts an in-depth market analysis, particularly focusing on touch, mobile screen cover, and display materials.
  • Icon Director, Large Display
    Mr. Yoonsung Chung is a Senior Manager of Analysis & Research within the IHS Technology group.
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