Display Materials & Components

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  • Ken Park, Paul Gray | November 28, 2016
    The news of Samsung’s acquisition of QD Vision, a US-based provider of quantum dots is interesting as it would appear as duplication of existing activities. Samsung is currently selling its SUHD TVs with its own cadmium-free quantum dot technology. This is sourced-in-house from Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology with production by Hansol Chemical. Samsung is cooperating with, Nanosys, to develop quantum dot technologies further. This report analyzes the implications of this acquisition, including motivations, and potential threats from OLED that may have inspired the move.
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  • September 16, 2016
    Touch Taiwan is a well-known touch panel and optical film exhibition that includes coverage of flat panel display and materials/components industries in Taiwan... .
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  • Kihyun Kim | July 29, 2016
    This report provides an in-depth view of OLED encapsulation technology, cost, makers, and supply demand.
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  • Kihyun Kim | November 16, 2015
    The Display Chemical Materials Report – 2015 examines the top seven chemical materials used in manufacturing a TFT LCD panel. The key materials include photoresist, etchant, stripper, and developer, which are used in manufacturing both TFT arrays and color filters. The remaining three are RGB resist, resin BM, and photo spacer, which are used in making color filters. The report also deals with global demand trends by region, major panel maker, and production line from 2011 to 2019. This report, which provides a great deal of insight on the TFT LCD chemical materials market, is vital in understanding the market.
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  • Irene Heo | March 18, 2015
    Year 2014 was a challenging one for touch panel makers. With excessive supply and continued price pressure, the companies are no longer able to turn a profit. In addition, the growth of tablet PCs and mobile phones, which have driven the touch market up to now, is slowing down, and the...
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  • Kihyun Kim | November 29, 2016
    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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  • Tadashi Uno | November 28, 2016
    The Display Driver IC Market Tracker is a quarterly report that covers the shipments, prices, revenue, value chain (supply chain) dynamics, wafer foundries, new technologies, interfaces, and display resolutions that influence driver ICs across all applications.
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  • Tadashi Uno | November 28, 2016
    The Display Glass Market Tracker is the industry standard for tracking LCD glass substrates, a material essential to TFT LCD production. The trackings include capacity, shipments, new glass tank schedules, and volumes by location and supplier, the relationship between glass substrate suppliers and panel makers, supply/demand analysis, price, revenues, and new glass substrate product trends such as thinner glass and new glass substrate technologies. Backed by a global team of analysts, this report covers supplier capacity, shipments, prices, demand forecasts, and much more including touch cover glass.
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Analysts View All (7)

  • 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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