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35th IHS Markit Display Japan ForumJuly 26-27, 2018 | Tokyo, JapanIHS Markit is holding the 35th IHS Display Japan Forum in Tokyo, Japan on July 26-27, 2018.
Record Number of OLED TVs Shipped Before the Holidays, IHS Markit SaysJanuary 05, 2018With consumer television prices falling, global shipments of organic light-emitting diode (OLED) TVs grew 133 percent year over year, reaching a new monthly record of 270,000 units in November 2017, during the lead-up to the holiday shopping season.
AMOLED Fine Metal Mask Market Expected to Reach $1.2 Billion by 2022, IHS Markit SaysJuly 05, 2017As active-matrix organic light-emitting diode (AMOLED) displays quickly displace liquid crystal displays (LCDs) in smartphones, panel makers are rapidly adding new production capacity, accelerating the demand for the fine metal mask (FMM), a critical production component used to manufacture red-green-blue (RGB) AMOLEDs.
Automotive Touch Screen Shipments to Top 50 Million Units in 2017, IHS Markit SaysMay 30, 2017With consumers already accustomed with using smartphones and tablet PCs in their everyday lives, touch screens are now increasingly making their way into their vehicles, too.
As Larger TVs Gain Popularity, TV Panel Area Demand to Grow 8 Percent in 2017, IHS Markit SaysJanuary 23, 2017Demand for TV panels in terms of area is forecast to reach 143 million square meters in 2017, up 8 percent from 2016, contributing to a 6 percent growth in the overall display market, according to IHS Markit (Nasdaq: INFO), a world leader in critical information, analytics and solutions.
Chinese Panel Makers Top Over One Million Units in Quarterly Shipments for AMOLED Smartphone Displays, IHS Markit SaysDecember 22, 2016Chinese panel manufacturers shipped more than one million AMOLED (active-matrix organic light-emitting diode) smartphone displays for the first time in the third quarter of 2016.
Business Continuity PlanningFebruary 16, 2016Whether your business is small or large, whether your company outsources manufacturing, builds in-house, sells wallets or smartphones, it is wise to expect that there will be an unforeseen crisis looming sometime in the future. Recently, the world has been bombarded by events that strain the resources necessary to maintain operational capabilities. Natural and man-made disasters, epidemics, strikes, and political and military unrest have all captured the world's attention. In today’s interconnected world, focused on cost cutting and lean supply chains there is little spare capacity in the systems.Subscribers Only
WEBINAR - Audiovisual industry trends: 2018 and beyondLed by: Tom Morrod, Senior Director, Consumer ElectronicsView on-demand
Presented by: IHS Markit Technology Group and AVIXAThe Pro-AV industry is evolving rapidly, and through 2022 global revenues are expected to increase 4.7% CAGR. Join this webinar to learn about key drivers and trends reshaping the industry, the evolution of products and services critical to Pro-AV, and market opportunities for digital signage, broadcast, security, cinema, and more.
WEBINAR - Pro-AV in the service sectors: Striving for improved CXLed by: Tom Morrod, Senior Director, Consumer ElectronicsView on-demand
Presented by: IHS Markit Technology Group and AVIXAProviding an engaging consumer experience is a must in today’s service industries such as hospitality, restaurant, retail, live event, cinema, and healthcare. Challenges in gaining consumer mind space and market share are building in the fast changing service industries. Discover why service industries should look to Pro-AV to provide a better consumer experience, how to implement the latest technologies, and best practices in the most effective use cases.
DisplaySearch is Now Part of IHS TechnologyNovember 09, 2015
DisplaySearch joined IHS in 2014 as a leading provider of reliable information, highly insightful analysis, and industry events specifically focused on the display supply chain and display-related industries. The combination of IHS and DisplaySearch research leaves no part of the industry uncovered, with wide and detailed data and analysis on end-applications, features, technologies and manufacturing - in every major region around the world, in every part of the supply chain.
[Display Dynamics] CES 2015: Quantum dot TV - Samsung concealed while LG revealedFebruary 04, 2015In CES 2015, regarding quantum dot applied TVs - a hot keyword of 2014 - Samsung Electronics included them under the SUHD TV lineup, and LG Electronics advertised them under the name Color Prime TV, as a product level lower than OLED TV.
AMOLED TV Panel Market to See Limited Shipments in Coming YearsFebruary 06, 2013Although active-matrix organic light-emitting-diode (AMOLED) televisions headlined last month’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES), shipments of these high-end panels will remain limited in the coming years, according to the IHS iSuppli OLED and Emerging Display Service at information and analytics provider IHS (NYSE: IHS).
Shipments of AMOLED TV panels are expected to climb to 1.7 million units in 2015, up from 1,600 in 2013. While the jump in shipments is large, the total number of AMOLED panels by that time remains negligible compared to the vast number of liquid crystal display (LCD) panels being shipped. The figure shown presents data on shipments of AMOLED TV display panels, not of AMOLED TVs themselves.