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International Display Materials (OLED, LED, TFT-LCD, LED-LCD, Plasma, LCOS, DLP) Market - Forecasts to 2020

DUBLIN, IRELAND -- (Marketwired) -- 07/15/14 -- Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/v47lcm/display_materials) has announced the addition of the "Display Materials Market by Material, Technology, Application & Geography - Global Forecast to 2013 - 2020" report to their offering.

The role of dielectric display materials in display panels has evolved so as to meet the changing requirements of the new and more advanced chip designs and packaging technologies. Dielectric materials are an integral part of the display panels that define the nature and the role of the displays.

The technological innovations, research, and the fabrication processes of the materials and displays, altogether, have propelled the display industry to greater heights. As the consumers demand more functionality in lighter and user-friendly devices, more and more sophisticated materials are being discovered and designed for the fabrication of the displays.

The research published on display materials covers significant game-changing materials in the display panels that are from components such as electrodes, substrates, and encapsulation layers; these materials define whether the display will be a LCD, LED, OLED, TFT, flexible, transparent, or 3D. There are several important trends which have been driving the technological innovations in the display industry since its early days, and which, directly or indirectly, are driving the display materials market, currently.

These trends include image quality, screen size, portability, power savings, interconnectivity, user-friendliness. While these trends still remain as strong undercurrents, new drivers are being introduced such as, the need for the flexible, wearable, foldable, transparent, and 3D technologies that will play a more prominent role in shaping the display industry.

The display material study also talks about the different applications in which the materials are incorporated that are in conventional displays, flexible displays, transparent displays, and 3D displays. The technological segmentation that is described in the study includes LCD displays, TFT-LCD displays, LED displays, OLED displays, liquid crystals on silicon displays (LCoS), plasma displays, flexible displays, and so on.

Lastly, the dielectric display materials research study is segmented on the basis of geography in to North America, Europe, the Asia-Pacific (APAC), and Rest of the World (ROW).

Apart from the market segmentation, analysis and the respective data, the report also includes qualitative analysis of various market dynamics such as, drivers, restraints, opportunities, burning issues, and winning imperatives. The report includes profiles of prominent market players in the display materials segment and display manufacturers with their respective company market share analysis.

Scope

Material


--  Metal Oxide 
--  a-Silicon 
--  LTPS 
--  PET 
--  PEN 
--  Photonic Crystals

Technology


--  OLED 
--  LED 
--  TFT-LCD 
--  LED-LCD 
--  Plasma 
--  LCOS 
--  DLP

Application


--  Conventional 
--  3D 
--  Transparent 
--  Flexible

Key Topics Covered:

1 Introduction

2 Executive Summary

3 Market Overview

4 Market By Materials

5 Dielectric Market By Technology

6 Dielectric Materials Market By Application

7 Dielectric Materials Market By Geography

8 Competitive Landscape

Company Profiles:


--  BASF 
--  Corning Incorporated 
--  Dupont Display 
--  Honeywell Electronics Materials 
--  Kent Displays 
--  Kolon Industries 
--  Lg Display 
--  Materion Corporation 
--  Merck Performance Materials 
--  Nec Display Solutions 
--  Nkt Photonics 
--  Novaled Ag 
--  Plastic Logic 
--  Plextronics 
--  Polyera Corporation 
--  Samsung Corning Precision Materials 
--  Samsung Display 
--  Schott Ag 
--  Tecnisco 
--  Toppan Co. Ltd.

Universal Display Corporation

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/v47lcm/display_materials

Sector: Computing and Technology

Over 400 of the Fortune 500 buy their research from Research and Markets. Some of our clients in the area of Computing and Technology include:


--  Apple Inc. 
--  Intel Corporation 
--  Microsoft Corporation 
--  Philips 
--  IBM Corp. 
--  Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. 
--  McKinsey & Company, Inc. 
--  Accenture plc 
--  Vishay Electronic GmbH 
--  Seagate Technology PLC 
--  Lenzing AG 
--  The Boston Consulting Group GmbH 
--  Genetec 
--  Marker LLC 
--  DreamBox Learning 
--  Roland Berger Strategy Consultants

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