The semiconductor and electronics industry reported constant growth from the time it came into being, approximately 40 years ago, until the economic crisis in 2009. The industry was able to cope from short term economic challenges, such as the bursti ....see more
The global E-Paper market experienced significant growth in the year 2009 on account of the success of the E-Reader market. Enhanced features like low power consumption, easiness of reading have played a pivotal role in the growth of the E-Paper market.
The sensor technology is expected to change the way we live and work, and even our interaction with the physical environment. Sensor technology has wide scale applications, and this market report focuses specifically on the use of sensor technology in consumer electronics. The report also analyzes the current and future trends in the market for this technology.
The global LED chips market is thus witnessing an increasing demand, and companies are expanding their manufacturing capabilities to meet this demand. High brightness LED chips currently enjoy high growth as the backlighting application in TVs is shifting from traditional CCFL technology to LED technology.
This report highlights the basic structure of the nanophotonics market and its various sub-segments, including LEDs (Light-Emitting Diodes), OLEDs (Organic Light-Emitting Diodes), NFO (Near Field Optics), Nanophotonic ICs (Integrated Circuits), Optical Switches, Optical Amplifiers and Holographic memory. These individual markets are further broken down into their respective sub-segments based on products, ingredients and applications.
This report highlights the basic structure of the low power consuming next generation display market and its various sub-segments. LCD displays have been taken as the benchmark for power consumption; and only those display technologies have been considered that consume lesser power than LCDs. These include electrochromic displays, electrophoretic displays, electrowetting, LED, OLED, FED (Field Emitting Displays) and electroluminescent and excluded CRT, LCD and plasma.