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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 | May 18, 2020
    Samsung Display has ever been the largest LCD maker in the world but in recent years the company starts to restructure the LCD business. As the company strategy shift to RGB OLED, QD OLED and QNED and so on, Samsung Display will retreat from LCD business in 2020-2021, and possible remain only a small portion of the LCD capacity from then to serve on specific customers and specific applications. This analysis provides the logical explanation about the reasons why Samsung Display restructure the LCD business. Omdia summarizes seven main reasons: large area LCD, profitability, China’s growing LCD capacity, the strategic shift between LCD and OLED, the value added for LCD, supply chain leverage, the open cell business model and the new focus of quantum dot display.
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  • Kelly Lum, Tay Kim | March 24, 2020
    At the onset of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, many believed the only issue facing the displays market would be supply chain constraints in China, which would soon normalize and disappear. However, the coronavirus is now categorized as a global pandemic, with the number of reported cases showing no signs of slowing in the immediate future. As the number of cases in China enters a stabilization phase, the severity of the outbreak has multiplied in other parts of the world, causing an increase in global digital signage demand and supply chain issues toward the end of the first quarter.
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  • Kelly Lum, Tay Kim | March 09, 2020
    A few of the leading signage display brands recently launched their ‘Micro’ LCD videowall products and are already beginning to report shipments during the second half of 2019. LGE, NEC, Planar, and Samsung are already competing in this newest videowall segment, with very similar specifications across each of these product offerings.
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  • Jimmy Kim, Ph.D. | May 27, 2020
    Gain a reliable single source of market information on the entire range of TFT LCD backlights. The Display Backlight Market Tracker covers the entire value chain for large-sized TFT LCD backlight units (BLUs).
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  • Tadashi Uno | May 14, 2020
    Monitor the market for LCD glass substrates. The Display Glass Market Tracker is the industry standard for tracking LCD glass substrates, a material essential to TFT LCD production.
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  • Tadashi Uno | May 13, 2020
    Understand cost drivers for large-area panels used in LCD TVs, monitors and notebook PCs. The Large Area Display Cost Model covers large-area (9-inch+) displays for major applications: LCD TV, monitors, and notebook PC.
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  • David Hsieh | October 28, 2019
    This is a special presentation made by David Hsieh, senior director in IHS Markit technology display research to specially focus on the China LCD and OLED makers' strategy. This was presented in IHS Markit Korea Display Conference in the middle of October 2019. The original name of the presentation is "China display market latest trend and players' strategies". China makers now owns the largest TFT array capacity (for LCD and OLED backplane). China makers' aggressiveness and strategies are now changing the display industry.
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  • Chase Li | March 26, 2019
    This presentation was delivered at the IHS Markit Display Korea Conference on March 2019 by Chase Li, Senior Research Analyst. He discussed the recent activities in China, including the latest supporting policies from the China government, technology trends in the Chinese panel makers’ segment, light diming concerns on AMOLED, and current progress in the IJP OLED industry.
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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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