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InfoComm China 2019: Digital Signage and Public Information DisplaysAugust 02, 2019InfoComm China 2019 was held from July 17-19 in Beijing, China. InfoComm China is the largest professional audiovisual trade show in Asia focused on the ProAV industry, and is part of a global alliance of tradeshows. Over 100 products were newly launched at the show to China and to Asia. For the purpose of this report, IHS Markit is mainly focusing on coverage of large format displays including LCD, OLED, and LED display technology.Subscribers Only
LED videowalls – Fine pitch LED video technology trends in digital signageApril 18, 2019With the introduction of many different types of fine pixel pitch LED displays surfacing in the digital signage market, there can be confusion on how to differentiate these types of LED products. For digital signage applications, IHS Markit emphasizes a greater focus on pixel pitch rather than chip size, but we still want to provide clarity on how we classify mini LED versus micro LED.Subscribers Only
[Display Dynamics] Three issues surrounding the AMOLED market in 2015January 16, 2015In 2014, the AMOLED panel industry was apparently baffled by an unexpected dip in demand. Many of the flagship smartphones featuring AMOLED were not welcome in the market, and AMOLED for TVs and tablets, though launched as an ambitious bid, also fell flat due to its weak price competitiveness not matching up to that of liquid crystal display (LCD). That is why the year 2015 is going to be a very important year for the AMOLED panel industry. First of all, it would need to regain the lost pride in the smartphone panel market and strengthen the price competitiveness of the AMOLED for TV and tablet use.
[Display Dynamics] “Soluble” AMOLED technology, optimal method for large-sized AMOLED TVJanuary 01, 2015Whether it be WOLED or “soluble” AMOLED, in order to enter the AMOLED TV market, many technical issues must first be addressed. As of now, there is no way to be sure that these issues will be addressed nor about the exact timing. Still, one thing is clear that if it takes too long to address the issues, the chances of the AMOLED TV being well received in the market as a promising product will fall greatly.
[Display Dynamics] Current state of China’s AMOLED panel industry - To become a giant or remain a dwarfOctober 28, 2014In 2014, a number of Chinese panel companies have rushed to unveil active-matrix organic light-emitting diode (AMOLED) panel prototypes. So far, as many as five Chinese panel makers—BOE Optoelectronics Technology Co., China Star Optoelectronics Technology Co., EverDisplay Optronics Ltd., Tianma Micro-electronics Co., and Visionox Co.—have rolled out prototypes and at least nine companies are planning to enter the AMOLED panel market. If they all succeed in mass producing AMOLED panels within a year or two, the current AMOLED panel market landscape dominated by South Korean companies may well change to great extent.
[Display Dynamics] Is Xiaomi ready for going global?September 22, 2014Xiaomi Corp. made headlines in early August after it took the crown from Samsung Electronics Co. in sales of smartphones in China in the second quarter of 2014. The result might vary depending on estimates calculated in different ways, but it came as a large shock that this only four-year old Chinese company is threatening Samsung Electronics, which has been the largest smartphone seller in the Chinese market for years where it successfully beat rival Apple Inc.