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LCD panel makers fab utilization to recover, passing the 90 percent mark in Q3 2016August 10, 2016The LCD fab utilization rate is projected to reach 90.2 percent in the third quarter. The factors affecting the rise in utilization rate are increase in demand for TV panels,healthy inventory level of panel makers, and drop in panel makers’ production yield. The tight fab capacity of panel manufacturers will lead to a rise in panel prices in the third quarter of 2016.
[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.
[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.
It Takes More Than Flexible OLED to Make Flexible SmartphoneOctober 14, 2013The release of the flexible organic light-emitting diode (OLED) seems more attainable than ever. Samsung Electronics Co. unveiled the Galaxy Round, a smartphone with a curved OLED display...Subscribers Only
Driven by Apple and Samsung, Light Sensors Achieve Double-Digit Revenue GrowthJuly 30, 2013Light and proximity sensors in mobile handsets and tablets are set for expansive double-digit growth within a five-year period, thanks to increasing usage by electronic giants...
Auto MEMS Sensors to Keep Expanding toward Banner Growth in 2014Safety mandates in cars like ESC and TPMS will be the main driversJuly 15, 2013Sales of automotive microelectromechanical system (MEMS) sensors are expected to reach a high-water mark in two years as car-safety mandates come to full maturity and achieve maximum saturation...
Combo MEMS Inertial Sensors Motor Their Way to Brisk Growth in the Automotive MarketMay 13, 2013Combo microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) sensors for automotive applications are off to another exhilarating ride this year as revenue continues to climb, spurred by rapidly...