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Reportlinker Adds World Organic Electronics Market Report

New York, NY | Posted on May 18th, 2009

World Organic Electronics Market www.reportlinker.com/p0119486/World-Organic-Electronics-Market.html This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Organic Electronics in US$ Millions. The market for Organic Electronics is analyzed by the following application markets: OLED Displays, OLED Lighting, RFID Tags, OTFT Backplanes, TFPV/Organic Photovoltaic, and Sensors. Annual forecasts are provided for the period of 2006 through 2015. The report profiles 117 companies including many key and niche players worldwide such as AGC Seimi Chemical Co., Ltd., Aixtron AG, BASF Future Business GmbH, Cambridge Display Technology Ltd., Ciba Specialty Chemicals Holding Inc., Corning Incorporated, E Ink Corporation, E. I. Du Pont de Nemours and Company, Eastman Kodak Company, eMagin Corporation, H.C. Starck GmbH, Merck KGaA, OSRAM GmbH, Poly-Optical Products, Inc., Plastic Logic, Samsung SDI Co., Ltd., Seiko Epson Corporation, Sharp Corporation, Solvay S.A, TDK Corporation, Tohoku Pioneer Corporation, and Univision Technology, Inc. Market data and analytics are derived from primary and secondary research. Company profiles are mostly extracted from URL research and reported select online sources.

ORGANIC ELECTRONICS A GLOBAL STRATEGIC BUSINESS REPORT MCP-1808 CONTENTS I. INTRODUCTION, METHODOLOGY & PRODUCT DEFINITIONS Study Reliability and Reporting Limitations I-1 Disclaimers I-2 Data Interpretation & Reporting Level I-2 Quantitative Techniques & Analytics I-3 Product Definitions and Scope of Study I-3 II. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 1. Global Market Overview II-1 Outlook: Exponential Growth Ahead II-1 Table 1: Market Potential for Organic Electronics based Applications: 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-1 2. Organic Electronics And Materials - An Insight II-2 Introduction II-2 History II-2 Processing Techniques II-2 Materials used in Organic Electronics: II-2 Functionality II-2 Conductors II-3 Organic Semiconductors II-3 Substrates II-3 Dielectrics II-3 Types of Materials II-3 Small molecules II-3 Polymers II-3 Oligomers II-4 Organic/Inorganic Hybrids II-4 Quest for New Materials II-4 Printability - A Key Factor II-5 Organic Electronics - Components and Products II-6 Organic Electronics - Applications, Advantages and Competing Technologies II-6 Challenges Faced II-6 Key Players II-7 Manufacturers of Organic Electronic Materials - Product Matrix II-8 Patent Filing II-8 Table 2: Number of Organic Semiconductor Technology PatentsFiled Worldwide: (1999-2005) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-9 3. Review of Application Markets II-10 Organic Light Emitting Diodes II-10 OLEDs - Poised for Strong Growth II-10 Benefits of OLEDs in Various Applications II-10 Geographic Landscape II-11 Supply Chain II-11 OLED Displays II-11 Benefits Galore II-12 Limitations II-12 OLED Technology Enters Television Market II-12 Challenges II-13 High Cost of Manufacturing II-13 Competition from Alternative Technologies II-13 Market Participants II-13 Technology Innovators II-13 Research Based Firms II-14 Application Designers II-14 Fabrication Equipment Suppliers II-14 Contract Manufacturers II-14 Organic Material Vendors II-14 Leading Players in OLED Displays Market II-14 Table 3: Leading Players in the Global OLED Displays Market (2008E): Percentage Breakdown by Value Sales for Samsung SDI, LG Electronics, RiT Displays, Pioneer, Univision, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-15 OLED Lighting II-15 Companies into OLED Lighting II-15 Organic Thin Film Transistors II-16 RFID Tags II-16 Companies Involved II-16 RFID Tags -The Timeline II-17 O-TFT Backplanes II-17 O-TFT Backplanes - The Timeline II-17 Sensors II-18 Participants II-18 Organic Sensors - TheTimeline II-18 Organic Photovoltaics II-18 Promising Technology II-18 The Timeline II-19 Participants II-19 Key Benefits II-20 Intelligent Packaging II-20 Printed Memory II-20 Developments II-20 Timeline II-21 E-Textiles II-21 Organic Lasers II-21 4. Review Across Select Regional Markets II-22 United States II-22 Japan II-22 Japanese Government Initiatives Through Nedo II-22 Timeline (*) for NEDO's Organic EL Related Projects in METI by Division - Electronics and Information Technology and Nanotechnology and Materials II-22 NEDO's Projects in Organic Electronics (Related to Electronics and Information Technologies) by Budget, Development Objectives, and Selected Organizations II-23 Europe II-24 Government Funding and Initiatives II-24 Germany - The Global leader in Organic Electronics: II-24 Government and Industry Players Invest in Organic Photovoltaics Research II-25 United Kingdom II-25 Asia II-26 5. Product Innovations/Introductions II-27 Eastman Kodak Launches EK-GD403 II-27 Eastman Kodak Introduces KODAK OLED Wireless Frame II-27 CDT and Silvaco Develop UOTFT SPICE Model II-27 eMagin to Unveil SXGA OLED-XL Microdisplay II-27 Toshiba Matsushita Develops OLED Panel with Longest Product Life Span II-28 Corning Unveils Jade Glass II-28 Samsung SDI Introduces 31-inch Organic Display Screen II-28 DuPont Develops New OLED Materials II-28 OSRAM Launches Transparent White OLED II-28 LG.Philips and Universal Display Develop AMOLED Display II-29 6. Recent Industry Activity II-30 Sumitomo to Construct P-OLED Manufacturing Process Development Line II-30 Sumitomo, CDT and Novaled Enter into an Agreement II-30 Sigma-Aldrich Enters into an Agreement with Plextronics II-30 CSEM Enters into Agreement with Ciba II-30 Visionox Starts Mass Production of OLEDs II-31 Competitive Technologies Enters into an Agreement with Articulated Technologies II-31 Sumitomo Acquires Cambridge Display Technology II-31 AIXTRON Receives Order from IPMS II-31 Vitex to Partner with Novaled II-32 Toshiba Matsushita to Manufacture OEL Panels II-32 Universal Display Corporation Secures U.S. DOE Contract II-32 Samsung Electronics to Enter into Joint Venture with Samsung SDI II-32 Rohm and Haas Takes Over Gracel Display II-33 Dupont to Enter into an Alliance with Dainippon Screen II-33 Merck Enters into Partnership with DELO II-33 Merck to Acquire the Intellectual Property Portfolio of OLED-T II-33 CDT Takes Over Next Sierra II-34 Eastman Kodak Enters into Agreement with CMO and CMEL II-34 Plextronics Secures Phase II Funding Contract from The U.S.

Display Consortium II-34 Philips and Osram Enter into Cross-license Agreement II-34 Universal Display Enters into Agreement with CMEL II-34 BASF to Establish Organic Electronics R&D Center in Singapore II-35 UK to Establish New Plastic Electronics Center II-35 GE, Tokki Corp Enter into an Agreement to Develop PECVD Film Encapsulation II-35 Ciba to Enter into Collaboration with VTT II-35 Unidym Enters into Agreement with IMRE II-35 BASF Future Business and Polyera Collaborate to Develop and Market Organic Semiconductors II-36 BASF Future Business and Rieke Metals to Commercialize Organic Semiconductors II-36 Ciba Specialty Chemicals and VTT Technical Research Center Collaborate in Printed Electronics II-36 ORFID and BASF to Team Up for Development of Printable Organic Electronics II-37 Mitsui and Idemitsu Form OLED Alliance II-37 Fuji Photo Develops Plastic Optical Fiber with Maximum Data- Carrying Capability II-37 U.S Army and eMagin Sign an Agreement for Research on OLED II-37 Universal Display and Mitsubishi Chemical Collaborate on Printable OLED Materials II-38 7. Focus on Select Global Players II-39 AGC Seimi Chemical Co., Ltd. (Japan) II-39 Aixtron AG (Germany) II-39 BASF Future Business GmbH (Germany) II-39 Cambridge Display Technology Ltd. (UK) II-39 Ciba Specialty Chemicals Holding Inc. (Switzerland) II-40 Corning Incorporated (USA II-40 E Ink Corporation (USA) II-40 E. I. Du Pont de Nemours and Company (USA) II-40 Eastman Kodak Company (USA) II-41 eMagin Corporation (USA) II-41 H.C. Starck GmbH (Germany) II-42 Merck KGaA (Germany) II-42 OSRAM GmbH (Germany) II-42 Poly-Optical Products, Inc. (USA) II-42 Plastic Logic (UK) II-43 Samsung SDI Co., Ltd. (South Korea) II-43 Seiko Epson Corporation (Japan) II-43 Sharp Corporation (Japan) II-43 Solvay S.A (Belgium) II-44 TDK Corporation (Japan) II-44 Tohoku Pioneer Corporation (Japan) II-44 Univision Technology, Inc. (Taiwan) II-44 8. Global Market Perspective II-45 Table 4: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis on Organic Electronics by Application Markets-OLED Displays, OLED Lighting, RFID Tags, OTFT Backplanes, TFPV/Organic Photovoltaic, and Sensors Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2006 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-45 Table 5: World 10-Year Perspective on Organic Electronics by Application Markets-OLED Displays, OLED Lighting, RFID Tags, OTFT Backplanes, TFPV/Organic Photovoltaic, and Sensors for Years 2006, 2009 & 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-46 III.

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