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Abstract:
According to a new market research report, ‘Global Next-Generation Display Market (2009 - 2014)', published by MarketsandMarkets (www.marketsandmarkets.com/), the total global next-generation display market is expected to be worth US$16.9 billion by 2014, out of which the Asia market will account for nearly 42% of the total revenues. The global market is expected to record a CAGR of 20% from 2009 to 2014.

Global Next-Generation Display Market worth US$16.9 Billion by 2014

Posted on July 13th, 2009

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Environmental concerns are driving the need for greener and low-power-consuming display systems. Efficient and advanced display systems with enhanced image quality and lower power consumption is the need of the hour.

In the next-generation display market, 2D one sided display market is the largest segment; and is expected to reach US$8.4 billion by 2014 at a CAGR of 11.5%. The high market size of 2D one sided display is mainly due to its low power consumption and applicability in wide range of applications such as industrial, advertisement and public information, entertainment and consumer electronics. The touch screen display market is estimated to be $2.3 billion in 2014.

Low labor cost and early initiatives have made Asia the dominant player in the next-generation display market. In 2009, the market share is estimated to be 52% with a size of $3.7 billion. Furthermore, Asia's large LED and OLED supplier-base also helps in making the manufacturing of these displays cost effective. Europe is expected to have the second-highest market for
next-generation displays. However, large consumer base of next- generation display devices in the U.S. and Europe makes them the most attractive market for display components and device manufacturers.

The report is titled ‘Global Next-Generation Display Market (2009-2014)' and was published in July 2009.

Scope of the report

This report, aims to identify and analyze display products that consume less power compared to average LCD, CRT and plasma display. The report discusses the segmentation of the global next-generation display market as follows:

• Next-generation display product market: Flexible, transparent, three-dimensional, midair, double-sided, touch screen, and 2D one-sided displays
• Next-generation display ingredient market: Nano-materials, plastic substrates, metals, polymers
• Next-generation display application market: Mobile phones, consumer electronics, industrial applications, movie/entertainment, TV/monitors, defense and aerospace, medical, automotive, advertising and public display, and e-reader

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