November 2011
  • November 15, 2011 Category: Advanced Materials Emerging Electronics

    NanoMarkets announced the release of its latest market report on transparent conductors titled, “Markets for Transparent Conductors in Touch Screen Sensors - 2012.”  In this report, NanoMarkets identifies and quantifies the markets for both indium tin oxide (ITO) and emerging transparent conductors for the sensors used to provide touch-screen capabilities in systems ranging from smartphones and tablet computers to information kiosks and ATMs.  This report analyzes the full range of touch-screen technologies, but focuses on the dominant projected capacitive and analog resistive technologies. It also discusses the impact on the transparent conductor supply chain of touch sensors being integrated into the display by display makers themselves using in-cell and on-cell technology.

October 2011
  • NanoMarkets announced the release of its latest market report on electrode materials titled, “Molybdenum Markets in the Electronics and Solar Industries -2011.”  In this report, NanoMarkets identifies and quantifies the markets for molybdenum in important emerging markets including solar panels, displays and advanced lighting.  In addition to covering novel uses of molybdenum itself, this report also looks at emerging applications for molybdenum compounds such as molybdenum disilicide, molybdenum disulfide, molybdenum oxide, and molybdenum-doped zinc oxide.

  • October 18, 2011 Category: Advanced Materials OLEDs

    NanoMarkets announces the release of its latest market report on OLED materials titled, “Markets for OLED Encapsulation – 2011.”   In the report NanoMarkets ties the opportunities for OLED encapsulation suppliers to the emergence of OLED lighting.  And while NanoMarkets predicts a modest but still significant market potential for OLED encapsulation of approximately $170 million ($US) in the year 2016, this time period will also coincide with the emergence of OLED lighting as a volume market leading to significant upside for encapsulation suppliers.

September 2011
  • September 19, 2011 Category: Advanced Materials

    NanoMarkets has just released a new report tiled, “Printed Gold:  Gold Inks and Pastes Market – 2011” that examines the markets for gold inks and pastes in the electronics and solar industries.  The report discusses both the gold pastes used in traditional applications such as wire bonding and brazing and a new breed of inks based gold nanoparticles.  These next-generation inks are expected to find uses in MEMS, data storage and computer memory, “green” electronics, photovoltaics (PV) and sensors.  NanoMarkets estimates that the total volume of gold consumed by gold inks and pastes for electronics and PV applications will reach 13.7 tonnes by 2016.   

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