NanoMarkets Announces Research Report on Printable ElectronicsAugust 24, 2006
The technical and market-based analysis examines key applications and market opportunities, with an eye on materials, production technologies, and applications.
GLEN ALLEN, VA /PRNewswire/ -- NanoMarkets, a leading industry analyst firm, has announced a new research effort in the area of printable electronics (PE). The first deliverable of the program will be released in a new report in mid-September. Additional details about the initial report are available by contacting the firm or by visiting its Web site. Interested persons may sign up to receive an excerpt of the report when it becomes available.
Printable Electronics: From R&D to Revenues
In its upcoming report "Printable Electronics: From R&D to Revenues," NanoMarkets continues its ongoing coverage of the printed electronics market that the firm initiated in early 2005. Last year, NanoMarkets released two highly regarded reports that analyzed and forecasted printed electronics applications and materials market opportunities. In the new report, the firm will provide additional technical and market-based analysis of key applications and market opportunities, with an eye on materials, production technologies, and applications, including displays, RFID, sensors, memory, photovoltaics, batteries, OLEDs, signage, and smart packaging. The report will present detailed unit and revenue forecasts of PE applications and will examine various companies' strategies as well as the key market drivers and trends affecting the industry. Up to thirty major companies, including both established and start-ups, will be covered in the report.
NanoMarkets tracks and analyzes emerging market opportunities created by developments in advanced materials. The firm has published numerous reports related to nanoelectronic, organic, thin-film, and printable electronics materials, applications, and production modalities. For a full listing of the firm's research reports, white papers, and posted articles, please visit the firm's Web site.
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