Quantum dots: overview of 25 companies
In this presentation, we provide an update on various companies active in the quantum dot (QD) business.
Quantum dot films in displays: major technology and market trends
In this article, IDTechEx Research will focus on some of the key frontiers of short-, medium-, and long-term change in quantum dot films. In particular, we will argue that the transition away from Cd based QDs will soon be complete; we will show how QD material improvements are translating into total cost reductions and how that is reshaping the market's pricing strategies; and finally we will consider whether film type QDs can continue their supreme reign, or whether relentless innovation soon render them obsolete.
Event report: Display Week 2016
This slideshow includes the highlights from Display Week in San Francisco, with a special emphasis on OLED, quantum dots, and Augmented Reality.
Nanosys files lawsuit Against QD Vision for patent infringement
Nanosys has announced the filing of a lawsuit against QD Vision for infringements of patents and other claims.
Event report: Electronic Display Conference 2016
IDTechEx gave a talk at the Electronic Display Conference in Nuremberg, Germany. The conference had more people than the previous edition and celebrated its 30th year, which reflects how important displays have become in our everyday life. The presentation from IDTechEx was on two disruptive technological trends in flat panel displays: quantum dots and flexible OLED.
The new Ultra HD standard and why it matters for quantum dot suppliers
The UHD Alliance has launched a new standard for TV. Our analyst explains why it will help new display technologies based on quantum dots.
When can we expect printed TVs?
LG made quite an impression during CES this year, announcing new OLED TVs that have delighted most reviewers. With premium features and a smart marketing campaign, LG has managed to position OLED as the best TV money can buy. But when will the technology become more affordable?
Quantum dots making inroads in displays
Quantum dots have been developed since the early 80's but it is only recently that they made an appearance in consumer products such as TVs and tablet computers. IDTechEx Research has published a new market report on quantum dots titled Quantum Dots 2016-2026: Applications, Markets, Manufacturers, and as part of this study we have looked at their impact on the display industry. Is this the technology that will enable LCD to rival OLED?
QD Vision Inc
QD Vision produces quantum dots and supplies components to the display industry, to enhance the backlight of LCD. Their Color IQ technology has been used by several TV manufacturers, including Sony, TCL and Hisense.