The latest on the $10 Billion 2013 OLED market - all at OLEDs LIVE!
2013年2月20天 Raghu Das
Organic Light Emitting Diodes (OLEDs) are coming in three waves. The first is the now established $10 billion market in 2013, where OLEDs are used as displays in cellphones and other small portable electronics. As LCDs compete by moving to higher resolution, so do small sized OLED displays. This opens up new manufacturing opportunities for vacuum and additive processing, including mask based processes.
The second wave of OLED opportunity is OLED TVs - commercial this year and made in larger area sizes but at current price points they will be a small part of the market for the next two years. Printing or partly printing these displays is viable because the resolution is less than cellphone displays need, but only when technical challenges with printing are overcome. In parallel, organizations are selling OLED lighting - utilizing similar materials and equipment. Design of the luminaires is critical to their success versus completion from LED solid state lighting (SSL) and investment in LED R&D still outweighs that of OLEDs - but the same was true for OLED displays vs LCD displays six years ago.
According to IDTechEx research (http://www.IDTechEx.com/research), the OLED market and proportion of displays that are rigid and flexible is as follows.
OLED Displays 2013-2023
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