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Printed Electronics World
Jun 27, 2016
Carbon nanotubes - been there, done that?

Carbon nanotubes - been there, done that?

Carbon nanotubes (CNTs) are now making a steady but quiet comeback.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 21, 2016
ITO alternatives: light at the end of the tunnel

ITO alternatives: light at the end of the tunnel

The TCF industry has recently experienced sluggish growth. The industry has transitioned from being supply-limited to being commoditized and demand-limited with supply currently outstripping demand. This is a commonplace characteristic of supply industry into consumer electronic devices: there is often a scramble for supplies as demand rapidly takes off but the industry soon over-invests, the capacity overshoots demand, and competition renders the component a commodity.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 13, 2016
Microcontrollers and single-board computers 2016-2026

Microcontrollers and single-board computers 2016-2026

The unique new IDTechEx Research report, Microcontrollers and Single-board Computers 2016-2026, is the first to reveal the big picture developing from the close relationship between these devices. It provides newly researched forecasts leading to figures such as $300bn in 2026 for SBC alone.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 9, 2016
Better adhesives allowing more accurate, compact medical equipment

Better adhesives allowing more accurate, compact medical equipment

Advancements in electronics technology are enabling medical electronic equipment designed for faster diagnosis, improved patient quality of life, and new drug-based therapies.
Printed Electronics World
May 31, 2016
Will conductive inks help wearables go truly wearable?

Will conductive inks help wearables go truly wearable?

The first generation of wearable devices are constructed using mature, rigid technologies put inside a new box that can be worn. These are often bulky devices that are not truly wearable in the sense that our clothes are. This is, however, beginning to change, albeit slowly.
Printed Electronics World
May 17, 2016
Graphene nanoflake-based films developed as thermal interface material

Graphene nanoflake-based films developed as thermal interface material

Heat dissipation in electronics and optoelectronics is a major obstacle to further technology development. It limits further miniaturisation, power, performance and reliability.
Printed Electronics World
Apr 26, 2016
Thermal interface materials enabling new applications

Thermal interface materials enabling new applications

While there are obviously similarities, different applications have different key requirements of the TIMs. In all cases, the TIM needs to minimise stress, prevent electromigration of its fillers, and maximise adhesion.
Printed Electronics World
Apr 20, 2016
Invest in the right battery markets: New opportunities

Invest in the right battery markets: New opportunities

This article will discuss the emerging technologies, new opportunities and potential markets in the battery industry.
Printed Electronics World
Apr 13, 2016
What's hot and what's not in Printed Electronics

What's hot and what's not in Printed Electronics

IDTechEx has been following the printed electronics market for fifteen years. In this article we provide ten brief updates across different parts of the industry.
Printed Electronics World
Apr 12, 2016
IDTechEx Research: Printed Electronics for the Automotive Industry

IDTechEx Research: Printed Electronics for the Automotive Industry

This short video will focus on the expectations of printed electronics technologies in the automotive industry over the next decade.
Printed Electronics World
Apr 6, 2016
Electrically conductive adhesives enabling low temperature electronics

Electrically conductive adhesives enabling low temperature electronics

$1.2 billion of electrically conductive adhesives (ECAs) are already selling each year, and they are becoming increasingly common to replace solders in a variety of functions, applications and industries.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 30, 2016
The Printed Electronics Industry at a Glance

The Printed Electronics Industry at a Glance

The state of the industry in terms of market size by component type is summarized.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 23, 2016
Conductive inks and paste: everything is changing

Conductive inks and paste: everything is changing

The conductive inks and paste business will generate a demand of 1800 tonnes. IDTechEx Research forecasts that this will grow to 2200 by 2026. This business has come alive again and is now a business where literally everything is changing.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 16, 2016
The graphene market to reach 3,800 tonnes per year in 2026

The graphene market to reach 3,800 tonnes per year in 2026

IDTechEx Research projects that the graphene market will grow to $220m in 2026. This forecast is at the material level and does not count the value of graphene-enabled products. In many instances graphene is only an additive with low wt% values.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 14, 2016
Why Samsung will re-enter the OLED TV market

Why Samsung will re-enter the OLED TV market

LG Display is currently the only manufacturer of large OLED panels. But it is not just the rivalry with LG that will drive Samsung to invest in OLED production capacity.
Printed Electronics World
Feb 25, 2016
Microsoft tests underwater data center for more efficient cooling

Microsoft tests underwater data center for more efficient cooling

Microsoft has tested a prototype of a self-contained data center that can operate hundreds of feet below the surface of the ocean, in efforts to reducing the need for expensive air-conditioning.
Printed Electronics World
Feb 17, 2016
Flexible and printed electronics in the automotive industry

Flexible and printed electronics in the automotive industry

The automotive sector has always been a multi-faceted industry to understand; it has driven and adopted societal and technological change since its inception, and is probably a great example of a market that constantly evolves and re-defines itself, always innovating to meet consumer expectations.
Printed Electronics World
Feb 11, 2016
More players getting into touch with emerging haptics

More players getting into touch with emerging haptics

As CES passed for another year we saw another wave of announcements and demonstrations without the topic reaching the limelight it will soon command.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 28, 2016
The new Ultra HD standard and why it matters for quantum dot suppliers

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.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 27, 2016
Printed and flexible electronics in vehicles: a $5.5bn opportunity

Printed and flexible electronics in vehicles: a $5.5bn opportunity

Printed and flexible electronics are beginning to proliferate, with a variety of components and devices coming to market. Several end-user verticals are expected to benefit from the host of advantages these technologies offer and the automotive sector is no exception.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 27, 2016
Carbon nanotubes - been there, done that?

Carbon nanotubes - been there, done that?

Carbon nanotubes (CNTs) are now making a steady but quiet comeback.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 13, 2016
Microcontrollers and single-board computers 2016-2026

Microcontrollers and single-board computers 2016-2026

The unique new IDTechEx Research report, Microcontrollers and Single-board Computers 2016-2026, is the first to reveal the big picture developing from the close relationship between these devices. It provides newly researched forecasts leading to figures such as $300bn in 2026 for SBC alone.
Printed Electronics World
May 31, 2016
Will conductive inks help wearables go truly wearable?

Will conductive inks help wearables go truly wearable?

The first generation of wearable devices are constructed using mature, rigid technologies put inside a new box that can be worn. These are often bulky devices that are not truly wearable in the sense that our clothes are. This is, however, beginning to change, albeit slowly.
Printed Electronics World
Apr 26, 2016
Thermal interface materials enabling new applications

Thermal interface materials enabling new applications

While there are obviously similarities, different applications have different key requirements of the TIMs. In all cases, the TIM needs to minimise stress, prevent electromigration of its fillers, and maximise adhesion.
Printed Electronics World
Apr 13, 2016
What's hot and what's not in Printed Electronics

What's hot and what's not in Printed Electronics

IDTechEx has been following the printed electronics market for fifteen years. In this article we provide ten brief updates across different parts of the industry.
Printed Electronics World
Apr 6, 2016
Electrically conductive adhesives enabling low temperature electronics

Electrically conductive adhesives enabling low temperature electronics

$1.2 billion of electrically conductive adhesives (ECAs) are already selling each year, and they are becoming increasingly common to replace solders in a variety of functions, applications and industries.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 23, 2016
Conductive inks and paste: everything is changing

Conductive inks and paste: everything is changing

The conductive inks and paste business will generate a demand of 1800 tonnes. IDTechEx Research forecasts that this will grow to 2200 by 2026. This business has come alive again and is now a business where literally everything is changing.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 14, 2016
Why Samsung will re-enter the OLED TV market

Why Samsung will re-enter the OLED TV market

LG Display is currently the only manufacturer of large OLED panels. But it is not just the rivalry with LG that will drive Samsung to invest in OLED production capacity.
Printed Electronics World
Feb 17, 2016
Flexible and printed electronics in the automotive industry

Flexible and printed electronics in the automotive industry

The automotive sector has always been a multi-faceted industry to understand; it has driven and adopted societal and technological change since its inception, and is probably a great example of a market that constantly evolves and re-defines itself, always innovating to meet consumer expectations.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 28, 2016
The new Ultra HD standard and why it matters for quantum dot suppliers

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.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 21, 2016
ITO alternatives: light at the end of the tunnel

ITO alternatives: light at the end of the tunnel

The TCF industry has recently experienced sluggish growth. The industry has transitioned from being supply-limited to being commoditized and demand-limited with supply currently outstripping demand. This is a commonplace characteristic of supply industry into consumer electronic devices: there is often a scramble for supplies as demand rapidly takes off but the industry soon over-invests, the capacity overshoots demand, and competition renders the component a commodity.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 9, 2016
Better adhesives allowing more accurate, compact medical equipment

Better adhesives allowing more accurate, compact medical equipment

Advancements in electronics technology are enabling medical electronic equipment designed for faster diagnosis, improved patient quality of life, and new drug-based therapies.
Printed Electronics World
May 17, 2016
Graphene nanoflake-based films developed as thermal interface material

Graphene nanoflake-based films developed as thermal interface material

Heat dissipation in electronics and optoelectronics is a major obstacle to further technology development. It limits further miniaturisation, power, performance and reliability.
Printed Electronics World
Apr 20, 2016
Invest in the right battery markets: New opportunities

Invest in the right battery markets: New opportunities

This article will discuss the emerging technologies, new opportunities and potential markets in the battery industry.
Printed Electronics World
Apr 12, 2016
IDTechEx Research: Printed Electronics for the Automotive Industry

IDTechEx Research: Printed Electronics for the Automotive Industry

This short video will focus on the expectations of printed electronics technologies in the automotive industry over the next decade.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 30, 2016
The Printed Electronics Industry at a Glance

The Printed Electronics Industry at a Glance

The state of the industry in terms of market size by component type is summarized.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 16, 2016
The graphene market to reach 3,800 tonnes per year in 2026

The graphene market to reach 3,800 tonnes per year in 2026

IDTechEx Research projects that the graphene market will grow to $220m in 2026. This forecast is at the material level and does not count the value of graphene-enabled products. In many instances graphene is only an additive with low wt% values.
Printed Electronics World
Feb 25, 2016
Microsoft tests underwater data center for more efficient cooling

Microsoft tests underwater data center for more efficient cooling

Microsoft has tested a prototype of a self-contained data center that can operate hundreds of feet below the surface of the ocean, in efforts to reducing the need for expensive air-conditioning.
Printed Electronics World
Feb 11, 2016
More players getting into touch with emerging haptics

More players getting into touch with emerging haptics

As CES passed for another year we saw another wave of announcements and demonstrations without the topic reaching the limelight it will soon command.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 27, 2016
Printed and flexible electronics in vehicles: a $5.5bn opportunity

Printed and flexible electronics in vehicles: a $5.5bn opportunity

Printed and flexible electronics are beginning to proliferate, with a variety of components and devices coming to market. Several end-user verticals are expected to benefit from the host of advantages these technologies offer and the automotive sector is no exception.
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