Nikkei Microdevices' 2006 report on flat panel display (FPD) industry includes: -Exclusive in-depth interviews with 28 top executives in the industry -Over 250 information-packed figures, tables and pictures -Proprietary intelligence not available anywhere else In 2006, competitive conditions in the flat panel display (FPD) industry will change significantly. The era in which competition was primarily based on increasing investment and glass substrate sizes is over. Henceforth, overall capability, including parts/material strategy and equipment strategy, will become the decisive factor. By 2010, parts and material costs will account for 80% of the total cost of large-size LCD panels, which will drive future market expansions; thus, parts and materials will make up most of the value addition in panels. Leading panel makers are starting to reinforce their cooperative relationships with parts and material makers, as well as with equipment makers.Turkey and EU (European Union) 043 Plasma and liquid crystal TV production ratio in competing areas. Figure 3 ... but other TV makers are hesitant about increasing their production. As a result, the ... In June 2005, the 7th-generation line at Koreaa#39;s S- LCD Corp. (a joint ... During the same time frame, third- tier makers such as Vizio and Akai will also attempt to boost their sales of 50-inch plasma TVs.
|Author||:||Fuji Chimera Research Company, Shusuke Hayashi, Junpei Nakamura, Makoto Takahashi, Nobuo Karaki, Hideaki Asada, Hiroshi Haga, Tomoyuki Tachikawa, Kyuha Chung, Reiji Hattori, Reiji Asakura, Satofumi Koike, Susumu Tsujihara, Minsun Yoo, Norio Ikari, Tadashi Imai, Toshimasa Eguchi, Katsuji Takahashi, Mitsutaka Fujita, H. J. Park, C. H. Choi, S. M. Jeon, E. Y. Oh, I. J. Chung, Kazuhiro Nishiyama, Akihiko Iguchi, Koichi Oka|
|Publisher||:||InterLingua Publishing - 2006-01-01|