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Highlights from the AR/VR Display Forum

September 26, 2022

Last week, DSCC hosted the 2nd Annual AR/VR Display Forum. There were a total of 20 speakers and over 130 attendees. This article presents some highlights from each of the […]
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US TV Inflation in Free Fall

September 19, 2022

With the headline inflation numbers in the US showing a slow but steady decrease in the summer months from their highest point in more than 40 years, the steep declines […]
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DSCC to Speak at ITC 2022 (United Kingdom)

August 22, 2022

DSCC will be speaking at the 17th International Thin-Film Transistor Conference (ITC 2022) in the UK. Dr. Guillaume Chansin will give a presentation on market trends in displays on September […]
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Global Display Supply Chain Dynamics & Technology Outlook Conference Oct 19, 2022

At the Global Display Supply Chain Dynamics & Technology Outlook Conference, DSCC analysts around the world provided attendees with the latest results and forecasts while also discussing the key issues facing the display supply chain. Experts in all areas of the display industry reveal the latest outlook for each market and technology to make sure your company is best prepared for display related competition in 2023 and beyond.

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MicroLED Display Technology and Market Outlook

MicroLED display technology is making rapid progress and is now at an early stage of commercialization. However, there are still challenges to establish a reliable supply chain and lower the manufacturing cost, despite the push by companies such as Apple, Samsung and Facebook. The report addresses the technical hurdles which depend mostly […]
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Display Trends OLEDs

The Future of OLED Manufacturing

Although OLEDs have grown rapidly recently, they are far from a mature technology which still has significant potential for more growth. OLEDs are still evolving and growing from several different perspectives including features, performance, architecture, end markets and manufacturing technologies. OLED revenues are expected to grow nearly 50% from 2020 to 202 […]
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Weekly Review Headlines

October 3rd, 2022

The Lead

  • OLED Revenues Expected to Decline 4% Y/Y in 2022 - Slower Growth for IT Applications
  • Apple Reportedly Slows Down iPhone 14 Series Production, But Still Well Ahead of 2021 per DSCC, Pro Max Up 18% Y/Y
  • Are Z Flip 4 and Z Fold 4 Volumes Coming Down vs. Expectations? Q4 Looks Soft
  • Advanced TV Market Expected to Reach $36B by 2026
  • LCD TV Panel Prices Continue to Fall
  • Advanced Notebooks Rise 1% Y/Y in Q2’22 - Slower 2022 Growth of 66% Y/Y Expected as a Result of Softening Demand
  • Advanced Monitor Market Expected to Rise 187% Y/Y in 2022 – New Display Sizes and More Brands Participate in the Category

Fab Activity, Panel Makers and Display Equipment

  • What We Are Hearing About B20
  • TCL Commissions t9
  • Tianma Holds Groundbreaking Ceremony for TM19, Insight on TM20
  • E Ink and Sharp Collaborate on IGZO Backplanes
  • Latest Display Equipment POs and Awards

Smartphones

  • DisplayMate’s iPhone 14 Pro Max Review – More Records and How They Achieved 2308 Nits of Peak Brightness
  • Sharp and ZTE Announce New AMOLED Smartphones

TVs

  • LG Display Reduces OLED TV Target
  • LG Display Holds OLED Digital Art Exhibition with British Royal Academy of Arts
  • Hisense Releases New MiniLED TV

Events

  • Highlights from Detroit SID Vehicle Display Symposium & Expo

IT

  • Samsung Display Shows 17” Slidable PC at Intel Innovation
  • Dell Announces a New Variant of the QD-OLED Monitor

AR/VR

  • Apple Gives 3500 PPI Specification for Micro OLED
  • ByteDance Officially Unveils the Pico 4 for Select Markets

Display Stocks and the Economy

  • Stocks Continue to Fall on Inflation Data, Higher Rates and Recessionary Concerns