Guillaume Chansin
info@displaysupplychain.com

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 01/13/2022


DSCC Releases New Quantum Dot Display Technology and Market Outlook Report

Austin, TX -

Quantum dots have been used for nearly a decade to enhance colors in LCD panels. An emerging application is quantum dots on a MiniLED backlight. DSCC forecasts shipments of MiniLED LCD TVs with QDEF to grow from 6.2M units in 2022 to over 14M units in 2026, according to DSCC's Annual Quantum Dot Display Technology and Market Outlook Report.

However, other technologies and materials are also emerging in the market. For instance, perovskite materials can provide higher efficiency and a wider color gamut than other QD materials and are expected to begin shipping in 2022. "Perhaps the most important development in the industry is the commercialization of the first QD-OLED TVs and monitors, with panels manufactured by Samsung Display. The same quantum dot color converters also have the potential to be used with MicroLED displays," said DSCC Director of Display Research, Guillaume Chansin.

With this new report, DSCC provides a comprehensive analysis on:

  • Quantum dot enhancement film (QDEF) cost and revenues
  • QD OLED TV and monitor shipment forecasts
  • Perovskite progress and market share
  • Key players and latest demos for MicroLED displays with quantum dots

Table of Contents:

Executive Summary p.5

Introduction to QD-based Displays p.12

  • What are Quantum Dots?
  • Color Gamuts
  • Types of QD-based Displays

Materials p.26

  • Classification of QDs
  • Cadmium and Cadmium-Free QDs
  • Halid Perovskite QDs
  • RoHS

LCD with Quantum Dots p.44

  • QDEF
  • QDOG
  • xQDEF
  • Perovskite Films

Quantum Dot Color Converters (QDCC) p.75

  • QDCC Advantages
  • Increasing Absorption
  • Photolithography
  • Inkjet Printing (IJP)

OLED with QDCC p.112

  • Samsung’s QD-OLED Fab
  • QD-OLED Structure
  • Brightness
  • Material Usage
  • Blue Emitters
  • Material Costs

MicroLED with QDCC p.137

  • MicroLED Manufacturing Routes
  • QDCC on Monolithic MicroLED
  • QDCC Demos
  • Phosphors for MicroLED
  • QNED

Electroluminescent QD p. 158

  • Advantages of EL-QD
  • Challenges
  • Progress in EQE
  • Key Players and Demos

QD Market Outlook & Forecasts p. 183

  • TV Market
  • QDEF Forecast
  • QD-OLED Forecast
  • IT Applications

QD Material Revenue Forecast p. 199

  • QDEF Panel Area
  • QDEF Film and Material Revenues
  • Perovskite Film Revenues
  • QDCC Material Revenues
  • Total QD Material Revenues

Supplier Profiles (Alphabetical) p. 207

  • Avantama
  • Dow
  • Dai Nippon Printing Co., Ltd (DNP)
  • Glotec Co., Ltd.
  • Hansol Chemical
  • Hitachi Chemicals
  • i-Component Co., Ltd.
  • Kangde Xin Composite Material Group (KDX)
  • Kolon Industries Inc.
  • Merck
  • Mesolight (Suzhou Xingshou Nanotech)
  • Najing Technology
  • Nanosys
  • Nanoco
  • Nanolumi
  • Nanophotonica
  • Ningbo Jizhi Exciton Technology Co Ltd.
  • Quantum Materials Corporation
  • QustomDot
  • Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology (SAIT)
  • Wah Hong Industrial Corp


Readers interested in a complimentary sample or pricing details of the Annual Quantum Dot Display Technology and Market Outlook Report can contact info@displaysupplychain.com


About DSCC

Display Supply Chain Consultants (DSCC) was formed by experienced display market analysts from throughout the display supply chain and delivers valuable insights through consulting, syndicated reports and events. The company has offices in the US, China, Japan, Korea, Taiwan and the UK. DSCC is on the web at www.displaysupplychain.com and can be reached in the US at info@displaysupplychain.com or (770) 503-6318.