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Global and China OLED Industry Report, 2012

NEW YORK, Jan. 10, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

Global and China OLED Industry Report, 2012

Promoted by the display giants headed by Samsung and LG, OLED industry is still in the stage of steady development. In 2011, the OLED output value worldwide approximated USD3.3 billion, with year-on-year growth above 200%. The figure is expected to reach USD6.7 billion in 2012, rising by 102% from a year earlier. From the perspective of shipment, the shipment of OLED display panels around the globe reached 190 million pieces in 2012, with share in medium and small-sized display screens climbing up to 8.4%.

Medium and small-sized screens, which monopolize the OLED display market, are mainly applied in mobile phones, MP3 players, car audios, digital cameras, etc., and the application in smart phones makes the penetration rate of AMOLED in medium and small-sized panels increase rapidly. The shipment of OLED screens for mobile phones around the globe registered 23 million pieces in 2009, and climbed up to 112 million pieces in 2011.

OLED can be divided into AMOLED and PMOLED. From the perspective of application category, over 60% of PMOLED are applied in mobile phone sub-screens, and 10% or so are applied in MP3 players. PMOLED will witness decline in future along with the market contraction of MP3 player and mobile phone sub-screen. In respect to PMOLED, the application of AMOLED is wider, and the proportion contributed by mobile phone applications approximates 80%. Besides, AMOLED is also applied in digital cameras, car audios and other multimedia players. Along with the promotion of SMD and LG, AMOLED will compete with TFT LCD in the arena of large-sized applications as FPTV and laptop, and its application scope will be wider in future.

At present, Samsung takes the lead in the development of OLED technologies around the globe. Samsung has invested USD4 billion on OLED just in 2012. In April 2012, Samsung invested USD6.5 billion to set up Samsung Display, so as to accelerate the development progress of OLED. In order to transcend Samsung, LG (another OLED enterprise in South Korea) plans to slow down the small-sized AMOLED capacity of existing 3rd generation and 4.5 generation plants, and specialize in the mass production of large-sized AMOLED products.

As the enterprise with prime development of OLED in Japan, Sony fails to achieve breakthrough in arena of OLED TV. In order to strengthen the share in medium and small-sized panel market and accelerate the development in arena of OLED, Sony, Toshiba and Hitachi merged their medium and small-sized display business in 2011, and set up a new company – Japan display. Since the new company integrates the technical strengths of Sony, Hitachi and Toshiba and gets support from the Investment Fund predominated by Japanese government, it embraces huge development potential.

Global and China OLED Industry Report, 2012 mainly includes the following contents:

- Production processes and major technologies of OLED;- Output value, shipment, capacity, downstream application and prediction of OLED around the globe; - Development status and prospect of OLED in major countries worldwide; - Development situation and forecast of medium and small-sized display market around the globe; - Development situation of major OLED manufacturers globally; - Development situation of OLED peripheral manufacturers. 1. OLED Intro1.1 Introduction1.1.1 Overview1.1.2 Origin of OLED1.1.3 OLED's advantages1.2 Classification1.3 Raw materials for OLED1.4 OLED technology Course1.4.1 Manufacturing Process1.4.2 Main Technology1.4.3 Trends in Manufacturing Processes for OLEDs1.5 OLED Technology Evolution Path

2. OLED Industry and Market

2.1 OLED Industrial Chain

2.2 OLED Market

2.3 OLED Application

2.3.1 Overview

2.3.2 OLED TV

2.3.3 OLED Illumination

2.4 OLED Patent Distribution

2.5 Regional OLED Industries

2.5.1 Japan

2.5.2 Korea

2.5.3 Chinese Taiwan

2.5.4 Chinese Mainland

2.6 OLED Development Outlook

3. Global Small-and Medium-sized Display Market and Industry3.1 Global Small-and Medium-sized Display Market3.1.1 Market Scale3.1.2 Market Structure3.1.3 Regional Distribution3.1.4 Ranking of Manufacturers3.2 Global Touch Screen Market3.2.1 Industry Chain3.2.2 Market Scale3.2.3 Ranking of Manufacturers3.3 Mobile Phone Market3.3.1 Global Mobile Phone Market3.3.2 Chinese Mobile Phone Market3.4 Digital Camera Market3.5 GPS Navigation3.5.1 Shipment3.5.2 Market Structure

4. OLFD Manufacturers

4.1 Samsung Mobile Display (SMD)

4.2 LG Display (LGD)

4.3 Japan Display

4.4 AUO

4.5 RitDisplay

4.6 Chi Mei EL Corp (CMEL)

4.7 Tohoku Pioneer

4.8 Visionox

4.9 Truly

4.10 Sichuan CCO

4.11 BOE

4.12 IRICO

5. OLED Peripheral Manufacturers5.1 Overview5.2 Canon Tokki5.3 ULVAC5.4 AIXTRON5.5 Solomon Systech

Selected Charts

Three Approaches of Full Color OLED

Color Matrix Comparison of Full Color OLED

History of LCD & OLED

Classification of OLED Devices

Driving Principle of PMOLED

Driving Principle of AMOLED


Cost Structure of LCD & OLED

Making the TFT array

OLED Process Technology

Laser Transfer Technology

OLED Printing Process

Printing + Vacuum Process

Simplified Value Chain for OLED Production

Complete OLED Value Chain

OLED Industry Players Defined by Basic Value Chain Link and Location Globally

Output Value of OLED Industry Worldwide, 2006-2013

Shipment of OLED Worldwide, 2007-2012

OLED Capacity Worldwide, 2009-2014

OLED Output Value Distribution, 2007-2012

OLED Shipment Distribution Worldwide, 2007-2012

History of small size OLED products

OLED Application Distribution around the Globe, 2005-2012

R&D and Commercialization of OLED TV

World First OLED TV

Shipment of OLED TV Worldwide, 2002-2016

Market Scale of Lighting Source around the Globe, 2010-2015

Market Distribution of Lighting Source around the Globe, 2010-2015

Top 10 OLED Patentees Granted by the United States

OLED-Related Enterprises on the Chinese Mainland

OLED Panel Production Lines of Enterprises in Chinese Mainland

OLED route map to 2025

TFT-LCD Penetration Time by Application

Penetration Rate and Penetration Time of TFT-LCD by Application

Revenue and Growth Rate of Global Small-and Medium-sized Panel Industry, 2004-2012

Global Shipment of Small-and Medium-sized Display, 2004-2012

Output Value of Global Small-and Medium-sized Display Industry by Technology, 2009-2012

Global Shipment of Small-and Medium-sized Panel by Technology, 2009-2012

Output Value of Global Small-and Medium-sized Display Industry by Region, 2010-2011

Shipment of Global Small-and Medium-sized Display Industry by Region, 2010-2011

Shipment of Major Small-and Medium-sized Display Manufacturers, 2009-2011

Revenue of Major Small-and Medium-sized Display Manufacturers, 2010-2012

Touch Screen Industry Chain

Small-and Medium-Sized Touch Screen Market Scale, 2009-2013

Small-and Medium-Sized Touch Screen Shipment, 2007-2014

Penetration Rate of Touch Screen Mobile Phone, 2009-2014

Shipment of Small-and Medium-Sized Touch Screen by Application (Excluding Mobile Phone), 2010-2014

Revenue of Major Touch Screen Manufacturers, 2010-2012

Shipment of Major Touch Screen Manufacturers, 2010-2011

Global Mobile Phone Shipment, 2007-2014

Shipment of Major Mobile Phone Vendors, 2010-2012

Smartphone Shipment of Major Mobile Phone Vendors, 2010-2012

China Mobile Phone Output, 2005-2012

China's Mobile Phone Output by Region, 2011-2012

Output of 45 Mobile Phone Manufacturers in China, 2010-2011

Global Shipment of Digital Cameras, 2004-2012

Market Shares of Digital Camera Brands Worldwide, 2009-2011

China Digital Camera Output, 2005-2012

Global In-vehicle Navigation System Shipment and Growth Rate, 2005-2013

Global Automotive Navigation Market scale, 2007-2013

Global Automotive Navigation Aftermarket Shipment, 2007-2013

Market Share of Major Global OE Automotive Navigation Manufacturers, 2012

Market Share of Major Global Aftermarket Automotive Navigation Manufacturers, 2012

Revenue and Operating Margin of SMD, 2009-2013E

Quarterly Revenue and Operating Margin of SMD, Q1 2009-Q2 2012

Quarterly Shipment and ASP of SMD, Q1 2009-Q1 2012

Revenue from OLED Business and % of Total Revenue of SMD, Q1 2010-Q1 2012

Capacity of SMD AMOLED, 2010-2013

Capacity Roadmap of SMD AMOLED, Q1 2011-Q4 2014

Revenue and Operating Margin of LG Display, 2002-2012

Revenue, Operating Margin and Gross Margin of LG Display, Q1 2010-Q2 2012

Revenue of LG Display by Application, Q1 2010-Q2 2012

Revenue and Operating Margin of LG Display, Q1 2011-Q4 2012

Revenue of Small-and Medium-sized Panel of LG Display by Application, Q1 2010-Q4 2012


Market Occupancy of Small-and Medium-sized LCD Panel of IPS, 2011

Organization Structure of Japan Display

Overseas Manufacturing Sites

Revenue and Operating Margin of AUO, 2004-2012

Revenue of AUO by Application, Q1 2010-Q2 2012

Shipment and Revenue of Small-and Medium-sized Panel of AUO, Q1 2010-Q2 2012

Capacity of AUO by Production Line, Q1 2012

Operation Index of RitDisplay

Production Process of RitDisplay

Operating Indicators of CMEL, 2010-2011

Main Products of CMEL

OLED of Tohoku Pioneer

Visionox's OLED Display Product

Shareholding Structure of Kunshan Visionox

History of Truly Semi

Semi OLED of Truly

Revenue and Gross Margin of Truly, 2006-2012

EBITDA, Gross, Operating and Net Profit Margins of Truly, 2002-2011

CCO's OLED Device

CCO's OLED Application Product

AMOLED Screen Application of Sichuan CCO

Revenue and Gross Margin of BOE, 2007-2012

Revenue and Gross Margin of BOE's Main Business, 2011-2012

BOE's Key Projects under Construction, 2012

Revenue and Gross Margin of IRICO, 2007-2012

OLED Revenue and Cost of Revenue of IRICO, 2011-2012

Revenue of Cannon's Industry and Other Business Unit, FY2007-2011

The ELVESS OLED Mass Production System

Main Financial Indicators of ULVAC, FY2005-2012

Revenue Structure of ULVAC by Segment, FY2010-2012

Sputtering Coating Machine (Roll Coater Type) SPW Series

Single-substrate Sputtering Systems SMD Series / SMD-X Series

Single-substrate Plasma CVD Systems CMD Series

Organic EL Manufacturing Systems SOLCIET, SATELLA, NEW-ZELDA

Evaporation Roll Coater EW Series

Inkjet Printing System S-200

Revenue of AIXTRON, 2007-2012

EBIT of AIXTRON, 2007-2012

Net Income of AIXTRON, 2007-2012

Number of Employees of AIXTRON, 2007-2012

Revenue Breakdown of AIXTRON by Product, 2011

Revenue Structure of AIXTRON by Region, 2011

Product List of Solomon Systech's OLED Driver Controller

Revenue and Gross Margin of Solomon Systech, 2006-2012

Shipment of Solomon Systech by Technological Type, 2010-2012

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Nicolas Bombourg


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