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|February 26, 2013 08:44 PM EST||
FARMINGTON, Conn., Feb. 26, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Having spent nearly a century in relative obscurity, the market is finally beginning to embrace photonic crystal technology. An unwillingness and apprehension to exploring alternatives to well-oiled and well-established fabrication processes have kept large-scale commercialization of photonic crystals and photonic circuitry at bay. Most of these conventional processes, however, are facing the ends of their growth cycle, having reached natural limitations set by the laws of physics. Photonic crystal-driven sensing, which promises switching at speeds much higher than that which is delivered by present-day technologies, is therefore poised to gain greater acceptance in various industries.
To be fair, the extent of risk involved in such migration without the technology having being developed to a foolproof state is cripplingly high, but photonic crystal stakeholders have no reason to lose heart, as there are multiple avenues for monetizing them through an array of components and modules.
Global Information (GII), in partnership with BCC Research, presents three regionally-focused reports below that cover the market potential for such modules and components. Photonic crystals will witness an upswing in industry interest across several domains and applications. Photonic crystals can indeed rival electrons in terms of sheer versatility. These modules and components have been selected because there are demonstrated instances of successful adoption of photonic crystals in these applications. In this context, it is interesting to note the approach adopted by different stakeholders toward photonic crystals. The reports below will provide a quantitative roadmap that will unravel this approach.
The "Global Markets and Technologies for Photonic Crystals" report provides an overview of the global market for overall components and modules internalizing photonic crystals in value terms for each individual component and module and volume terms. Market size forecasts are provided for the following segments: Photonic crystal-enabled components and modules such as LEDs, solar and PV cells, displays, biosensors, image sensors, optical fibers, discrete and integrated optical components as well as lasers and supercontinuum sources.
End-user device developer company profiles are provided for the following: Agilent Technologies, Canon Kabushiki Kaisha, Corning Inc., Epistar, Fianium, Furukawa Electric, Glophotonics, NanoBrick, Panorama Synergy, HP Development Company L.P., FLIR, LG Innotek, Luminus Devices Inc., Luxtaltek Corporation, Microcontinuum and Lightwave Power, Lockheed Martin and Sandia Corporation, Micron Technology, NEC Corporation, NKT Photonics, OBDUCAT, Omniguide, Opalux, Panasonic, Philips Lumileds Lighting Company, Photeon Technologies GMBH, Photonic Lattice Inc., ROHM Co. LTD., Samsung, SRU Biosystems, TDK Corporation, and Xerox and Palo Alto Research Center.
"Global Markets and Technologies for Photonic Crystals -- Focus on the APAC Region" focuses on the photonic crystal market in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region. Request free sample pages from the full report here.
"Global Markets and Technologies for Photonic Crystals -- Focus on the EMEA Region" focuses on the photonic crystal market in the Europe, Middle East and Africa regions (EMEA). Request free sample pages from the full report here.
"Global Markets and Technologies for Photonic Crystals -- Focus on the Americas" focuses on the photonic crystal market in the Americas region. Request free sample pages from the full report here.
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