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Taiwan Market Large-area TFT-LCD Panel, Mobile Phone & Smartphone Application IC Analysis in New Research Reports

Analysis of Taiwan Market for Large-area TFT-LCD Panel, Mobile Phone & Smartphone Application IC in New Research Reports Now Available at ReportsnReports.com

DALLAS, Feb. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The Taiwanese Large-area TFT-LCD Panel Industry, 1Q 2014 research report presents shipment volume and value forecast and recent quarter review of the Taiwanese large-area TFT-LCD panel industry (http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/275085-the-taiwanese-large-area-tft-lcd-panel-industry-1q-2014.html). The report includes shipment volume, value, ASP, shipment by size, shipment by application, etc. The report provides product mix analyses including monitor, notebook PC, and LCD TV panel. The content of this report is based on primary data obtained through interviews with large-area TFT-LCD panel manufacturers. The report finds that the Taiwanese large-area TFT-LCD panel industry's shipment volume increased slightly in the fourth quarter of 2013, arriving at around 55.2 million units. In the first quarter of 2014, the industry's shipment volume is expected to fall to around 48.8 million units, registering a 11.8% sequential decline.

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Companies covered

AUO, CPT, Innolux, Hannstar

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Table of Contents

Taiwanese Large-area TFT-LCD Panel Shipment Volume, 4Q 2011 - 2Q 2014
Taiwanese Large-area TFT-LCD Panel Shipment Value and ASP, 4Q 2011 - 2Q 2014
Taiwanese Large-area TFT-LCD Panel Manufacturer Volume Ranking, 4Q 2011 - 4Q 2013
Taiwanese Large-area TFT-LCD Panel Shipment Volume by Application, 4Q 2011 - 4Q 2013
Taiwanese Large-area TFT-LCD Panel Shipment Share by Application,  4Q 2011 - 4Q 2013
Taiwanese Large-area TFT-LCD Panel Shipment Volume by Size, 4Q 2011 - 4Q 2013
Taiwanese Large-area TFT-LCD Panel Shipment Share by Size, 4Q 2011 - 4Q 2013
Taiwanese Large-area TFT-LCD Monitor Panel Shipment Volume by Size, 4Q 2011 - 4Q 2013
Taiwanese Large-area TFT-LCD Monitor Panel Shipment Share by Size, 4Q 2011 - 4Q 2013
Taiwanese Large-area TFT-LCD Monitor Panel Shipment Share by Aspect, 4Q 2011 - 4Q 2013
Taiwanese Large-area TFT-LCD Notebook PC Panel Shipment Volume by Size, 4Q 2011 - 4Q 2013
Taiwanese Large-area TFT-LCD Notebook PC Panel Shipment Share by Size, 4Q 2011 - 4Q 2013

The Taiwanese Mobile Phone Industry, 4Q 2013: Contract Manufacturers (http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/273299-the-taiwanese-mobile-phone-industry-4q-2013-contract-manufacturers.html) research report presents mobile phone shipment volume forecast and recent quarter review of major Taiwanese contract manufacturers. The report includes major contract manufacturers' shipment volume and value, ASP, manufacturer volume ranking, customer ranking, shipment by maker, and price trend. Also provided are shipment breakdowns by system technology, operating system, display, panel size, and production location. The content of this report is based on primary data obtained through interviews with Taiwanese mobile phone contract manufacturers. The report finds that the industry's contract manufacturing shipment volume has witnessed modest growth in the third quarter of 2013 owing mainly to the resolution of yield issue of iPhone 5S. Apple's iPhones continued to take the largest share in Taiwanese makers' shipment, followed by Sony and BlackBerry in the third quarter of 2013. The Taiwanese contract manufacturers' mobile phone shipment volume in the fourth quarter of 2013 is anticipated to have spurred thanks to the advanced stock replenishment for iPhone 5S toward year-end. However, it is anticipated that shipment volume of mobile phone contract manufacturers will slip considerably in the first quarter of 2014 following the peak season and due in part to the termination of iPhone 5 and 4 production.

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 The Taiwanese Mobile Phone Industry, 4Q 2013: Branded Vendors (http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/273303-the-taiwanese-mobile-phone-industry-4q-2013-branded-vendors.html) research report presents mobile phone shipment volume forecast and recent quarter review of major Taiwanese branded vendors. The report includes shipment volume and value, ASP, vendor volume ranking, shipment by brands, and price trend. Also provided are shipment breakdowns by system technology, operating system, display technology, panel size, shipment destination, and production location. The content of this report is based on primary data obtained through interviews with Taiwanese mobile phone branded vendors. The report finds that the shipment volume of Taiwanese branded mobile phones shrank 36.1% sequentially to around 4.39 million units in the third quarter of 2013, mainly due to international rivals' new flagship product rollouts, such as Apple iPhone 5S/5C and Samsung Galaxy Note 3. In China, Taiwanese vendors, who do not have strong brand image, are expected to lose ground under siege of many emerging Chinese vendors. Looking ahead to the first half of 2014, shipment volume of the Taiwanese branded mobile phones will reach around 8.52 million units, down 29% year on year.

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Companies covered

Acer, Apple, Asus, China Mobile, Freescale, Gigabyte, Gionee, Google, Honor, HTC, Huawei, IUNI, Microsoft, Motorola, Nokia Lumia, NXP, Qualcomm, Samsung, STMicroelectronics, Texas Instruments, Xiaomi

The Taiwanese Smartphone Application IC Market, 4Q 2013 report (http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/274936-the-taiwanese-smartphone-application-ic-market-4q-2013.html) presents market size and value forecast and recent quarter review of the Taiwanese smartphone baseband, transceiver, power amplifier, application processor, GPS IC, Bluetooth IC, and Wi-Fi IC markets. The report includes baseband, transceiver, power amplifier, application processor, GPS IC, Bluetooth IC, and Wi-Fi IC market volume, value, ASP, and market share by solution provider. The content of this report is based on primary data obtained through interviews with smartphone component makers. The report finds that Taiwanese smartphone application IC market volume witnessed sequential growth in the third quarter of 2013, mainly ascribed to shipment growth of the Apple iPhone 5S, 5C, new Nokia, and Xiaomi smartphones. In the fourth quarter of 2013, Taiwanese smartphone application IC market volume is anticipated to have grown considerably. Looking ahead to the first half of 2014, the market – though to experience a demand cool-down - is anticipated to be flooded with more 64-bit processors.

Companies Covered

Apple, Broadcom, China Mobile, Infineon, Intel, Marvell, MediaTek, Nokia, Nvidia, Qualcomm, Samsung, Sequans, SiRF/CSR, ST-Ericsson, T3G, TI, Xiaomi

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