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Concise Analysis of the International UHD TV Makers' Market Strategy - Forecasts to 2016

DUBLIN, April 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Research and Markets ( has announced the addition of the "Concise Analysis of the International UHD TV Makers' Market Strategy - Forecasts to 2016" report to their offering.
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UHD TV Makers' Market Strategy Analysis (2013-2016) is an in-depth study on panel and set technology trends and producers' strategies.

LCD UHD TVs shipped close to 1.2 M pcs from January to August of 2013 in the panel base. The UHD TV panel shipment penetration accounts for 0.8% (Korea 4.7%, Japan 0.6%, Taiwan 81.4% and China 13.3%) of the total TV panel shipment. In August, this panel shipment rose to 353K pcs per month. This research foresees that the increase panel shipment trend could result in a total figure of 2.6M units for 2013.

Key Topics Covered:


1. Display Development Trend

2. Display Product Trend

3. Display Technical Trend

4. Historical Trend of TV (1) - (2)

5. Mega Trend of TV Set

6. TV Market demand Forecast (1) - (4) (Over all, UHD, OLED)

7. What is UHD ? (1) - (3)

8. Introduction of UHD (1) - (6)


10. UHD LCD TV (1) - (4)

11. UHD Ecosystem (1) - (2)

12. UHD Broadcasting Status (1) - (2)

13. Why UHD TV ? (1) - (3)

Upcoming Display Status & Analysis

1.Large Size Future Products (1) - (9)

2. LCD Makers??UHD Panel BP by size in 2013

3. LCD Makers??UHD Panel MP & Developing Status in 2013

4. UHD LCD TV Panel Value Chain

5. UHD LCD TV Set Makers??MP schedule & Panel Price

6. UHD LCD TV Panel Spec (Frame Rate)

7. UHD TV Price (Korea, US)

8. UHD TV Set Price (China)

9. UHD Panel PPI compare to FHD panel

10. UHD Panel Shipment

Technology Analysis of UHD

- LCD -

1. Conversion Technology(CSOT)

2. Conversion Technology(Innolux) (1) - (5)

3. One Chip Solution

4. Up-Scaling (Up-converting)

5. Scaling Technology

6. UHD Contents

7. UHD Mechanical Design

8. HCG(High Color Gamut) Comparison

9. MMG (Multi Model Glass) (1) - (2)

- OLED -

1. OLED Structure (RGB, WHITE, Hybrid)

2. RGB vs White OLED Comparison (SDC vs. LG Display)

3. Sony (UHD OLED)

4. Panasonic (UHD OLED)

5. Technology Comparison & Alliance

6. Bottom Emission vs. Top Emission

7. Small Mask Scanning Technology

8. AMOLED Manufacturing Technical Roadmap

9. Current Approach for Large OLED TV

TV Panel Makers Strategy and Line-up
1. LG Display (1) - (2)

2. SDC(1) - (3)

3. AUO (1) -(6)

4. Sharp (1) - (9)

5. Panasonic (1) - (3)

6. Innolux (1) - (3)

7. BOE (1) - (3)

8. CEC Panda (1) - (3)

9. CSOT (1) -(4)

Recent UHD TV Set Trend at IFA 2013

1. Samsung (1) - (5)

2. LGE (1) - (6)

3. Sony

4. Philips

5. Panasonic

6. Sharp

7. Changhong

8. Haier

9. Hisense (1) - (2)

10. TCL(1) - (2)

Insight of Upcoming Display

1. Which is the Magic Size of UHD ? (1) - (3)

2. UHD LCD TV issues

3. OLED TV issues

4. Issues for Korean Producers(LGE/LG Display)

5. Issues for Korean Producers(Samsung/Samsung Display)

6. Future Scenario (1)

7. Future Scenario (2)

8. Future Scenario (3)

Companies Mentioned:

  • AUO
  • BOE
  • CEC Panda
  • CSOT
  • Changhong
  • Haier
  • Hisense
  • Innolux
  • LGE
  • Panasonic
  • Panasonic
  • Philips
  • SDC
  • Samsung
  • Sharp
  • Sharp
  • Sony
  • TCL

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