As the European Commission debates the impacts of cadmium, cadmium-free displays are moving forward in the display segment.
David Savastano, Editor11.10.17
In the past two years, there has been an acceleration in quantum dots being used in the commercial marketplace for TVs, displays and other technologies.
Keith Wiggins, COO of Nanoco Technologies, said that as seen at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) and other leading display events over the last two years, quantum dots have quickly become the next big thing in the display industry, with a number of electronic display manufacturers incorporating these tiny semiconductor materials into their LCD TVs.
“Market research shows revenue projections of the 4K display market reaching $52 billion by 2020, with QD-TV shipments forecasted to grow from five million in 2017 to 50 million by 2020,” Wiggins noted.
Russell Kempt, Nanosys’ VP of sales and marketing, said that Nanosys has seen a rapid acceleration in commercial adoption of quantum dots for displays.
“One segment that has really taken off this year is the market for monitors designed for gaming
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