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OTFTs, OFETs and Organic Memory Markets - 2012

NanoMarkets
Published Date » 2012-08-01
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Improved materials and new applications have brought a renaissance of interest in the commercialization of transistors and memories built from organic materials.  This NanoMarkets report provides an analysis and forecast of the OTFT/OFET and organic memory markets over the next eight years.

In this report, we identify where the genuine performance improvements in these devices are occurring and how fast they can be expected to grow in process power and storage in the future.  This analysis is provided through an in-depth assessment of current commercialization efforts for OTFT/OFETs, memories and related organic “chips.”

This study also provides a complete exploration of the markets in which OTFT/OFETs and organic memories can be expected to generate new business revenues.  These include a rapidly growing list of low-performance electronics applications such as smart packaging, interactive media and tagging.  We also discuss, whether – as was once expected of OTFT/OFETs -- these devices will serve as a key enabling technology for flexible displays.

This report contains a detailed eight-year volume and value forecast of shipments of products with organic “chips” inside.  It also includes an eight-year forecast of the materials required for next generation organic transistors and memories.  Finally, this report includes NanoMarkets’ assessments of the strategies of key firms and research institutions active in this area.
Table of Contents

Executive Summary:
E.1 Taking organic transistors and memories seriously; lessons from the success of the OLED industry
E.2 Key opportunities for organic transistors and memories devices
E.2.1 Low-performance electronics applications
E.2.2 Organic backplane applications
E.3 OTFT/OFET and organic materials roadmap
E.4 Firms and research institutions to watch: pioneers and what’s next
E.5 Summary of eight-year forecasts for organic electronic devices
 
Chapter One: Introduction
1.1 Background to this report
1.2 Objectives and scope of this report
1.3 Methodology of this report
1.4 Plan of this report
 
Chapter Two: Organic Transistors and Memories:  Devices and Materials
2.1 Device performance trends
2.1.1 OTFT/OFET mobility trends
2.1.2 Organic memory performance trends
2.2 Critical materials developments
2.2.1 Material stability and processing window
2.2.2 Organic “CMOS”?
2.2.3 The promise of room temperature, solution processing, and printing
2.2.4 Encapsulation matters
2.3 Productization patterns for organic transistors and memories
2.4 Key points made in this chapter
 
Chapter Three: Applications and Eight-Year Forecasts of OTFT/OFETs and Organic Memories
3.1 Key drivers for organic device markets
3.1.1 Manufacturability
3.1.2 Low cost
3.1.3 Flexibility
3.2 Forecasting methodology and assumptions
3.2.1 Device performance and the link to addressable market size
3.2.2 Economic assumptions
3.2.3 Pricing assumptions
3.3 Smart packaging markets: Eight-year forecast of OTFT/OFET and organic memory usage
3.3.1 Food and personal care packaging applications
3.3.2 Pharmaceutical packaging
3.4 Brand image and security applications:  Eight-year forecast of OTFT/OFET and organic memory usage
3.5 Tagging and smartcards:  Eight-year forecast of OTFT/OFET and organic memory usage
3.6 Interactive media:  Eight-year forecast of OTFT/OFET and organic memory usage
3.7 Display backplanes:  Eight-year forecast of OTFT/OFET and organic memory usage
3.8 Summary of eight-year forecasts for organic electronics-enabled devices
3.9.1 Summary of forecasts by application
3.9.2 Forecasts by material type
3.9.3 Forecasts by production method
3.10 Alternative scenarios
3.11 Key points made in this chapter

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