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LED Phosphor Markets - 2014

LED Phosphor Markets - 2014

NanoMarkets has released a new report that provides a comprehensive analysis of the latest opportunities available in the LED phosphor markets. Based on NanoMarkets’ 2012 phosphor report, the 2014 report shows how the phosphor market is changing in response to latest developments in general illumination and display backlighting markets.

In this report, special attention is given to the newer phosphor chemistries such as glass phosphors, nanophosphors, and QDs. Questions and answers are also included to show how novel phosphor materials can develop market share in a highly-competitive market flooded with new materials.

The report also identifies how performance enhancements are expected to grow phosphor markets with a special emphasis on backlighting, general illumination, and outdoor/street lighting, and how money will be made in the LED phosphor market.

In addition, the report assesses the product and market strategies of leading companies that are active in the LED phosphors market. It also includes an eight-year forecast of the LED phosphors shipments in terms of volume and value, with breakouts by type of application and type of phosphor. The report provides information on pricing assumptions and alternative scenarios, and throws light on opportunities and challenges in the phosphor markets.

The report will prove useful for strategy planners at phosphor firms and also for those working across the display and solid-state lighting industries.

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