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									Global Flexible Display Market

          2009-2013
                                                                                     Global Flexible Display Market




                                                Table of Contents
1. Introduction.......................................................................................................................3
2. Market Size and Forecast..................................................................................................5
3. Geographic Segmentation................................................................................................6
    3.1 Market Size in Americas.......................................................................................................7
    3.2 Market Size in APAC............................................................................................................8
    3.3 Market Size in EMEA...........................................................................................................9
4. Market Trends in Global Flexible Displays....................................................................10
5. Market Drivers in Flexible Display Market....................................................................12
6. Market Challenges in Flexible Display Market..............................................................14
7. Vendors............................................................................................................................16
8. Related Reports in this Series........................................................................................22




                                                   List of Exhibits
Exhibit 2.1: Global Flexible Display Market Size and Forecast 2009-2013 (In $million) 6
Exhibit 3.1: Global Flexible Display Market Segmentation by Geography - 2009.............7
Exhibit 3.2: Flexible Display Market Size in Americas - 2009-2013 (in $million)............8
Exhibit 3.3: Flexible Display Market Size in APAC - 2009-2013 (in $million)..................9
Exhibit 3.4: Flexible Display Market Size in EMEA - 2009-2013 (in $million)...............10




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                                                              Global Flexible Display Market




1. Introduction


Flexible Displays are paper thin electronic display screens that are light weight, rugged and
more durable than the conventional displays. Further, they can be flexed or rolled up without
losing its displaying capabilities.



 Flexibility in Displays is achieved by replacing the glass substrate with plastic or other
 flexible substrate material. These displays can be non-rectangular in shape and require a
 fraction of the power consumed by Light Emitting Diode (LED) displays. Such features have
 given rise to a wide variety of application possibilities. Thus, new applications are being
 developed by smaller vendors and research institutes, leading the traditional display
 manufacturers to invest in Flexible Display technologies.

 Flexible Displays are available in following technologies:

 }   Flexible OLEDs: FOLEDs (Flexible Organic Light Emitting Diodes) are LEDs ( Light
 Emitting Diodes) with an emissive organic (such as polymer) electroluminescent layer
 applied on a flexible substrate. An OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode) is composed of four
 layers: Cathode, Emissive, Conductive and an Anode. When a voltage source is applied
 across the cathode and the anode, electrons are injected into the former, while holes are
 created in the latter. Holes, being more mobile than electrons, can cross the conductive
 layer and enter the emissive layer. In this layer, they combine with electrons to radiate
 energy in the form of visible light. Currently, OLEDs are being preferred by the display
 manufacturing companies because they have good picture quality, a fast response rate and
 a wide viewing angle. Further, they do not require a filter to change colors and are e
								
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