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New Report on Dielectric Materials Now Available
Thursday, October 16, 2008|PRNewswire

Accordingtoanewreport from NanoMarkets LC, an industry analystfirm,themarketfor dielectric materials for thin-film, organicandprintable(TOP)electronics will reach more than US $635 millionby2015. Thefirmclaims that offering the right dielectricmaterialswillbecritical to the future success of materials firmssupplyingtheTOPelectronics sector. Additional details about thereportcanbefound on the firm's Web siteatnanomarkets.net.

Key Findings

NanoMarkets predicts that 2010 is when theTOPdielectricsbusinesswill begin to take shape. The firm believesthatin orderfor TOPelectronics to reach its fullcommercialpotential,materials firmwill need to deliver noveldielectrics.Thesedielectrics will playa key role in enablingflexiblebackplanes tosupport more thanjust low-refresh ratee-paperdisplays and willalso be critical tocreating thin-film solaronmetal foilsubstrates. In the future,OTFT-based UHF RFID mayalsodepend on abetter match between thesemiconductor anddielectricmaterialsused.

Dielectrics are more than just a revenue source;theyalsoprovideleverage for sales of other typesofmaterials.NanoMarketsbelieves that those firms which plantoofferdielectrics matchedto the conductor andsemiconductormaterials intheir portfoliowill have a distinct marketadvantageover thosethat do not. BASF,Evonik, Merck/EMD and Polyeraare wellpositionedin this regard.Customers will come to companiessuch asthese tobuy completematerials sets to ensure highperformance ofnewthin-filmtransistor (TFT), memory and sensordevices.

Today's most common dielectrics requirehightemperaturedepositionand are therefore not well matchedwithnext-generationTOPelectronics with its emphasis onsolutionprocessing onflexiblesubstrates. As a result, there areintensedevelopmentefforts forsolution-processable dielectrics. Thisworkinvolveshighly novelmaterials such as water-based siliconoxides,bariumtitanatenanocomposites, and "hybrimers," and itsimportanceisemphasizedby the involvement of major firms such asDuPont,DowCorning andHoneywell.

About the Report

The new NanoMarkets report, "Thin-Film,OrganicandPrintableDielectrics," provides a complete analysisofthecommercialopportunities for dielectric materialsinTOPelectronics.Materials covered include silicondioxide,siliconnitride, metaloxides, organic materials, and a widerange ofhybridmaterials,nanomaterials and self-assembledmaterials.Applicationscoveredinclude conventional TFT backplanes,variousOTFTproducts(backplanes, RFID and smartcards), printedsilicondevices,OLEDs,sensors and thin-film solarpanels.

Inadditiontothecompanies mentioned above other firms mentionedinthisreportinclude Dow Chemical, Elantas Beck, FujiElectric,HewlettPackard,Hitachi Chemical, Infineon, Kovio,Nanoident,NanoMas,Novaled,OrganicID, Philips, Plastic Logic,PolyIC, PolymerVision,Samsung,ScanDisk, Siemens, Sigma-Aldrich, SunChemical andThinFilmElectronics. The activities of privateanduniversityresearchinstitutes are also discussed. Thisworldwidestudy alsoincludesdetailed eight-year forecasts ofdielectricmarkets brokenout bymaterial type and application.

About NanoMarkets

NanoMarkets tracks and analyzes emergingmarketopportunitiesinelectronics created by developments inadvancedmaterials. Thefirmhas published numerous reports relatedtoorganic, thin filmandprintable electronics materialsandapplications. The firmalsopublishes a blog foundat
nanotopblog

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