SOURCE: NanoMarkets

NanoMarkets

July 14, 2010 07:30 ET

NanoMarkets Announces Availability of Recording From Conference Call on Transparent Conductor Markets

GLEN ALLEN, VA--(Marketwire - July 14, 2010) -  NanoMarkets, a leading industry analyst in advanced materials and emerging electronics and energy markets, has made available the recording from the firm's teleconference on transparent conductor markets. The event was held on Tuesday, June 29th and presented NanoMarkets' latest findings from its ongoing coverage of the market for indium tin oxide (ITO) and alternative transparent conductors and from its new report, "Transparent Conductor Markets 2010: ITO and the Alternatives," that was released in June. Persons interested in accessing the file should contact the firm at http://nanomarkets.net/site/contact.

About the Call:

The conference call presented NanoMarkets' latest findings from its ongoing coverage of the market for indium tin oxide (ITO) and alternative transparent conductors. In a recent news release the firm stated that suppliers of ITO alternatives were facing extremely favorable market opportunities in light of changes in ITO prices as well as developments in application markets. On the call Dr. Paul Markowitz, the report's lead author, and Lawrence Gasman, NanoMarkets' principal analyst, addressed a host of questions surrounding where new opportunities are available for materials suppliers, how the competitive landscape has changed in the past year and what the implications will be for the next twelve to eighteen months. Further commentary on companies and specific product segments was also provided. 

About the report:

The NanoMarkets report, "Transparent Conductor Markets 2010: ITO and the Alternatives," analyzes the transparent conductor market, covering ITO, ITO inks, other TCOs, organic conductors, transparent nanotube and graphene coatings and nano-metallic coatings. The report examines how each of these materials fits into the current and future requirements for a broad variety of products including flat panel displays, e-paper and flexible displays, touch-screen displays, OLED lighting, thin-film and organic PV and EMI/RFI coatings. In addition, it will be of interest to any firm that is concerned about the changing value propositions of transparent conductors, in the display, PV and lighting industries and it includes eight-year volume and value forecasts of ITO and ITO alternatives as well as a discussion of strategies for market success in this market.

About NanoMarkets:

NanoMarkets tracks and analyzes emerging market opportunities in energy and electronics markets created by developments in advanced materials. Visit www.nanomarkets.net for a full listing of NanoMarkets' reports and other services.

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