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市场调研公司NanoMarkets宣布了用于可印刷电子材料远程电信会议日期

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2007年5月24日新闻 Glen Allen, VA: 领先的行业分析公司NanoMarkets宣布将于6月13日东部时间上午10:00举办一场远程电信会议,展出该公司在可印刷电子领域正在进行的研究, 会议简介: NanoMarkets举办的此次电信会议将集中关注可印刷电子的材料事项以及如何与新型的PE市场联系。会议包括分析银,硅,碳,铜,金,镍,ITO以及用于指定领域,如RFID,显示器,传感器,底板,PV和电池的氧化锌等材料的适用性。会议还将为拥有选定关键材料市场计划的材料供应商调查市场机遇,包括目前市场趋势和PE材料业务,并探讨印刷电路的战略性生产和相关事项。此次会议将持续约45分钟,6月14日将推出该会议的录音。 可印刷电子用银粉和银墨:2007-2014 银墨目前在可印刷电子行业占有独一无二的地位,银墨是唯一用于PE的材料,由许多厂商生产PE,PE被用于生产多种商业电子产品。这就非常容易理解为何会占据如此重要的地位,银是一种理想的导体,它不仅比其他金属更容易传导,而且,在其表面的氧化物也具有传导性,因此,自从诞生了电子,银就被作为了一种导体。对于在电子应用中使用银已经有了较深的理解。最后,银墨已经多年被用于制图应用。无可否认的是,印刷一张贺卡和印刷一张RFID卡大相径庭,但是,历史给予了银墨生产商一些将银颗粒和银片制成银粉的有用经验。 目前大约有20家公司提供电子应用领域用的银墨。在印刷电子过程中,目前银墨的最重要的应用领域是印刷RFID天线,但是,银墨还应用于其他领域,在这些领域种银墨不作为PE的一部分,因为印刷是用于制造完整功能电子的生产方法中的次要部分,这些应用领域包括膜开关见的印刷连接以及电路板中的印刷传导轨迹,智能包装,贺卡,游戏等。印刷银也用于EMI屏蔽,这是一种鉴于PE和涂料业务间的应用。 直到最近,用于PE和相关应用的银墨在专用化学品市场占有较小的一部分。然而,随着PE商业的起步,银墨的销售量开始大大提高。NanoMarkets最新的报道预测用于主要PE应用的银粉销售额到2014年将超过10亿美元,这是一个潜在的商业机遇,但是也带来了许多问题。 作为银粉制造商或银墨制造商提高价值链,原材料公司从哪里可以获得最大利益? 最新的纳米粒银墨是否将完全替代市场上的片状银粉? 在未来PE商业中是否有其他新的导体材料影响银墨的使用和发展? 哪种印刷过程对于发展银墨是有意义的? 该报道旨在回答这些问题及更多问题,其主要目标是分析和量化印刷电子用银墨制造商的机遇,尤其关注制造一个完整的功能性设备的印刷过程中银墨用于哪一部分,而非关注用于制造一些传导束或简单的提供一个涂料方案。关注这一点是因为真正的PE应用很有可能发展,并且在这个领域会产生非常多的乐趣。 在该报道中我们调查了两项商业事项――特别是银墨的最大应用领域,以及银墨传导性,热要求,环境稳定性,形成趋势等的技术革新,还调查了银墨和相关银粉的主要生产商的生产情况,并且分析其策略及其工作的进展状况,最后,该报告提供了应用银墨,银墨类型以及印刷过程类型的详细收入预报。 该报道中我们介绍了多种电子产品,这些产品可能大量或少量印刷,甚至现在或十几年后只是生产一批。获益最大的领域是显示器,RFID,底板,光电池,计算机存储器,传感器,耐用产品,贺卡,智能包装和多种新奇产品。然而,也提到了其他产品。因为材料供应商最关注的就是材料,我们将在整篇报道中为所有在可印刷电子领域厂商跟踪介绍银墨的应用及其发展机遇,包括印刷设备生产商,印刷工,集成商和技术开发商。 该报道完全是国际化的,预测也是世界范围内的预测,报道中没有选择或采访哪个地区的公司收集信息。在欧洲,德国一直关注化学工业和印刷行业或印刷设备行业,印刷行业为德国取得了特殊的地位,事实上,涉及显示器底板和显示器(在这方面,亚洲几乎被认为是专家级的水平)的两个最大的可印刷电子的应用使亚洲消费电子产品领域在整个行业市场中扮演着一个特殊的角色。最后,美国财政资源的优越性――冒险资本家和政府职员――也有助于形成了这样一个市场。 为了确定银粉的应用领域,我们机遇初次调查和二次调查出台了此项报道,初次调查来自NanoMarkets公司持续的采访计划,我们经常采访一些在整个印刷电子价值链中的关键行政主管人员,包括设备和原材料生产商以及设备及其子系统本身的生产商。二次调查是利用互联网,商业数据库,贸易新闻文章,SEC filing及其他公司文化写出在该领域正在发生的情况。NanoMarkets的研究者还经常参加一些贸易展会和会议并发言。 在该报告中,我们将需求方分析和银墨,尤其运用银纳米颗粒的技术创新的发展情况预测相结合。这使得我们观察到在此领域的机遇进展情况以及都有哪些合适的商业模式。 original text: [COLOR=#708090]NANOMARKETS ANNOUNCES DATE FOR TELECONFERENCE ON MATERIALS FOR PRINTABLE ELECTRONICS May 24, 2007 Glen Allen, VA: NanoMarkets, a leading analyst firm based here, has announced that it will hold a teleconference on Wednesday, June 13th at 10:00 AM EST to present findings from the firm’s ongoing research in the printable electronics field. About the Event: This new NanoMarkets teleconference will focus on the materials issues and how they relate to the emerging PE market. The presentation will include analysis of the applicability of materials including silver, silicon, carbon, copper, gold, nickel, ITO and zinc oxide for defined applications such as RFID, displays, sensors, backplanes, PV and batteries. It will examine the market opportunities for materials suppliers with selected forecasts of key materials markets, provide coverage of current market trends and developments in the PE materials business and discuss strategic manufacturing and production issues of printed electronic circuits. The call will last approximately 45 minutes. A recording of the event will be made available at a later date. SILVER POWDERS AND INKS FOR PRINTABLE ELECTRONICS: 2007-2014 Silver inks occupy a unique position in the printable electronics industry at the present time. They are the only inks for PE that are both widely available from a fairly large number of suppliers and in use today to produce commercial quantities of electronic products. It is fairly easy to understand why silver has achieved this position. Silver is the ideal conductor, it is not only more conductive than any other metal, but unlike other metals the oxides that ultimately grow on its surface are also conductive. And, of course, since silver has been used as a conductor since the beginning of electronics, there is already a deep understanding of it use in electronics applications. Finally, silver inks have been around for decades for graphics applications. Admittedly, there is considerable difference between printing a greetings card and printing an RFID. Nonetheless, this history has given ink makers some useful experience in making inks from silver particles and flakes. There may be as many as 20 firms currently supplying silver inks for electronic applications. In the context of printed electronics, the most important of the current applications for these inks is in printing RFID antennas. However, there are other applications for these inks that are usually not considered part of PE, because printing is inherently a minor part of the manufacturing approach used to create complete functional electronic devices. These other applications include printing contacts in membrane switches and printing conductive tracks for circuit boards, intelligent packaging, greetings cards, games, etc. Printed silver may also be used in EMI shielding, an application that hovers between PE and the coatings business. Until very recently, silver inks for PE and related applications represented a tiny niche in the specialty chemicals market. However, as the PE business takes off, silver inks show promise to become a product that will sell in quantities measured in the metric tones. NanoMarkets’ latest forecast show revenues from these inks for major PE applications exceeding $1.0 billion by 2014. That’s a substantial business opportunity and it raises a number of questions. Where is the most profitable place for a materials firm to position itself; as a powder maker, or higher up the value chain as an ink maker? Will the older inks based on silver flakes be eclipsed in the marketplace by the latest nanoparticulate silver inks? Are there other new conducting materials out there that will hurt the chances for silver inks in the future PE business? For which printing processes does it make sense to develop silver inks? This report is intended to answers these questions and more. Its main objective is to analyze and quantify the opportunities for manufacturers of silver inks for use in printed electronics. The focus - especially in the forecasting section - is where silver inks are part of a printing process intended to create a complete functional device; rather than in which printed silver is used to create a few conductive tracts or simply provide a coating solution. This focus is because it is the true PE applications where the growth is likely to come from and the area that is generating most of the excitement. In this report we examine both business issues - notably the applications in which silver inks are likely to find the largest use —— and the technical evolution of silver inks in terms of conductivity, thermal requirements, environmental stability, formulation trends, etc. We also review the activities of major manufacturers of silver inks and related powders and analyze their strategies and how well they are working. Finally, we provided detailed revenue forecasts for silver inks broken out by application, type of ink and type of printing process. In this report, we cover a very broad range of electronic products that may be printed in large or modest volumes-or even in one offs-now or in the next decade. The areas of most interest are displays, RFID, backplanes, photovoltaics, computer memories, sensors, wearable products, greetings cards, smart packaging and novelty products. However, other products are mentioned along the way. Although materials issues will, of course, be of primary interest to materials suppliers, we will endeavor throughout the report to trace the implications of and opportunities from developments in silver inks for all players in the printable electronics sector. This includes printing equipment manufacturers, printers, integrators, and technology developers. This report is entirely international in scope. The forecasts are worldwide forecasts and we have not been geographically selective in the firms that we have covered in the report or interviewed in order to collect information. In Europe, Germany has been a focus of both the chemical industry and the printing/printing equipment industry that gives this country a special place in the discussion. The fact that two of the biggest applications for printable electronics relate to displays—backplanes and displays themselves—are something of an Asian specialty has given the Asian consumer electronics sector a special role in this market. Finally, the preeminence of U.S. financial sources—both venture capitalists and government sources—has also helped to shape the market. To determine where the opportunities for silver inks, we are basing this report on both primary and secondary research. The primary research comes from NanoMarkets’ ongoing interview program in which we conduct regular interviews with key executives throughout the entire printed electronics value chain—including manufacturers of equipment and materials and of devices and subsystems themselves. The secondary research drew on the World Wide Web, commercial databases, trade press articles, SEC filings and other corporate literature to fill out what is going on in this sector. NanoMarkets’ researchers have also been frequent attendees and speakers at important trade shows and conferences. In this report we match the demand-side analysis with an assessment of what is going on in the technical evolution of silver inks, especially the accelerating trend to using silver nanoparticles. This enables us to develop a view on what the opportunities in this space are going to be and what the appropriate business models are.[/COLOR]
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