Vol 25 - Issue 41


LED Inside: MiniLED Applications to Hit the Market in 2019

by Andrew Fenn

The development of miniLED will accelerate in 2019 and 2020, and its market value will reach $1.7 billion by 2022, according to data from LED Inside. Several industry players including San’an, HC Semitek, Epistar, …

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Almost 58% of Global Downstream Internet Traffic Used for Video

by Andrew Fenn

Sandvine, a provider of network intelligence solutions, has released a report indicating that video represents almost 58% of total global downstream internet traffic. In addition, Netflix is responsible for 15% of overall downstream traffic, …

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IDC: Commercial Renewals Maintain Stability in EMEA PC Market

by Andrew Fenn

The Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) traditional PC market remained stable in the third quarter of 2018, with the market turning positive (0.5% growth year-on-year) and totalling 18.1 million units, according to IDC. …

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Innolux to Launch Two New Business Units in India

by Andrew Fenn

According to Digitimes, Innolux is in the process of setting up two new business units in India, a business centre and an “mLED business unit”, which will focus on active matrix miniLED and microLED …

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Spain’s Pay TV Subscriptions Grew Over 10% Year-on-Year in 2018 Q1

by Andrew Fenn

Pay TV is significantly growing in Spain, with over 6.7 million subscribers in the first quarter of 2018, up from 6.09 million last year, representing growth of 10.4% year-on-year, according to CNMC, as reported …

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OLED-A Not Optimistic about Better Blue

by Bob Raikes

The OLED Association has made a nice summary table of the latest developments in higher efficiency blue materials. The organisation also showed this slide that was released by Sumitomo at the event that shows …

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30% of French Internet Users Subscribe to an SVoD Service

by Andrew Fenn

30% of French online users aged six years and older used an SVoD service during the past 12 months, 10% higher than in December 2017, according to Médiamétrie. This means that an estimated 13.6 …

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Ceatec 2018 Introduction

by Chris Chinnock

The Ceatec trade show held in Japan each fall used to be like a preview to what you would see at CES in a few months. The latest in TV technology was always a …

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LG Starts to Look at Profit in the OLED Panel Business

by Bob Raikes

Bizarrely, although LG is the exclusive supplier of the most widely prized display technology in the TV world and has a range of TV brands happy to buy as many OLEDs as it can …

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Blippar CEO to Present Opening Address at ISE 2019

by Andrew Fenn

Integrated Systems Europe has announced that Ambarish Mitra, the co-founder and CEO of augmented reality technology company Blippar, will present the opening address at ISE 2019 on February 4th 2019, discussing how AR and …

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Pontus Uses TOLED for HUD

by Bob Raikes

The Pontus HUD 1000 is a new HUD based on a transparent AMOLED (TOLED) display from Samsung. The 64K colour display which has 360 x 112 resolution can integrate with the internal systems in …

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Red Hydrogen One Starts Shipping

by Bob Raikes

Camera developer Red has started shipping the Hydrogen One smartphone that we reported on previously. There are two cases, with the aluminium one at $1,295 and the titanium version at $1,595. There is a …

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