QD Displays Big Coin By 2026

According to a report published by Transparency Market Research, the global quantum dot (QD) display market was valued at $1,176.2 Million in 2017 and is anticipated to register a CAGR of over 23% from 2018 to 2026. Increasing adoption of cadmium free quantum dot displays and growing popularity of consumer electronics devices have increased the penetration and growth of the quantum dot (QD) display market globally. The market in North America is expanding at a significant CAGR of above 24% on the backdrop of numerous technological innovations in electronics devices and increasing investments in the development of the medical sector.

 

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  • Growing demand for enhanced display technologies and increasing awareness about energy efficient solutions has increased the adoption of quantum dot display products.
  • Cadmium-free Segment to Dominate the Global Quantum Dot (QD) Display Market
  • Implementation of Quantum Dot Displays in Medical Devices to Boost Growth of the Hardware Segment
  • Key Players Such as Sony Corporation, LG Display Co. Ltd., and Samsung Electronics Co. Ltdare Likely to Continue to Lead the Global Quantum Dot (QD) Display Market  

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