Quantum Dots Spot $8.47 Billion Market Share By 2023

According the research report "Quantum Dots Market by Product, Material, Vertical, and geography - Global Forecast to 2023" published by MarketsandMarkets, the quantum dots market is expected to grow from $2.57 Billion in 2018 to $8.47 Billion by 2023, at a CAGR of 26.97% between 2018 and 2023. Major drivers are the increasing demand for quantum dots in high-quality display devices, growing implementation of quantum dots in numerous applications due to their miniature property, and rising adoption of energy-efficient and less or non-toxic quantum dots in solar cells and photovoltaics.

 

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  • Quantum dots market for QD displays to grow at highest CAGR during forecast period
  • Consumer vertical to hold largest size of quantum dots market during forecast period
  • APAC to hold largest market share and witness highest growth
  • Nanosys (US), Nanoco (UK), QD Laser (Japan), NN-Labs (US), and Ocean NanoTech (US) are the major companies in the quantum dots market. Other companies in this market are QD Vision (US), Quantum Material (US), Altair Nanotechnologies (US), and InVisage (US), among others.

 

Want to know more about the quantum dots market? Browse the "Quantum Dots Market - Global Forecast to 2023" report.

 

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