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Products using organic transistors and memory to reach US$21.6 billion by 2015: Report

The growing demand for flexible, large area electronic circuitry from packaging, displays, smart cards, sensors and...


November 27, 2007  


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The growing demand for flexible, large area electronic circuitry from packaging, displays, smart cards, sensors and other industry sectors will drive the organic transistor and memory market to US$21.6 billion by 2015, according to a new market research report from NanoMarkets

The firm says that during the past year, organic thin-film transistors (OTFTs) and memories have achieved enhanced credibility as they have achieved performance at or better than some silicon TFTs and as significant investments have been made in production facilities for these organic devices.

Organic logic and memory may be the best chance for bringing down the cost of RFID to a point where item level tracking of moderately priced products becomes economically feasible.

NanoMarkets projects RFID that uses organic circuitry will become a US$11.6 billion market.