Nanomaterials are being widely applied in the electronics and computing
industry, primarily arising from the need to create smaller, faster microchips
and memory devices, as well as offering improved performance for displays and
sensors. Application of nanotechnology in integrated circuits is leading to
improvements in processor density and performance, energy efficiency and
reliability. Intel is currently utilising an atomic layer deposition process
to deposit high-k materials in the fabrication of 45 nm chips.
Organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) are also beginning to impact the market,
enabling low power, flexible displays with high performance capabilities.
Quantum dot displays with tunability that enables high-performance color are
also close to market. Nanomaterials are also being integrated into Field
Emission Displays (FED), and Surface-conductive Electron-emissive Displays
(SED), which are not on the market as yet as opposed to commercially available
OLED displays in portable electronic applications such as mobile phone screens
Nanomaterials have potential to meet a wide range of memory device needs
including speed, power consumption, density, reliability, non-volatility, and
cost. There are a number of nanotechnology-based approaches to the development
of data storage; Magnetoresistive Random Access Memory (MRAM), Ferroelectric
RAM, (FeRAM), Resistive RAM (RRAM), and NRAM (Nanotube RAM). Moore's Law
dictates that these current devices will inevitably rely on emerging
nanotechnology, be it in materials or fabrication. Carbon nanotubes and
nanocrystals are utilized for their radiation and temperature intolerance,
high speed capabilities and long-term scaling potential. Companies such as
Samsung and Nanosys are using nanocrystal memory to extend floating gate or
charge trap flash memory structures.
This 172 page report from Future Markets, Inc. is the first market study
produced covering the raft of applications and end products enabled by
nanotechnology and nanomaterials in the electronics sector.
WHAT DOES THE REPORT INCLUDE?
Comprehensive quantitative data and forecasts for the global
nanoelectronics markets from 2009 to 2017
Qualitative insight and perspective on the current market and future
trends in end user markets based on interviews with key executives
End user market analysis; market revenues to 2017, by nanomaterials type
and end user markets; market structure; market drivers; key players by market
Over 75 tables and figures illustrating market size and by end user demand
Over 150 full company profiles of nanoelectronics application developers
including technology descriptions, revenues, contact details, and end user
markets for their products
WHO SHOULD BUY THIS REPORT?
Advanced materials producers, application developers; sales and marketing
Corporate strategists and policy advisors
Technology consultants and analysts, venture capitalists, and readers
interested in the advanced materials market
New technology teams and application developers in the aerospace and
aviation; automotive; consumer goods; electronics and semiconductors;
displays; medical and bio; military and defense markets.
Statistics and data to illustrate market breakdowns
In-depth analysis of the future of nanotech in electronics to 2017
Clearly presented data to give a complete picture of the future of the
Table of Contents
Table of Contents
1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
3. NANOTECHNOLOGY AND NANOMATERIALS IN ELECTRONICS
3.1. Metal oxide nanopowders
3.1.1. Aluminium Oxide
3.1.2. Antimony Tin Oxide
3.1.3. Cerium Oxide
3.1.4. Cobalt Oxide
3.1.5. Copper Oxide
3.1.6. Iron Oxide
3.1.7. Magnesium Oxide
3.1.8. Manganese Oxide
3.1.9. Nickel Oxide
3.1.10. Silicon Oxide
3.1.11. Yttrium Oxide
3.1.12. Zinc Oxide
3.2. Carbon nanotubes
3.3. Fullerenes and POSS
3.8. Quantum Dots
4.1. Coatings and films
4.1.1. Market revenues, current and projected
4.2. Data storage and processing
4.2.1. Market revenues, current and projected
4.3.1. Market revenues, current and projected
4.4. Semiconductors and electronics packaging
4.4.1. Market revenues, current and projected
4.5. Printable electronics
4.5.1. Market revenues, current and projected
5. COMPANY PROFILES
5.1. Aculon, Inc.
5.2. Advance NanoPower, Inc.
5.3. American Dye Source, Inc.
5.4. Aneeve Nanotechnologies LLC
5.5. Angewandte Mikro-Und Optoelektronik GmbH
5.6. Angstron Materials LLC
5.7. Applied Nanotech, Inc.
5.10. Bayer MaterialScience AG
5.11. Brewer Science
5.12. Buckeye Composites
5.13. California Molecular Electronics Corp.
5.14. Cambrios Technologies Corp.
5.15. Carben Semicon Ltd.
5.16. Carbon NT&F 21
5.17. Carbon Solutions, Inc.
5.18. Carestream Advanced Materials
5.19. Catalytic Materials LLC
5.20. Cheaptubes, Inc.
5.21. Chengdu Organic Chemicals Co., Ltd.
5.22. Cima Nanotech
5.23. CNano Technology Limited
5.24. CVD Equipment Corp
5.25. C3Nano, Inc.
5.26. Dainippon Screen Mfg. Co., Ltd.
5.28. Durham Graphene Science Ltd.
5.29. Eikos, Inc.
5.30. Everspin Technologies
5.31. Ferro Corporation
5.32. Fujitsu Laboratories
5.33. FutureCarbon GmbH
5.34. General Nan0 LLC
5.35. Granph Nanotech
5.36. Graphene Frontiers
5.37. Graphene Industries Ltd.
5.38. Graphene Works, Inc.
5.39. Graphenea Nanomaterials
5.40. Hanwha Nanotech Co., Ltd.
5.41. Helix Material Solutions, Inc.
5.42. Honjo Chemical Corporation
5.43. HRL Laboratories, LLC
5.44. Hyperion Catalysis, LLC
5.45. International Business Machines Corp. (IBM)
5.46. Intel Corporation
5.47. JenLaur Ltd.
5.48. Jiangsu Geo Quin Nano Raro Earth Co., Ltd.
5.49. Jiaozuo Banlu Nano Material Engineering Co., Ltd.
5.50. Keeling & Walker
5.51. Marion Technologies
5.52. Mel Chemicals
5.53. Meliorum Technologies, Inc.
5.54. M.E.R. Corporation
5.55. Metal Nanopowders Ltd.
5.56. MicrotechNano, LLC
5.58. Molecular Nanosystems, Inc.
5.59. Nanjing High Technology Nano Co., Ltd.
5.63. Nanoco Technologies, Ltd.
5.64. Nanocomp Technologies, Inc.
5.68. Nanogram Corporation
5.70. NanoLab, Inc.
5.71. Nanomag Co., Ltd.
5.72. NanoMas Technologies, Inc.
5.73. Nano-Oxides, Inc.
5.74. Nanophase Technologies Corporation
5.76. Nanoshel LLC
5.77. Nanosonic, Inc.
5.78. Nanosperse LLC
5.79. Nanosquare Inc.
5.80. Nanostructured and Amorphous Materials, Inc.
5.81. Nanosys Inc.
5.82. Nanotailor, Inc.
5.83. NanoTechLabs, Inc.
5.84. Nanotek Instruments, Inc.
5.85. Nano Terra, Inc.
5.86. Nanothink S.A.
5.87. Nantero, Inc.
5.88. NEI Corporation
5.89. NeoTechProduct Research and Production Company Ltd.
5.90. Nissan Chemical America Corporation
5.91. Nisshin Engineering, Inc.
5.92. NN-Labs LLC
5.93. Noritake Co.
5.95. Nyacol Nanotechnologies, Inc.
5.96. Ocean Nanotech LLC
5.98. PlasmaChem GmbH
5.99. QD Vision
5.100. Quantum Materials Corp.
5.101. Samsung Electronics
5.102. SES Research
5.103. Shandong Zhongshun Science & Technology Development Co., Ltd.
5.104. Shenzhen Nanotech Port Co., Ltd.
5.105. Showa Denko Carbon, Inc.
5.106. Sigma Aldrich
5.107. SouthWest NanoTechnologies, Inc.
5.108. Sukgyung Co., Ltd.
5.109. Sumi Long Nanotechnology Materials (Shenzhen) Co., Ltd.
5.110. Sun Nanotech Co., Ltd.
5.112. TECO Nanotech Co., Ltd.
5.114. Texas Instruments, Inc.
5.115. Toray Industries, Inc.
5.116. Unidym, Inc.
5.117. UT Dots Inc.
5.118. Vorbeck Materials Corporation
5.119. Voxtel Inc.
5.120. XG Sciences
5.121. Xiamen Knano Graphene Technology Co., Ltd
5.122. XinNano Materials Inc.
5.124. Xolve, Inc.
5.125. XP Nano Material CO., Ltd.
5.126. YTC America, Inc.
5.128. Ziptronix, Inc.
NANOTECHNOLOGY AND NANOMATERIALS IN THE ELECTRONICS SECTOR published by Future Markets, Inc. in January 25, 2012. This report consists of 137 Pages and the price starts from US $ 1720.