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Aug252010

display alliance news 8.25.2010

Samsung still leads in LCD HDTV shipments, with Vizio close behind. LG moves up, while Sharp dips further.
Samsung continues to be the leading LCD HDTV shipper in the United States, claiming 19.7 percent of the market in the second quarter of 2010, according to market research firm iSuppli. The former leader, Vizio, is closing the gap, while Sony remains a distant third. Two trends that will probably continue: buyers gravitating more toward LED-backlit sets (a 5-percent jump from the first quarter) and more new HDTVs connected to the Internet (roughly 32 percent overall). Read the full article at zdnet.

Taiwan's Chimei steps up patents battle with Sony.
Taiwanese flat-screen maker Chimei Innolux Corp., an affiliate of technology giant Foxconn, said Wednesday it had filed more patent infringement lawsuits against Sony in the United States and China. The company said it hoped to halt Sony's sales and shipments of the Playstation 3 game console, Bravia LCD television, Vaio notebook computer and Cybershot digital camera using the suits filed to the US International Trade Commission and the Delaware Federal District Court. Read the full article here.

Corning upgraded at Oppenheimer; analyst sees bottom to stock's slide.
With worries of an oversupply in the LCD TV supply chain likely at a peak, it is time for investors to snap up specialty glass maker Corning Inc., says an Oppenheimer analyst. Over the past few weeks, analysts have been sounding the alarm on an excess of inventory at LCD TV manufacturers, a factor that could cause slower revenue growth for suppliers such as Corning. Read the full article at canadianbusiness.

It’s All for Sony? AUO and Wistron to Establish a JV for LCM in China.
On August 20 2010 AUO and Wistron announced the establishment of a joint venture for  TFT LCD panel module manufacturing in Zhongshan, China. Total investment in the JV, tentatively named Zhongshan BriVision Optronics Corporation, is expected to be limited to $10 million; AUO will own 51% and Wistron will hold 49%. Read the full article at DispaySearchBlog.

China market: 32-inch segment takes 41% of TV panel shipments in 2Q10, says WitsView.
The 32-inch segment accounted for 41% of the total LCD TV panel shipments in China in the second quarter of 2010, followed by the 26-inch segment with 15%, according to WitsView. In the global TV panel market, the 32-inch segment also ranked first with a 44% share in the second quarter, followed by the 40- to 42-inch segment with 21%. Read the full article at digitmes.

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