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display alliance news 9.15.2010

Samsung Visual Display President will deliver keynote speech at CES 2011 Samsung has confirmed that Samsung Electronics’ Visual Display Division President, Boo-Keun Yoon will deliver a keynote speech at the upcoming CES exhibition. Yoon, who also addressed a keynote this year at the recently concluded IFA 2010 will be the second Samsung executive to give a keynote speech at the CES, which is said to be the world’s largest consumer electronics expo. Read more at samsunghub.

LCD Enclosure Manufacturer, Armagard – Launch New 46” Enclosure A new 46 " LCD enclosure has been launched by leading outdoor digital signage enclosure manufacturers, Armagard, to meet customer demand for protecting this increasingly common digital signage size in outdoor and harsh environments. Read the press release on displayalliance.

Corning CFO to Present at Bank of America/Merrill Lynch Investment Conference Corning Incorporated Vice Chairman and Chief Financial Officer James B. Flaws will address investors at the Bank of America/Merrill Lynch Investment Conference in San Francisco today. He will provide revisions to the company's third-quarter expectations, insight into LCD panel makers supply chain inventory, and an update on other business performance. Read more at marketwatch.

Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America Selects Portable eBeam Solutions From Luidia Luidia, Inc., the award-winning developer of eBeam portable interactive whiteboards and display solutions, and Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America, Inc., known for award-winning, high-quality, high-definition presentation and display products, today announced a partnership through which Mitsubishi will sell eBeam Edge products and Mitsubishi projectors as bundled packages. Read more at prnewswire.

Smartphones and tablets drive small and medium sized LCD TFTs growth Rising sales of smartphones and tablet PCs in 2010 will contribute to the growth of small and medium sized TFT LCD panels and enable it to expand at its fastest pace in years, according to analyst outfit iSuppli. TFT LCD panels are set to rise by 28.1 percent in 2010 to 2.3 billion units, up 28.1 percent from 1.8 billion in 2009. iSuppli reckons this will represent the highest level of growth for the market since 2007, when shipments rose by 49.8 percent. The figures below represent iSuppli’s forecast of global shipments of small and medium TFT LCD panels. iSuppli defines small/medium displays as those having a diagonal dimension of less than 10 inches. Read more at techeye.

Large-size panel shipments up 2% in August, says WitsView Large-size TFT-LCD panel shipments totaled 51.79 million units in August 2010, increasing 2% from 50.87 million units in July, according to WitsView. Overall large-size panel shipments in the third quarter were expected to be affected by the worse-than-expected demand in the end market due to high inventory levels. Read more at digitimes.

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