Key Drivers for Market Growth

November 2007
Portable Design;Nov2007, Vol. 13 Issue 11, p14
The article reports on the key factors that could affect the market growth of light emitting diode (LED) industry for mobile devices. According to Dr. Jagdish Rebello, director and principal analyst of iSuppli Corp., the growth will be driven by the continued strong demand for solid-state lighting for the backlighting of keypads and displays. Another factor is the emerging markets for light emitting diodes (LED) in the interior lightingof automobiles and in the backlighting of large-screen liquid crystal displays (LCD) for televisions and notebook computers.


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