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The transition to 4k TV - UHD TV market forecast, 2014-2017
Tom Lo, DIGITIMES Research, Taipei [Thursday 26 June 2014]
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Ultra HD TV vendors are facing challenges due to an overall slowdown in the TV industry and are concerned whether relative supply chains can provide compatible Ultra HD content and services. However, trends show that content makers as well as panel and chip makers are all ramping up development of Ultra HD related products and services amid expected growth. This Digitimes Research report looks at the development of these trends and provides statistics and analysis for determining market prospects for the Ultra HD TV industry going into 2015.
Abstract
China and worldwide UHD TV shipments, 2013-2017 (m units)

Ultra HD TV vendors are facing challenges due to an overall slowdown in the TV industry and are concerned whether relative supply chains can provide compatible Ultra HD content and services. However, trends show that content makers as well as panel and chip makers are all ramping up development of Ultra HD related products and services amid expected growth. This Digitimes Research report looks at the development of these trends and provides statistics and analysis for determining market prospects for the Ultra HD TV industry going into 2015.

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