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E Ink invests in Weifeng for e-tag partnership

Jan 29, 12:13

E-paper maker E Ink has announced plans to invest in China-based Weifeng via its subsidiary. The two companies will form a partnership on ESL e-tags.

Electronic shelf label revenues to reach US$2 billion by 2019, says ABI Research

Sep 3, 14:36

Over the next five years electronic shelf labels (ESL) are set to grow beyond retail markets in legislated countries, with revenues increasing six fold to almost US$2 billion by 2019,...

Chi Lin introduce E Ink-based e-tag products

Oct 22, 01:35

Eyeing the commercial display market for e-paper, Chi Lin Technology, a subsidiary of the Chi Mei Group, has launched a series of e-tag products based on E Ink Holding's (EIH's) EPD...

Delta to expand e-paper product lines

Dec 11, 14:51

Taiwan-based Delta Electronics plans to broaden its e-paper business into not only the e-book reader and e-tag markets, but also to applications such as highway billboards, according...

AUO aims to ship 1-2 million e-book reader panels in 2010

Oct 23, 15:50

LCD panel maker AU Optronics (AUO) aims to ship 1-2 million e-book reader panels in 2010, taking as much as almost one third of the global market for the segment, according to company...

AUO president and CEO LJ Chen
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Global AP demand forecast, 2017-2020

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Global notebook shipment forecast, 2017 and beyond
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