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NanoMarkets to Release its LED Phosphor Markets Report by May 2012

NanoMarkets, an industry analyst firm recently declared that its publication schedule has been supplemented with a new report titled ‘LED Phosphor Markets – 2012’, awaiting its release during the week of May 28. The report will be offered at pre-publication rates from May 29.

With increased efficacy and extended lifetime, LED lighting will turn to be a highly preferred and dominant lighting technology in certain countries.

However, certain limitations of LEDs include unpleasant warmth or coolness, poor color rendering than traditional incandescent bulbs. Furthermore, variations in LED color temperature differ with respect to viewing angle.

The above limitations are critical to the long-term achievement of LED lighting, for majority of LED manufacturers. This also serves as an opportunity for firms that design LED lighting phosphors that leverage LEDs color temperatures and color rendering. NanoMarkets predict that the LED lighting market is entitled to have several new proprietary phosphor solutions. Also, phosphor firms can promote their brands besides making protectable IP.

Representing the long-term position of NanoMarkets in the area of solid-state lighting and related materials, this recent report offers an in-depth forecast and analysis of the LED phosphor market in another eight years.

This report evaluates the recent market strategies, technical developments and products related to LED phosphors. It analyses the performance improvements with respect to the markets for phosphors. Also, backlighting, general illumination, and outdoor/street lighting and its opportunities that promote itself in LED phosphor market are also evaluated.

Furthermore, this nanomarket report includes evaluation of the strategies of established firms that operate dynamically in the LED phosphors space. This report consists of granular eight-year forecasts concerned with inorganic LED phosphors shipments in terms of volume and value, with respect to the phosphor type.


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Gary graduated from the University of Manchester with a first-class honours degree in Geochemistry and a Masters in Earth Sciences. After working in the Australian mining industry, Gary decided to hang up his geology boots and turn his hand to writing. When he isn't developing topical and informative content, Gary can usually be found playing his beloved guitar, or watching Aston Villa FC snatch defeat from the jaws of victory.


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