Printed Electronics to Hit $300B by 2028 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Mike Buetow   
Tuesday, 29 April 2008 09:23
DUBLIN -- Printed electronics will be a $300 billion market within 20 years, claims a recent research report, with the largest segment printed transistors and memory.

The technology, says Research and Markets, will drive lighting, displays, signage, electronics, medical disposables, smart packaging and smart labels, among other products. The firm claims more than 150 organizations across the chemical, plastics, printing, electronics and other industries are developing printed transistors and memory, with the first products being sold this year.

 

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