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NEW YORK, Aug. 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

Nanowire LEDs Patent Investigation

http://www.reportlinker.com/p02146138/Nanowire-LEDs-Patent-Investigation.html

KEY FEATURES OF THE REPORT

The report provides essential patent data, technology analysis and forecast for LED Nanowires.

It identifies more than 100 patent holders of LED Nanowires related intellectual property. It provides in-depth analysis of key technology segments and key players including:
–Time evolution of patent publications and countries of patent filings
–Current legal status of patents
–Ranking of main patent applicants
–Joint developments and IP collaboration network of main patent applicants
–Key patents
–Granted patents near expiration
–Relative strength of main companies IP portfolio
–Overview of patent litigations
–Matrix applicants/technology issues for more than 30 companies

A special focus is provided on key issues and approaches:
–Materials: GaN, ZnO, GaAs, InP …
–Type of technology: active device (active layers), passive device (light extraction enhancement)
–Type of PN junction: axial, radial (core-shell), axial/radial

The "LED Nanowires IP" profiles of 6 companies is presented, with key patents, technological key approach, and partnerships

The report also provides an extensive Excel database with all patents analyzed in the report with technology segmentation.

This database allows multi-criteria searches:

Patent information:
- Patent publication number
- Hyperlinks to the original documents
- Priority date
- Title
- Abstract
- Patent Assignees
- Technological segments
- Legal status for each member of the patent family

Technological segments:
-Deposition Method
-Substrate
-Material
-PN Junction
The Authors p5
Scope Of the Report p6
Key Features of the Report p7
Objectives of the Report p9
Glossary p10
Nanowire LED terminology p11
Terminology for Patent Analysis p12
Methodology p14
Search Strategy and Patent Screening p16
Introduction p17
Executive Summary p18

I Overview of the LED Nanowires Technology p26
• Overview of LED Front End
• Focus on Nanowire LEDs

II LED Nanowires IP Landscape Overview p50
1 Active Devices p51
Segmentation
Time Evolution of Patent Publication
Geographic Breakdown of Patent Filing
Time Evolution by Country of Publication
Legal Status Breakdown
Main Patent Assignees Ranking
Time Evolution of Top-15 Patent Assignees
Country of Publication for Top-15 Patent Assignees
Patent Assignee IP Network
Expiration of Granted Patents
Summary of Main Assignee Patent Portfolios
Strength of Main Assignee Patent Portfolios
Segmentation Active Devices p67
• Overview
• Deposition Method
• Substrate
• Active Material
• PN Junction
– Axial
– Radial
– Axial & Radial

2 Passive Devices p90
Segmentation Passive Devices
Time Evolution of Patent Publication
Geographic Breakdown of Patent Filing
Time Evolution by Country of Publication
Legal Status Breakdown
Main Patent Assignees Ranking
Time Evolution of Top-15 Patent Assignees
Country of Publication for Top-15 Patent Assignees
Patent Assignee IP Network
Expiration of Granted Patents
Summary of Main Assignee Patent Portfolios
Strength of Main Assignee Patent Portfolios
Segmentation Passive Devices p103
IP Summary for Key Players p107

III Nanowire LEDs – Key Players p119
• Overview
• Partnerships
• Company profile – Aledia
• Company profile – gl?
• Company profile – Nanocrystal
• Company profile – Ecospark
• Company profile – CrayoNano

IV LED Market and Industry Trends p127
• Introduction to High Brightness LEDs
• History of LED Industry
• Packaged LED Revenue Forecast by Application
• Packaged LED Price Trends
• GaN Deposition Reactor Capacity vs. Demand
• Drivers for Adoption of LED for General Lighting - Upfront Cost
• Cost Structure of Lighting Products - Analysis
• Cost Structure of Packaged LED – Roadmap

V Conclusions p133

VI Patents available for licensing p139


Companies Mentioned

Aledia, CEA, Chonbuk National University, Delta Electronics, Dongguk University, Ecospark, Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI), Epistar, General Electric, gl?, Gwangju Institute, Hanyang University, Hewlett Packard, Hokkaido University, Hongfujin Precision Industry, Hon Hai Precision Industry, Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI), Inha University, Institute of Semiconductors (CAS), Kodak, Korea Institute, Korean Research Institute of Chemical Technology (KRICT), Kumoh National Institute Technology, Lite on Technology, Lextar Electronics, LG, Lund University, Mc Gill University, Merck, Nanocrystal, Nanosys, National Chiao Tung University, National Science Foundation, NEC,Nitek,Postech Foundation (Pohang University of Sciences and Technology), Panasonic, Philips,Photonstar LED, QuNano, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Samsung, Seoul Opto Devices, Seoul University, Shandong University, Sharp, Sino American Silicon Products, Solidlite, Sophia School, Stormled, Sundiode, Sungkyunkwan University, Sun Yat Sen University, Suzhou Institute of Nano-Tech and Nano-Bionics (SINANO), Suzhou Nanowin Science and Technology (Nanowin), TatwahSmartech, Tsinghua University, Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST),University of California, University of Linköping, University of Mexico, University of Shanghai, University of Tokyo, US Air Force, US Department of Energy, Yeungnam University, Zhejiang University, Zhonghao Photoelectric


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http://www.reportlinker.com/p02146138/Nanowire-LEDs-Patent-Investigation.html



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