Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials in the Electronics Sector

Date: September 22, 2011
Pages: 172
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Publisher: Future Markets, Inc.
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Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials in the Electronics Sector
Report summary

Nanomaterials are being widely applied in the electronics and computing industry, primarily arising from the need to create smaller, faster microchips and memory devices, as well as offering improved performance for displays and sensors. Application of nanotechnology in integrated circuits is leading to improvements in processor density and performance, energy efficiency and reliability. Intel is currently utilising an atomic layer deposition process to deposit high-k materials in the fabrication of 45 nm chips.

Organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) are also beginning to impact the market, enabling low power, flexible displays with high performance capabilities. Quantum dot displays with tunability that enables high-performance color are also close to market. Nanomaterials are also being integrated into Field Emission Displays (FED), and Surface-conductive Electron-emissive Displays (SED), which are not on the market as yet as opposed to commercially available OLED displays in portable electronic applications such as mobile phone screens and laptops.

Nanomaterials have potential to meet a wide range of memory device needs including speed, power consumption, density, reliability, non-volatility, and cost. There are a number of nanotechnology-based approaches to the development of data storage; Magnetoresistive Random Access Memory (MRAM), Ferroelectric RAM, (FeRAM), Resistive RAM (RRAM), and NRAM (Nanotube RAM). Moore’s Law dictates that these current devices will inevitably rely on emerging nanotechnology, be it in materials or fabrication. Carbon nanotubes and nanocrystals are utilized for their radiation and temperature intolerance, high speed capabilities and long-term scaling potential. Companies such as Samsung and Nanosys are using nanocrystal memory to extend floating gate or charge trap flash memory structures.

This 172 page report from Future Markets, Inc. is the first market study produced covering the raft of applications and end products enabled by nanotechnology and nanomaterials in the electronics sector. Report contents include:
  • Nanomaterials development in the electronics sector utilizing the following materials:
    • Metal oxide nanopowders
    • Carbon nanotubes
    • Fullerenes and POSS
    • Graphene
    • Nanofibers
    • Nanosilver
    • Nanowires
    • Nanobuds
    • Quantum dots
  • Applications of nanomaterials in the following electronics sector sub-markets:
  • Coatings and films
    • Data storage and processing
    • Displays
    • Electronics packaging
    • Field emission devices
    • Printable and flexible electronics
  • Profiles of companies developing products and applications for the electronics sector utilizing nanomaterials and nanotechnology

1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

2 METHODOLOGY

3 NANOMATERIALS IN ELECTRONICS

3.1 Metal oxide nanopowders
  3.1.1 Aluminium Oxide
  3.1.2 Antimony Tin Oxide
  3.1.3 Cerium Oxide
  3.1.4 Cobalt Oxide
  3.1.5 Copper Oxide
  3.1.6 Iron Oxide
  3.1.7 Magnesium Oxide
  3.1.8 Manganese Oxide
  3.1.9 Nickel Oxide
  3.1.10 Silicon Oxide
  3.1.11 Yttrium Oxide
  3.1.12 Zinc Oxide
3.2 Carbon nanotubes
3.3 Fullerenes and POSS
3.4 Graphene
3.5 Nanofibers
3.6 Nanosilver
3.7 Nanowires
3.8 Quantum Dots

4 APPLICATIONS

4.1 Coatings and films
4.2 Data storage and processing
4.3 Displays
4.4 Electronics packaging
4.5 Field emission devices
4.6 Printable and flexible electronics

5 COMPANY PROFILES (140 PROFILES)

6 REFERENCES

TABLES & FIGURES

Figure 1: Production volume of nanomaterials utilized in the electronics sector, conservative and optimistic estimates
Figure 2: Revenues for nanomaterials utilized in the electronics sector, conservative and optimistic estimates
Figure 3: Demand for nanomaterials, by electronics applications, percentage
Table 1: Market summary for nanotechnology and nanomaterials in the electronics sector
Table 2: Applications of nanomaterials
Table 3: Aluminium oxide nanopowders: properties and applications in electronics
Figure 4: Demand for aluminium oxide nanopowders, by markets
Figure 5: Demand for aluminium oxide nanopowders in the electronics sector
Table4: Antimony tin oxide nanopowders: Properties and applications in electronics
Figure 6: Demand for antimony tin oxide nanopowders, by markets
Figure 7: Demand for antimony tin oxide nanopowders in the electronics sector
Table 5: Cerium oxide nanopowders: Properties and applications in electronics
Figure 8: Demand for cerium oxide nanopowders, by markets
Figure 9: Demand for cerium oxide nanopowders in the electronics sector
Table 6: Cobalt oxide nanopowders: Properties and applications in electronics
Figure 10: Demand for cobalt oxide nanopowders, by applications
Figure 11: Demand for cobalt oxide nanopowders in the electronics sector
Table 7: Copper oxide nanopowders: Properties and applications in electronics
Figure 12: Demand for copper oxide nanopowders, by markets
Figure 13: Demand for copper oxide nanopowders in the electronics sector
Table 8: Iron oxide nanopowders: Properties and applications in electronics
Figure 14: Demand for iron oxide nanopowders, by markets
Figure 15: Demand for iron oxide nanopowders in the electronics sector
Table 9: Magnesium oxide nanopowders: Properties and applications in electronics
Figure 16: Demand for magnesium oxide nanopowders, by markets
Figure 17: Demand for magnesium oxide nanopowders in the electronics sector
Table 10: Manganese oxide nanopowders: Properties and applications in electronics
Figure 18: Demand for manganese oxide nanopowders, by markets
Figure 19: Demand for manganese oxide nanopowders in the electronics sector
Table 11: Nickel oxide nanopowders: Properties and applications in electronics
Figure 20: Demand for nickel oxide nanopowders, by markets
Figure 21: Demand for nickel oxide nanopowders in the electronics sector
Table 12: Silicon oxide nanopowders: Properties and applications in electronics
Figure 22: Demand for silicon oxide nanopowders, by markets
Figure 23: Demand for silicon oxide nanopowders in the electronics sector
Table 13: Yttrium oxide nanopowders: Properties and applications in electronics
Figure 24: Demand for yttrium oxide nanopowders, by markets
Figure 25: Demand for yttrium oxide nanopowders in the electronics sector
Table 15: Zinc oxide nanopowders: Properties and applications in electronics
Figure 26: Demand for zinc oxide nanopowders, by markets
Figure 27: Demand for zinc oxide nanopowders in the electronics sector
Table 16: Carbon Nanotubes: Properties and applications in electronics
Figure 28: Demand for carbon nanotubes, by markets
Figure 29: Demand for carbon nanotubes in the electronics sector
Table 17: Fullerenes: Properties and applications in electronics
Figure 30: Demand for fullerenes and POSS, by markets
Figure 31: Demand for fullerenes and POSS in the electronics sector
Table 18: Grpahene: Properties and applications in electronics
Figure 32: Demand for graphene, by markets
Figure 33: Demand for graphene in the electronics sector
Table 19: Nanofibers: Properties and applications in electronics
Figure 34: Demand for nanofibers, by markets
Figure 35: Demand for nanofibers in the electronics sector
Table 20: Nanosilver: Properties and applications in electronics
Figure 36: Demand for nanosilver, by markets
Figure 37: Demand for nanosilver in the electronics sector
Table 21: Nanowires: Properties and applications in electronics
Figure 38: Demand for nanowires, by markets
Figure 39: Demand for nanowires in the electronics sector
Table 22: Quantum dots: Properties and applications in electronics
Figure 40: Demand for quantum dots, by markets
Figure 41: Demand for quantum dots in the electronics
Table 23: Applications, materials and companies of nanoenabled coatings and films in the electronics sector
Table 24: Applications, materials and companies of nanoenabled data storage and processing in the electronics sector
Table 25: Applications, materials and companies of nanoenabled displays in the electronics sector
Table 26: Applications, materials and companies of nanoenabled electronics packaging in the electronics sector
Table 27: Applications, materials and companies of nanoenabled filed emission devices in the electronics sector
Table 28: Applications, materials and companies of nanoenabled printable and flexible electronics in the electronics sector
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