InfoComm China 2017 Surpasses All Expectations

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InfoComm China 2017 completed its three-day run at the China National Convention Centre on April 14, registering marked growth in every aspect of the show. Attendance at the three-day exhibition registered a record 20.3-percent increase compared to 2016, with total visitor count clocked at 32,074.  Another measure of the success of the show was the record number of exhibitors. […]

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Display Summit China Early Bird Registration Expires April 8th

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The early bird registration rate for Display Summit China, May 9-10, Yixing, China (near Shanghai) is expiring on April 8. Attendee registration fees for the two-day event will rise from $250 to $300. Click here to register. Display Summit China has a strong focus on solid state projection technology and its maturing applications. Leading providers […]

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InfoComm: Reflections on China

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By Dave Labuskes InfoComm International I just returned from InfoComm China 2015. What an exciting experience! I’m always impressed by the grandeur of the ancient society juxtaposed over the amazing energy, can-do attitude and raw entrepreneurial spirit that permeates virtually every conversation that I have when in that country. Our show was the largest we’ve […]

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NPD DisplaySearch: 2014 4K×2K TV Shipments to Rise Dramatically in China

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Interest in 4K×2K TVs is at a fever pitch as a critical moment is approaching in the market: 4K×2K is transitioning from early adopters to more mainstream consumers. Rapidly falling prices, particularly in China, will fuel adoption. “As the manufacturers of 4K×2K TV LCD panels and sets expect strong growth in 2014, the supply chain […]

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Here Come the Chinese Makers

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No South Korean, Taiwanese, or Japanese panel maker has built a so-called “advanced generation LCD plant” in China yet. Until now… Late last year, South Korea gave approval to Samsung and LG Display to build plants in China. Last month, Taiwan’s government removed the ban on mainland China fabs. Panel makers would be free to […]

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