With historical results and four months’ forecasts, this market tracker provides all display manufacturing fabs’ capacity, glass input, and utilization. It also shows major panel makers’ inventory status.
The Analyst Team
Senior Research Analyst, Korea Display
Alex Kang covers LCD and OLED manufacturers' fab, production, and inventory management as well as overall Korea display industry trends.
Alex joined Omdia in 2005 and has carried out multiple projects for players in the display industry as well as government entities. He has led numerous projects, including feasibility studies of investment, marketability forecasts of emerging technologies, establishment of business cluster development strategy, and long-term LCD and OLED market volume and pricing forecasts. This experience has provided him with extensive network capability in the display panel market and in-depth knowledge of the supply chain. Alex received a bachelor’s degree in sociology from Hanyang University in Seoul, Korea.
Research Manager, Display Components & Cost
Tadashi Uno covers various aspects of displays, including the display glass, the display panel for smartphones and tablets, and the cost model for large-sized displays.
Before joining the company in 2014, he was with DisplaySearch, a leader in primary research and forecasting on the global display market, where he served as director of display materials and components. Previously, Tadashi was manager of the planning division for display component operations at Dai Nippon Printing in Tokyo, where he was responsible for the company’s display components and relationship with glass manufacturers and driver integrated circuit makers. He has a bachelor's degree from the University of Kyoto-Sangyo in Kyoto, Japan.
Senior Research Analyst, China Display & Smartphone Display
As part of Omdia’s small/medium displays practice, Joy covers displays under 9 inches in size utilized in smartphones, tablets, wearables, and automotive displays. Her research touches areas such as the AMOLED ecosystem, new trends in smartphone panel displays, and the supply chain in China for smartphone displays.
Joy brings 17 years of experience to the subjects she covers. She worked previously at BOE, the giant Chinese display manufacturer, as a product manager for medical and industrial displays. She started her career at Tianma Group as an LCD module design engineer, then became manager of product design and development. She transferred to the marketing department as an analyst for mobile phone displays and then for automotive displays. Joy has a bachelor’s degree in automation from Beihang University, a major public research institution in China. She also holds a master’s degree in business management from Renmin University of China.
Principal Analyst, Large Area Display Product Technology & Taiwan Display
Peter is an expert in research and analysis of large area displays (TVs, monitors, notebooks, and tablets), covering TFT, LCD, and OLED marketing, technology, and panel strategy. His analysis of supply capacity, product specifications, pricing, and short-term and long-term forecasts bring value to both panel makers and brand customers.
Peter joined Omdia (previously Display Search and then IHS Markit) in 2013, as part of the large area display analysis team.
Peter previously worked at AU Optronic, where he was notebook and tablet strategy product manager. He has a bachelor’s degree in economics from University of Victoria in Canada and a master’s degree in business administration from Concordia University in Wisconsin, US. Peter is a fluent speaker of Mandarin, Cantonese, and English.
Principal Analyst, China Large Area Display & Production
Robin Wu covers large-sized displays, including the production strategies of display manufacturers and investment flows in the industry. He joined the Omdia (previously IHS Markit) in 2014, where he served as an analyst for PCs and TFT LCDs, specializing in trend analysis of China's PC, monitor, and display panel markets.
He was also the vice chairman of the VESA monitor task group in 2010, and he has been tracking monitor and panel standardization concerns since early 2009. Robin worked previously at IBM/Lenovo, spending nearly seven years on its monitor and LCD business, delivering the company’s industry leading green ThinkVision products while also managing panel sourcing and qualifications. He was also the industry liaison, building strong relationships with leading PC monitor OEMs in China. Robin has a bachelor's degree in mechanics and electronics, as well as a master's degree in microelectromechanical systems from Huazhong University of Science and Technology, a key national university in China.
Principal Analyst, Taiwan Mobile Display & Automotive Display
Stacy is an experienced analyst in Omdia’s display research team, covering small and medium displays. She focuses on automotive displays, smartphone displays, and wearable displays. As a Principal Analyst, she covers small and medium display shipments, supply chain, pricing, and business strategy analysis. She is the lead analyst of the automotive display intelligent service.
Prior to her role, Stacy served as the manager of the market intelligence department of Delta Electronics Group and led the team to provide market insights to the senior management team. She was also a senior analyst responsible for the large area display market at iSuppli. During her tenure, she established a comprehensive industry network and delivered several speeches. She was awarded the iSuppli Idol Award in 2008. She holds a master's degree in international marketing from the University of Strathclyde in the UK and a bachelor's degree in business administration from National Chengchi University in Taiwan.
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