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NEW YORK, Dec. 11, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

Global Carbon Nanotubes Industry
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This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Carbon Nanotubes in US$ Thousands by the following Product Segments: Single Walled Carbon Nanotubes, and Multi Walled Carbon Nanotubes. The Global market for 'Carbon Nanotubes' is also analyzed by the following End-Use Sectors: Electronics, Aerospace & Defense, Automotive, Sports Equipment, and Others. The report provides separate comprehensive analytics for the US, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Rest of World. Annual estimates and forecasts are provided for the period 2010 through 2018. Also, a six-year historic analysis is provided for these markets. The report profiles 71 companies including many key and niche players such as Ames Research Center, California Institute of Technology, GE Global Research, IBM Research, Johnson Space Center, Motorola Labs, Philips Research, Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology, University of California, and University of Texas. Market data and analytics are derived from primary and secondary research. Company profiles are primarily based upon search engine sources in the public domain.

I. INTRODUCTION, METHODOLOGY & PRODUCT DEFINITIONS
Study Reliability and Reporting Limitations I-1
Disclaimers I-2
Data Interpretation & Reporting Level I-2
Quantitative Techniques & Analytics I-2
Product Segments I-3
Single Walled Carbon Nanotubes I-3
Multi Walled Carbon Nanotubes I-4




II. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

1. INTRODUCTION TO NANOTECHNOLOGY II-1
Nanotechnology - An Overview II-1
A Curtain Raiser II-1
The Coming of Nano-Age II-2
Expect the Unexpected II-2
What can we expect from Nanotechnology? II-2
Commercial Applications of Nanotechnology II-3
Future Prospects II-4
Nanotechnology Industry Gathering Momentum II-4
Developing Markets to Turbo Charge Future Growth in
Nanotechnology Market II-4
Impact of the 2007-2009 Economic Recession in Retrospect II-5
European Debt Crisis Fails to Dampen R&D in the Nanotechnology
Market II-6



2. INDUSTRY OVERVIEW II-7
A Primer II-7
Table 1: Global Carbon Nanotubes (CNTs) Market (2011):
Percentage Market Share Breakdown of Leading Players
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-8
Multi Walled Carbon Nanotubes Market: A Review II-8
Low Price - An Advantage II-8
Applications II-8
Short, Medium & Long Term Applications of MWCNTs II-9
Single Walled Carbon Nanotubes Market: A Review II-9
Current and Future Applications II-9
The Importance of Acquiring Intellectual Property Rights II-10
Patents Offer Multiple Advantages II-10
Companies and Research Institutions Holding Patents II-10
Patents - Analysis by End-Use Sector II-10
Implications of the 2007-2009 Recession for the Carbon
Nanotubes Market II-11
Key Market Trends, Drivers, & Issues II-11
Carbon Nanotubes to Register Robust Growth II-11
Research Institutions Play a Key Role in Advancing
Commercialization II-12
Mushrooming of Research Centers Bodes Well for the Market II-12
Innovations in Production Technologies: The Need of the Hour II-13
Improvements in Production Methods to Drive Growth II-14
Table 2: Global NanoCarbon Market (2011): Percentage Share
Breakdown of Production Value by Type of NanoCarbon
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-14



Table 3: Global Carbon Nanotubes (CNT) Market: Estimated
Production Capacity for the Years 2011, 2014P and 2016P
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-15



Table 4: Global Carbon Nanotubes (CNTs) Market (2011):
Percentage Share Breakdown of Production Volume by
Geographic Region (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-15
Exploitation of Resources: A Key Strategy II-15
Falling Prices Bode Well for the Market II-15
Table 5: Global Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotube (MWCNT) Market
(2011): Breakdown of Percentage Decreases in Price of MWCNTs
over the Years 2007-2011 (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) II-16



Table 6: Prices of Carbon Nanotubes in US$ by Purity
Grade/Level & Size II-16
Robust End-Use Potential Calls for an Optimistic Outlook II-17
Market Demand Surges for CNT Based Coating Materials II-17
Carbon Nanotubes to Bring Down Healthcare Costs & Augment
Quality of Care II-18
Carbon Nanotubes Poised to Make an Indelible Mark in the
Biotechnology Industry II-18
Emphasis on Water Treatment Provides Traction to Demand II-18
Wind Turbine and Aerospace Drives Demand for CNT based
Advanced Composite Materials II-19
Opportunities Galore for CNTs as Flame Retardant Additives II-19
Lengthy Commercialization Cycle Continues to Plague the Market II-20
Partnerships: An Antidote to Lengthy Development/
Commercialization Cycles II-20
Graphene Nanomaterials Igniting Worry Among Carbon Nanotube
Manufactures II-20
Concerns Over Toxicity & Potential Hazards Bring CNTs Under
the Regulatory Yoke II-21
Carbon Nanotubes Come under the Regulatory Scanner II-22
Implications for Manufacturers/Producers II-24



3. TECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW II-25
Overview and Definition II-25
History II-25
Introduction II-25
Properties II-26
End-Use Applications II-26
Product Categories II-28
Single Walled Carbon Nanotubes II-28
Overview II-28
Properties II-28
Production Processes II-28
Multi Walled Carbon Nanotubes II-28
Overview II-28
Performs Various Functions II-29
Single Walled Carbon Nanotubes Vs Multi Walled Carbon Nanotubes II-29
Processing Techniques II-29
Laser Ablation II-29
Arc Discharge or Pulsed Laser Vaporization II-29
Chemical Vapor Deposition II-30
Disadvantage II-30
Gas-Phase Processing II-30



4. PRODUCT INNOVATIONS/INTRODUCTIONS II-31
CNano Technology Introduces Super Conductive Paste Products II-31
Zyvex Marine Unveils LRV-17 II-31
Raymor Nanotech Unveils Single-Wall Carbon Nanotube Product Range II-31
Nanocyl to Showcase New Carbon Nanotubes Masterbatch Range II-32
Bayer MaterialScience to Introduce Baytubes® C 70 P II-32
Cromoz Introduces Cancer Drug Delivery System Using Water-
Soluble Carbon Nanotubes II-32
SouthWest NanoTechnologies Introduces Specialty Multi-Wall
Carbon Nanotubes II-32
Honda Motor Unveils Microscopic Carbon Nanotubes with High
Metallic Conductivity II-33
BASF Introduces Ultraform N2320C POM Material II-33
Bayer MaterialScience Launches Carbon Nanotubes Baytubes C150
HP and 150 P II-33
Nanocyl to Introduce PLASTICYL™ Carbon Nanotube Masterbatches II-33
Showa Denko Unveils VGCF™-X II-33
National Institute of Standards and Technology Unleashes a New
Laser Power Meter II-34
Zyvex Performance Materials Launches Carbon Nanotube Boat II-34
Fujitsu Develops Carbon Nanotube Composite II-34
UCLA Develops Novel Method for Manufacturing Hybrid Graphene-
Carbon Nanotube II-34
University of Southern California Rolls out a New Supercapacitor II-34
Nanofabrication & Devices Group and University of Wisconsin-
Milwaukee Develop Multiwalled Carbon Nanotube based Gas
Sensor II-35
Nanocyl Unveils Large Packaging for its NC 7000 Multiwall
Carbon Nanotubes II-35
Nanocyl to Unveil SiziCyl and PregCyl II-35
SouthWest NanoTechnologies Launches V2V Ink Technology Based
CNT Inks II-36
Southwest Nanotechnologies Unveils SWeNT® CG 200 II-36
Next Alternative Launches Carbon Nano Tube Batteries II-36



5. RECENT INDUSTRY ACTIVITY II-37
Raymor Nanotech and Reinste Nano Ventures Ink Agreement II-37
Pacific Coast Marine and Zyvex Marine Enter into Partnership II-37
CVD Equipment Inks Joint Intellectual Property Development
Agreement with Grafoid II-37
SouthWest NanoTechnologies and Itochu Plastic Ink Distribution
Agreement II-37
Wisepower Acquires Unidym II-38
AIST Establishes CNT Mass Production Facility II-38
Bayer MaterialSciences and Hyperion Catalysis International
Sign Agreement II-38
Tego Polymers Enters into Partnership with Solvay Advanced
Polymers II-38
Unidym and Nissha Printing Ink Joint Development Agreement II-39
Q-Flo and Plasan Sasa Enter Into Joint Venture II-39
South China Normal University Selects Single-wall Carbon
Nanotubes of Southwest Nanotechnologies' for Photothermal
Therapy II-39
Single-Wall Carbon Nanotubes of Southwest Nanotechnologies
Demonstrate Indocyanine Green Absorption II-39
Single-wall Carbon Nanotubes of Southwest Nanotechnologies
Demonstrate Potential Use in Biomedical Cancer Treatment II-39
NanoRidge Materials Selects SMW100 of SouthWest NanoTechnologies II-40
Re-Turn Selects Baytubes® of Bayer MaterialScience II-41
Thomas Swan Establishes Production Plant for Single-Wall
Carbon Nanotubes II-41
Thomas Swan Bags Exclusive Contract from Vendum Batteries II-41
MIT and Contour Energy Systems Ink License Agreement II-41
Unidym and NanoIntegris Enter Into Partnership II-42
Showa Denko KK Establishes Carbon Nanotube Production Facility II-42
Bayer MaterialScience Commences Production of CNTs at Pilot Plant II-42
Tokyo Electron Inks Agreement with Unidym II-43
Zyvex Performance Materials Inks Distribution Agreement with
Composites One II-43
Unidym Inks Multiple Licensing Agreement II-43
Bayer MaterialScience Establishes New Pilot Plant for Carbon
Nanotube II-44
Natcore Technology to Purchase Vanguard Solar II-44
Nanocyl Signs Agreement with 3B-Fibreglass for Designing CNT
Glass Fibers II-44
Unidym Forms Alliance with Tokyo Electron II-44
Unidym Partners with Guardian Industries II-45
Unidym Enters into Agreement with Wisepower II-45
Unidym Enters into Three Licensing Agreements II-45
Natcore Technology Acquires NewCyte Technology II-46
Continental Carbon Company to Acquire Unidym's CNT Business II-46
Bayer MaterialScience, Nanoledge and Velozzi Enter into
Collaboration II-46
Fulcrum SP Materials Enters into Agreement with Arkema II-47
Porifera Obtains License from Lawrence Livermore National
Laboratory II-47
Unidym Inks Joint Development Agreement with Samsung Electronics II-47
Nanocyl Expands Production Capacity II-48
Bayer MaterialScience Constructs New Carbon Nanotubes Facility II-48
Bayer MaterialScience Enters into Agreement with Hirtenberger
Prosafe Safety Technology II-48
Korea Kumho Petrochemical to Construct Carbon Nanotube Facility II-48
Arkema Selects Velox to Distribute its Products in Europe II-48
Chasm Technologies and Southwest NanoTechnologies to Set Up
Application Development Center II-48
Entegris Inks Co-Branding and Marketing Deal with Victrex USA II-49
Arkema to Construct Pilot Production Plant II-49
Nanocomp Technologies Enters into Contracts with the US Air Force II-49
Arrowhead Increases Stake in Unidym II-49
Bayer MaterialScience Partners with Alcan, Zoz and PEAK Wekstoff II-50
DuPont and Cornell Develop New Carbon Nanotube Production Process II-50
Nanocyl Inks Supply Deal with Shinil Chemical Industry II-50
Hyperion Inks License and Supply Agreements with Showa Denko K.K II-50
Nanoledge to Offer Composite Materials for Velozzi's New
Hybrid Vehicle II-51
PolyOne Inks Joint Development Agreement with Zyvex II-51
Zyvex Inks Distribution Deal with Rudolph Bros. & Co. II-52
Unidym Signs Development Agreement with LG Display II-52
Showa to Set up Carbon Nanotube Plant II-52
Zyvex Performance Materials Inks Agreement with Arkema II-52
Zyvex Performance Materials Enters into Agreement with
Technology Marketing II-53
Unidym Signs Agreement with Nano-C II-53
Nanocyl Expands PREGCYL Pre-Preg Materials Range II-53
Unidym and PrimeGen Biotech form Alliance II-54



6. FOCUS ON SELECT GLOBAL PLAYERS II-55
Arkema S A (France) II-55
Bayer MaterialScience AG (Germany) II-55
Catalyx Nanotech, Inc. (US) II-55
Hanwha Nanotech Corporation (South Korea) II-55
Hyperion Catalysis International, Inc. (US) II-56
Nanocyl S.A. (Belgium) II-56
Raymor Industries Inc (Canada) II-57
Rosseter Holdings Ltd. (Cyprus) II-57
Shenzhen Nanotech Port Co., Ltd. (China) II-57
Showa Denko K.K (Japan) II-58
SouthWest NanoTechnologies, Inc. (US) II-58
Sun Nanotech Co., Ltd. (China) II-58
Thomas Swan & Co. Ltd. (UK) II-58
Wisepower Co Ltd (Korea) II-59
Unidym, Inc. (US) II-59



7. FOCUS ON SELECT R&D INSTITUTES/ LABORATORIES II-60
Ames Research Center (US) II-60
California Institute of Technology (US) II-60
GE Global Research (US) II-60
IBM Research (US) II-61
Johnson Space Center (US) II-61
Motorola Labs (US) II-61
Philips Research (The Netherlands) II-62
Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology (South Korea) II-62
University of California (US) II-62
University of Texas (US) II-63



8. GLOBAL MARKET PERSPECTIVE II-64
Table 7: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Carbon Nanotubes by Geographic Region - US, Europe,
Asia-Pacific (including Japan), and Rest of World Markets
Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$
Thousands for Years 2010 through 2018 (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) II-64



Table 8: World Historic Review for Carbon Nanotubes by
Geographic Region - US, Europe, Asia-Pacific (including
Japan), and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with
Annual Sales Figures in US$ Thousands for Years 2004 through
2009 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-65



Table 9: World 15-Year Perspective for Carbon Nanotubes by
Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for
US, Europe, Asia-Pacific (including Japan), and Rest of World
Markets for Years 2004, 2011 & 2018 (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) II-66



Table 10: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Single Walled Carbon Nanotubes by Geographic Region - US,
Europe, Asia-Pacific (including Japan), and Rest of World
Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in
US$ Thousands for Years 2010 through 2018 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) II-67



Table 11: World Historic Review for Single Walled Carbon
Nanotubes by Geographic Region - US, Europe, Asia-Pacific
(including Japan), and Rest of World Markets Independently
Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Thousands for Years
2004 through 2009 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-68



Table 12: World 15-Year Perspective for Single Walled Carbon
Nanotubes by Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of
Dollar Sales for US, Europe, Asia-Pacific (including Japan),
and Rest of World Markets for Years 2004, 2011 & 2018
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-69



Table 13: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Multi Walled Carbon Nanotubes by Geographic Region - US,
Europe, Asia-Pacific (including Japan), and Rest of World
Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in
US$ Thousands for Years 2010 through 2018 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) II-70



Table 14: World Historic Review for Multi Walled Carbon
Nanotubes by Geographic Region - US, Europe, Asia-Pacific
(including Japan), and Rest of World Markets Independently
Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Thousands for Years
2004 through 2009 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-71



Table 15: World 15-Year Perspective for Multi Walled Carbon
Nanotubes by Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of
Dollar Sales for US, Europe, Asia-Pacific (including Japan),
and Rest of World Markets for Years 2004, 2011 & 2018
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-72
Carbon Nanotubes Market by End-Use Sector II-73
Table 16: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Carbon Nanotubes in Electronics Industry by Geographic Region -
US, Europe, Asia-Pacific (including Japan), and Rest of
World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales
Figures in US$ Thousands for Years 2010 through 2018
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-73



Table 17: World Historic Review for Carbon Nanotubes in
Electronics Industry by Geographic Region - US, Europe,
Asia-Pacific (including Japan), and Rest of World Markets
Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$
Thousands for Years 2004 through 2009 (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) II-74



Table 18: World 15-Year Perspective for Carbon Nanotubes in
Electronics Industry by Geographic Region - Percentage
Breakdown of Dollar Sales for US, Europe, Asia-Pacific
(including Japan), and Rest of World Markets for Years 2004,
2011 & 2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-75



Table 19: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Carbon Nanotubes in Aerospace & Defense Industry by Geographic
Region - US, Europe, Asia-Pacific (including Japan), and Rest
of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales
Figures in US$ Thousands for Years 2010 through 2018 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) II-76



Table 20: World Historic Review for Carbon Nanotubes in
Aerospace & Defense Industry by Geographic Region - US,
Europe, Asia-Pacific (including Japan), and Rest of World
Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in
US$ Thousands for Years 2004 through 2009 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) II-77



Table 21: World 15-Year Perspective for Carbon Nanotubes in
Aerospace & Defense Industry by Geographic Region -
Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for US, Europe,
Asia-Pacific (including Japan), and Rest of World Markets for
Years 2004, 2011 & 2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-78



Table 22: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Carbon Nanotubes in Automotive Industry by Geographic Region -
US, Europe, Asia-Pacific (including Japan), and Rest of World
Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in
US$ Thousands for Years 2010 through 2018 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) II-79



Table 23: World Historic Review for Carbon Nanotubes in
Automotive Industry by Geographic Region - US, Europe,
Asia-Pacific (including Japan), and Rest of World Markets
Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$
Thousands for Years 2004 through 2009 (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) II-80



Table 24: World 15-Year Perspective for Carbon Nanotubes in
Automotive Industry by Geographic Region - Percentage
Breakdown of Dollar Sales for US, Europe, Asia-Pacific
(including Japan), and Rest of World Markets for Years 2004,
2011 & 2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-81



Table 25: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Carbon Nanotubes in Sports Equipment Industry by Geographic
Region - US, Europe, Asia-Pacific (including Japan), and Rest
of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales
Figures in US$ Thousands for Years 2010 through 2018
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-82



Table 26: World Historic Review for Carbon Nanotubes in
Sports Equipment Industry by Geographic Region - US, Europe,
Asia-Pacific (including Japan), and Rest of World Markets
Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$
Thousands for Years 2004 through 2009 (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) II-83



Table 27: World 15-Year Perspective for Carbon Nanotubes in
Sports Equipment Industry by Geographic Region - Percentage
Breakdown of Dollar Sales for US, Europe, Asia-Pacific
(including Japan), and Rest of World Markets for Years 2004,
2011 & 2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-84



Table 28: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Carbon Nanotubes in Other End-Use Applications by Geographic
Region - US, Europe, Asia-Pacific (including Japan), and Rest
of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales
Figures in US$ Thousands for Years 2010 through 2018
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-85


Table 29: World Historic Review for Carbon Nanotubes in Other
End-Use Applications by Geographic Region - US, Europe,
Asia-Pacific (including Japan), and Rest of World Markets
Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$
Thousands for Years 2004 through 2009 (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) II-86



Table 30: World 15-Year Perspective for Carbon Nanotubes in
Other End-Use Applications by Geographic Region - Percentage
Breakdown of Dollar Sales for US, Europe, Asia-Pacific
(including Japan), and Rest of World Markets for Years 2004,
2011 & 2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-87




III. MARKET

1. THE UNITED STATES III-1
A.Market Analysis III-1
Outlook III-1
Carbon Nanotubes Market III-1
Issues and Trends III-1
Research Institutes and their Involvement in Developing
Carbon Nanotubes III-1
Table 31: US Market for Carbon Nanotube (CNT) based
Composites (2011): Percentage Share Breakdown of Dollar
Sales by End-Use Application III-2
Strategic Corporate Developments III-3
Product Launches III-4
Key Players III-5
B.Market Analytics III-7
Table 32: US Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Carbon Nanotubes by Product Segment - Single walled Carbon
Nanotube and Multi walled Carbon Nanotube Markets
Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$
Thousands for Years 2010 through 2018 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) III-7



Table 33: US Historic Review for Carbon Nanotubes by
Product Segment - Single walled Carbon Nanotube and Multi
walled Carbon Nanotube Markets Independently Analyzed with
Annual Sales Figures in US$ Thousands for Years 2004
through 2009 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-8



Table 34: US 15-Year Perspective for Carbon Nanotubes by
Product Segment - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for
Single walled Carbon Nanotubes and Multi walled Carbon
Nanotube Markets for Years 2004, 2011 & 2018 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) III-9



Table 35: US Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Carbon Nanotubes by End Use Segment - Electronics, Aerospace &
Defense, Automotive, Sports Equipment and Other Markets
Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$
Thousands for Years 2010 through 2018 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) III-10



Table 36: US Historic Review for Carbon Nanotubes by End
Use Segment - Electronics, Aerospace & Defense, Automotive,
Sports Equipment and Other Markets Independently Analyzed
with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Thousands for Years 2004
through 2009 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-11



Table 37: US 15-Year Perspective for Carbon Nanotubes by End
Use Segment - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for
Electronics, Aerospace & Defense, Automotive, Sports
Equipment and Other Markets for Years 2004, 2011 & 2018
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-12



2. EUROPE III-13
A.Market Analysis III-13
Outlook III-13
Nanotechnology - An Overview III-13
Carbon Nanotubes Market III-13
The United Kingdom III-14
Key Academic Institutes in Nano Research III-14
Key British Academic Institutes in Nano Research III-14
Strategic corporate developments III-14
Key Players III-16
B.Market Analytics III-18
Table 38: European Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis
for Carbon Nanotubes by Product Segment - Single walled
Carbon Nanotubes and Multi walled Carbon Nanotubes Markets
Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$
Thousands for Years 2004 through 2018 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) III-18



Table 39: European Historic Review for Carbon Nanotubes by
Product Segment - Single walled Carbon Nanotube and Multi
walled Carbon Nanotube Markets Independently Analyzed with
Annual Sales Figures in US$ Thousands for Years 2004 through
2009 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-19



Table 40: European 15-Year Perspective for Carbon Nanotubes
by Product Segment - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales
for Single walled Carbon Nanotubes and Multi walled Carbon
Nanotube Markets for Years 2004, 2011 & 2018 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) III-20



Table 41: European Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis
for Carbon Nanotubes by End Use Segment - Electronics,
Aerospace & Defense, Automotive, Sports Equipment and Other
Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in
US$ Thousands for Years 2004 through 2018 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) III-21



Table 42: European Historic Review for Carbon Nanotubes by
End Use Segment - Electronics, Aerospace & Defense,
Automotive, Sports Equipment and Other Markets Independently
Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Thousands for
Years 2004 through 2009 (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) III-22



Table 43: European 15-Year Perspective for Carbon Nanotubes
by End Use Segment - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales
for Electronics, Aerospace & Defense, Automotive, Sports
Equipment and Other Markets for Years 2004, 2011 & 2018
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-23



3. ASIA-PACIFIC III-24
A.Market Analysis III-24
Outlook III-24
Nanotechnology - An Overview III-24
Carbon Nanotubes III-24
Overview III-24
Focus on Select Markets III-25
Australia - Part of a Tiny Revolution III-25
Nanotechnology - An Overview III-25
Challenges for Nanotechnology Development in Australia III-25
Carbon Nanotubes Market III-25
Future Applications III-26
China III-26
Nanotechnology - An Overview III-26
Government Takes the R&D Initiative III-26
Chinese Agencies Involved in Nanotech III-27
Nation's First Nanotechnology Industrial Base Set up in
Tianjin III-27
Carbon Nanotubes Market III-27
India III-28
Japan III-28
Nanotechnology - An Overview III-28
Carbon Nanotubes Market III-28
Nanotechnology Consortium - An Interface for Technology
Transfer III-29
Future Applications III-29
South Korea III-30
Nanotechnology - An Overview III-30
Ministry of Science & Technology Takes Initiative for
Nanotech Funding III-30
Nanotech R&D Efforts III-30
Carbon Nanotubes Market III-30
Strategic Corporate Development III-30
Key Players III-33
B.Market Analytics III-35
Table 44: Asia-Pacific Recent Past, Current & Future
Analysis for Carbon Nanotubes by Product Segment - Single
walled Carbon Nanotubes and Multi walled Carbon Nanotubes
Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in
US$ Thousands for Years 2010 through 2018 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) III-35



Table 45: Asia-Pacific Historic Review for Carbon Nanotubes
by Product Segment - Single walled Carbon Nanotube and
Multi walled Carbon Nanotube Markets Independently Analyzed
with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Thousands for Years 2004
through 2009 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-36



Table 46: Asia-Pacific 15-Year Perspective for Carbon
Nanotubes by Product Segment - Percentage Breakdown of
Dollar Sales for Single walled Carbon Nanotubes and Multi
walled Carbon Nanotube Markets for Years 2004, 2011 & 2018
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-37



Table 47: Asia-Pacific Recent Past, Current & Future
Analysis for Carbon Nanotubes by End Use Segment -
Electronics, Aerospace & Defense, Automotive, Sports
Equipment and Other Markets Independently Analyzed with
Annual Sales Figures in US$ Thousands for Years 2010
through 2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-38



Table 48: Asia-Pacific Historic Review for Carbon Nanotubes
by End Use Segment - Electronics, Aerospace & Defense,
Automotive, Sports Equipment and Other Markets
Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$
Thousands for Years 2004 through 2009 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) III-39



Table 49: Asia-Pacific 15-Year Perspective for Carbon
Nanotubes by End Use Segment - Percentage Breakdown of
Dollar Sales for Electronics, Aerospace & Defense,
Automotive, Sports Equipment and Other Markets for Years
2004, 2011 & 2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-40



4. REST OF WORLD III-41
A.Market Analysis III-41
Outlook III-41
Focus on Select Markets III-41
Canada III-41
Universities and Government Agencies Involved in Carbon
Nanotubes Research III-41
Israel III-42
Carbon Nanotubes Market III-42
Key Players III-42
B.Market Analytics III-43
Table 50: Rest of World Recent Past, Current & Future
Analysis for Carbon Nanotubes by Product Segment - Single
walled Carbon Nanotubes and Multi walled Carbon Nanotubes
Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in
US$ Thousands for Years 2010 through 2018 III-43



Table 51: Rest of World Historic Review for Carbon Nanotubes
by Product Segment - Single walled Carbon Nanotube and
Multi walled Carbon Nanotube Markets Independently Analyzed
with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Thousands for Years 2004
through 2009 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-44



Table 52: Rest of World 15-Year Perspective for Carbon
Nanotubes by Product Segment - Percentage Breakdown of
Dollar Sales for Single walled Carbon Nanotube and Multi
walled Carbon Nanotube Markets for Years 2004, 2011 & 2018 III-45



Table 53: Rest of World Recent Past, Current & Future
Analysis for Carbon Nanotubes by End Use Segment -
Electronics, Aerospace & Defense, Automotive, Sports
Equipment and Others Markets Independently Analyzed with
Annual Sales Figures in US$ Thousands for Years 2010
through 2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-46



Table 54: Rest of World Historic Review for Carbon Nanotubes
by End Use Segment - Electronics, Aerospace & Defense,
Automotive, Sports Equipment and Other Markets
Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$
Thousands for Years 2004 through 2009 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) III-47



Table 55: Rest of World 15-Year Perspective for Carbon
Nanotubes by End Use Segment - Percentage Breakdown of
Dollar Sales for Electronics, Aerospace & Defense,
Automotive, Sports Equipment and Other Markets for Years
2004, 2011 & 2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-48




IV. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE

Total Companies Profiled: 71 (including Divisions/Subsidiaries - (74)

The United States (48)
Canada (1)
Japan (6)
Europe (12)
- France (2)
- Germany (2)
- The United Kingdom (4)
- Rest of Europe (4)
Asia-Pacific (Excluding Japan) (5)
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One of the biggest impacts of the Internet of Things is and will continue to be on data; specifically data volume, management and usage. Companies are scrambling to adapt to this new and unpredictable data reality with legacy infrastructure that cannot handle the speed and volume of data. In his session at @ThingsExpo, Don DeLoach, CEO and president of Infobright, will discuss how companies need to rethink their data infrastructure to participate in the IoT, including: Data storage: Understanding the kinds of data: structured, unstructured, big/small? Analytics: What kinds and how responsiv...
Since 2008 and for the first time in history, more than half of humans live in urban areas, urging cities to become “smart.” Today, cities can leverage the wide availability of smartphones combined with new technologies such as Beacons or NFC to connect their urban furniture and environment to create citizen-first services that improve transportation, way-finding and information delivery. In her session at @ThingsExpo, Laetitia Gazel-Anthoine, CEO of Connecthings, will focus on successful use cases.
Cloudian, Inc., the leading provider of hybrid cloud storage solutions, today announced availability of Cloudian HyperStore 5.1 software. HyperStore 5.1 is an enhanced Amazon S3-compliant, plug-and-play hybrid cloud software solution that now features full Apache Hadoop integration. Enterprises can now transform big data into smart data by running Hadoop analytics on HyperStore software and appliances. This in-place analytics, with no need to offload data to other systems for Hadoop analyses, enables customers to derive meaningful business intelligence from their data quickly, efficiently and ...
Sensor-enabled things are becoming more commonplace, precursors to a larger and more complex framework that most consider the ultimate promise of the IoT: things connecting, interacting, sharing, storing, and over time perhaps learning and predicting based on habits, behaviors, location, preferences, purchases and more. In his session at @ThingsExpo, Tom Wesselman, Director of Communications Ecosystem Architecture at Plantronics, will examine the still nascent IoT as it is coalescing, including what it is today, what it might ultimately be, the role of wearable tech, and technology gaps stil...
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SYS-CON Events announced today that GENBAND, a leading developer of real time communications software solutions, has been named “Silver Sponsor” of SYS-CON's WebRTC Summit, which will take place on June 9-11, 2015, at the Javits Center in New York City, NY. The GENBAND team will be on hand to demonstrate their newest product, Kandy. Kandy is a communications Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) that enables companies to seamlessly integrate more human communications into their Web and mobile applications - creating more engaging experiences for their customers and boosting collaboration and productiv...
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Operational Hadoop and the Lambda Architecture for Streaming Data Apache Hadoop is emerging as a distributed platform for handling large and fast incoming streams of data. Predictive maintenance, supply chain optimization, and Internet-of-Things analysis are examples where Hadoop provides the scalable storage, processing, and analytics platform to gain meaningful insights from granular data that is typically only valuable from a large-scale, aggregate view. One architecture useful for capturing and analyzing streaming data is the Lambda Architecture, representing a model of how to analyze rea...
SYS-CON Events announced today that Vitria Technology, Inc. will exhibit at SYS-CON’s @ThingsExpo, which will take place on June 9-11, 2015, at the Javits Center in New York City, NY. Vitria will showcase the company’s new IoT Analytics Platform through live demonstrations at booth #330. Vitria’s IoT Analytics Platform, fully integrated and powered by an operational intelligence engine, enables customers to rapidly build and operationalize advanced analytics to deliver timely business outcomes for use cases across the industrial, enterprise, and consumer segments.
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