CE, IT companies to discuss future of TV market

MUMBAI: The future of the digital TV market will be debated upon by consumer electronics (CE) and information technology (IT) brands, display manufacturers, electronics suppliers, market analysts and technologists at DisplaySearch's conference.

The event takes place from 30 March to 1 April in San Diego, California.

The final day of the conference will be entirely devoted to the evolution of digital TV. Dell, Gateway and InFocus will represent IT brands that have recently entered the TV market with Hitachi, Panasonic and Samsung representing the traditional CE brands. The impact of the IT brands entry into the TV market will be discussed in the channel session.

This changing landscape has the potential to alter reseller margin structures and consumer behavior. In addition, the brands will discuss how they are positioning the different TV display technologies. The outlook by technology will be provided DisplaySearch TV market analyst Andrew Shulklapper, who recently left Circuit City after five years as their principal TV buyer. He will elaborate upon channel trends and DisplaySearch's latest TV market outlook by display technology.

The conference will also focus on the TV market from the perspective of developments in equipment, materials, new display technologies, TFT LCD supply/demand and pricing, etc. In addition it will also cover notebook PCs, desktop monitors, mobile phones, emerging applications and the display market outlook from market and financial analysts.

DisplaySearch will also be hosting a half-day seminar on 29 March, which will focus on high definition television. DisplaySearch deals with market research and consulting for the flat panel display (FPD) industry. The company serves a growing multinational client base, with an extensive array of market intelligence reports, advisory services and global business conferences. The firm surveys the entire display industry food chain, including component and equipment manufacturers, display producers, other equipment manufacturers, distributors and retailers.

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