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   Study Reliability and Reporting Limitations.....I-1  
   Disclaimers.....I-2  
   Data Interpretation & Reporting Level.....I-3
Product Definitions and Scope of Study.....I-3
  
   Global Electronics Market: A Quick Primer.....II-1
Nano Electronics- A Preface.....II-1
1$100
   Table 1: World Market for Electronics Incorporating Nanotechnology - Long Term Projections in US$ Billion for the Years 2010 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-21$300
   Relentless Innovations Reinforce the Deliverability of Nanoelectronics.....II-3
The Road Ahead for Nanoelectronics.....II-3
1$100
   Opportunities for Nanoelectronics.....II-4
Challenges for Nanoelectronics.....II-4
Nanophotonics & Nanoelectronics – Future Combination.....II-4
1$100
   Where Does the Action Lie?.....II-5
Table 2: Global Investment in Nanotechnology: Percentage Breakdown of Investment by Source- Government, Industry, and Venture Capital by Select Region/ Country for the Year 2006 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-5
1$300
   Nanotechnology: Transforming Electronic Display Market.....II-6
Nanotools in Display Industry.....II-6
Nanotechnology to Alter Memory Storage in Electronics.....II-6
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   Who Leads the Pack?.....II-7
Conventional Vs Emerging Storage Options.....II-7
Comparison Between Traditional and Emerging Memory Types.....II-7
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   Semiconductors and Nanotechnology.....II-8
Impact on Manufacturing Processes.....II-8
Emerging Material Platforms.....II-8
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   Hybrid Approaches to Offset Inherent Rigidity of Electronics Industry.....II-9
Miniature Bar Coded Beads Herald New Age Electronics.....II-9
Nanomaterials to Revolutionize Electronics Industry.....II-9
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   Table 3: Global Market for Nano Materials in Electronics (2006): Percentage Breakdown by Nano Material Type - Designer Molecules, Coatings, Fullerenes/Nanotubes, Engineered Substrates, Precursors, Slurries, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-10
Select Nano Materials and Scope of their Application in Select Electronic
  Devices.....II-10
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   Select Nano Tools and Equipment and Scope of their Application in Select Electronic
  Devices.....II-11
Nanomaterials – Key for Miniature Chips & Storage Devices.....II-11
Improving Display Resolution .....II-11
Carbon Nanotubes: Building Blocks for Electronics in Future.....II-11
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   End-Use Applications for Nanoelectronics.....II-12
Healthcare.....II-12
Automotives.....II-12
1$100
   Safety and Security Systems.....II-13
Environment and Energy.....II-13
Communication.....II-13
1$100
   Infotainment.....II-14
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   Nanoelectronics - Introduction.....II-15
Building Blocks of Nanoelectronics.....II-15
Nanoparticles.....II-15
1$100
   Nanowires.....II-16
Nanowires for Aerospace Industry.....II-16
Carbon Nanotubes.....II-16
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   III-V Hetero-Structures.....II-17
Evolution of Nanoelectronics Process Technologies.....II-17
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   Intramolecular Nanoelectronics.....II-18
Nanoelectronic Technologies.....II-18
Circuits and Systems.....II-18
Parallel Processing.....II-18
Propagate Instruction Processor.....II-18
Reconfigurable Hardware.....II-18
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   Defect and Fault Tolerant Architectures.....II-19
Artificial Neural Networks.....II-19
Quantum Information Processing.....II-19
Triple Modular Redundancy.....II-19
Nanofabrication.....II-19
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   Fabrication Methods for Nano Electronics.....II-20
Top-Down Approach.....II-20
Electron-Beam Nanolithography.....II-20
Scanning Probe Methods (SPM).....II-20
Nanoimprint.....II-20
Bottom-Up Approach.....II-20
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   Self-Assembly.....II-21
Logic Devices.....II-21
Single Electron Tunneling Devices.....II-21
Resonant Tunneling Diodes.....II-21
Rapid Single Flux Quantum Logic.....II-21
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   Spintronics.....II-22
Molecular Electronics.....II-22
Quantum Computing.....II-22
1$100
   Nanoelectronic Devices.....II-23
Displays.....II-23
Field Emission Displays (FEDs).....II-23
Flexible OLED Displays.....II-23
1$100
   Paper-Like Displays.....II-24
Nano Emissive Displays.....II-24
Memory.....II-24
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   Table 4: Comparison of Select Nanomemory Technologies- FRAM, MRAM, and Ovonic Unified Memory.....II-25
Features and Applications for Select Memory Types- SRAM, DRAM, Flash Memory, NRAM
  and MRAM.....II-25
FRAM.....II-25
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   Holographic Memory.....II-26
Molecular Memory.....II-26
MRAM.....II-26
Nano RAM.....II-26
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   Ovonic Unified Memory.....II-27
Polymer Memory.....II-27
Probe Memory.....II-27
Optoelectronic Applications.....II-27
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   What the Future Holds?.....II-28
Electronics and Electromechanical Systems.....II-28
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   Batteries.....II-29
Sensors.....II-29
2$200
   The United States.....II-31
Electronics and Communications- An Overview.....II-31
CNTs to Enable Better Memory with High Speed and Less Volatility.....II-31
CNTs to Help CMOS in Size Reduction.....II-31
1$100
   Japan.....II-32
Electronics and Communications- A Snapshot.....II-32
Electronics Propels Growth in Nanomaterials.....II-32
Europe.....II-32
Position of European Nanoelectronics Industry.....II-32
1$100
   Transformation of Business Models.....II-33
Transformation of Research Models.....II-33
Migration of Nanoelectronics Producers.....II-33
Technological Impediments.....II-33
Mediocre Functioning of European Research Organizations.....II-33
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   Large-Scale Nanoelectronics Research Activities.....II-34
Split in Research Investments.....II-34
Inadequacy of Existing Funding Instruments.....II-34
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   Asia-Pacific.....II-35
Overview and Structure.....II-35
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   Samsung Develops the First 4Gb DDR3 DRAM Chip.....II-36
Researchers Develop New Nanotube Flash Memory Design .....II-36
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   IBM and Partners Develop Smallest Ever SRAM Cell.....II-37
IBM Reduces Noise in Graphene Ribbons.....II-37
MIT Discovers new 25nm Technology.....II-37
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   Samsung Develops New Smart Card Chip.....II-38
HP Develops New Nano Chip Technology.....II-38
Nantero to Develop Printable Memory Applications .....II-38
Researchers Improve LCD Design Through Nanowire Technology.....II-38
1$100
   Copper Nanowires Find Application in Displays.....II-39
IBM Develops New Memory Device.....II-39
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   Samsung Introduces New EPD.....II-40
VIA Launches VIA Nano.....II-40
VIA Introduces VIA EPIA NX-Series Mainboard.....II-40
CopyTele Develops LVND Flat Panel Display.....II-40
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   Hitachi Announces Nanotechnology Milestone for Hard Disk Drives Capacity .....II-41
Ramtron’s New Integrated EDR Incorporates F-RAM Capabilities.....II-41
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   Ramtron Unveils New Serial F-RAM with 2Mb Memory.....II-421$100
   Ramtron Unveils FM3135.....II-43
Everspin Includes Small Footprint and byte-wide BGA Products into MRAM family.....II-43
1$100
   Ramtron Enhances Its Range of AEC-Q100-Specified F-RAM Memory Devices .....II-44
Samsung Introduces First 30nm Flash Memory in the World .....II-44
1$100
   RIC Launches 4Mb FRAM.....II-45
Hewlett-Packard Launches Nanotechnology Based New Computer Chip.....II-45
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   Samsung Develops a New Chip for Digital TVs.....II-46
Epson and Fujitsu Develop Next-Generation FRAM Technology.....II-46
Fujitsu Introduces Embedded FRAM for Digital Televisions.....II-46
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   Sistema Acquires Sitronics-Nanotechnology.....II-48
VT International Acquires Nanotailor.....II-48
Lockheed Martin Acquires Government Business Unit of Nantero .....II-48
1$100
   Unidym Enters Into Joint Venture with Samsung.....II-49
Atotech Partners with CNSE.....II-49
Qimonda AG in Partnership with Elpida Memory Inc. to Develop Nano-Chips.....II-49
1$100
   IBM Secures AFRL Contract.....II-50
Sharp and Nanosys Extend Collaboration Agreement.....II-50
Freescale Forms New Company for MRAM Development.....II-50
1$100
   Samsung to Increase Production of 42nm NAND Memory Chips .....II-51
IMFT to Commence Production of 32Gb NAND Flash Memory.....II-51
AIXTRON Completes Nanoinstruments Acquisition.....II-51
1$100
   Sumitomo Chemical Acquires Cambridge Display Technology.....II-52
NEC and Toshiba Agree to Collaboratively Develop 32nm Chips.....II-52
RCDS Collaborates with Nanosys to Develop Nano Optical Subsystem.....II-52
DoCoMo Collaborates with Nanosys.....II-52
1$100
   RIC Partners with TI.....II-53
In-Q-Tel and Nanosys Expand Macro-electronics Collaboration.....II-53
Ovonyx and Hynix Collaborate on PCM Products Development.....II-53
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   IBM, Infineon, Freescale, Samsung & Chartered Cooperate on 32-nm Semiconductors
  .....II-54
Nano-Terra Enters into Agreement with 3M.....II-54
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   IEEE Completes Nanoelectronics Standards Roadmap.....II-55
1$100
   Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (US).....II-56
Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd (Japan).....II-56
1$100
   General Nanotechnology LLC (US).....II-57
Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. (US).....II-57
Hitachi, Ltd. (Japan).....II-57
1$100
   International Business Machines Corporation (US).....II-58
Infineon Technologies, AG (Germany).....II-58
1$100
   Motorola, Inc. (US).....II-59
NanoInk, Inc. (US).....II-59
1$100
   Nanonex Corporation (US).....II-60
Nanosys, Inc. (US).....II-60
Nantero, Inc. (US).....II-60
Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology (South Korea).....II-60
1$100
   Texas Instruments Incorporated (US).....II-61
ZettaCore, Inc. (US).....II-61
1$100
   Zyvex Instruments, LLC (US).....II-621$100