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TABLE OF CONTENTS


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   Study Reliability And Reporting Limitations.....I-1  
   Disclaimers .....I-2
Data Interpretation & Reporting Level .....I-2
Quantitative Techniques & Analytics .....I-2
  
   Product Definitions And Scope of Study .....I-3  
   Light Emitting Diodes.....I-4
Near-Field Optics.....I-4
Photovoltaic Cells.....I-4
  
   Displays and Monitors.....I-5
Biological Assays.....I-5
Computing & Electronics.....I-5
  
   Nanophotonics – A Big Opportunity.....II-1
Global Industry Heading Towards Nanorevolution.....II-1
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   Miniaturization – Goal of Nanophotonics.....II-2
Nanophotonics – Transforming the World.....II-2
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   Nanophotonics – High Expectations in the Long Term.....II-3 1$100
   Table 1: World Nanophotonic Device Markets Ranked by Growth (% CAGR) – LEDs (Light Emitting Diodes), Other Devices, Photovoltaic Cells and NFOs (Near-Field Optics) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-4
Nanophotonics – A Reward for the Optical Industry.....II-4
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   Nanophotonics – Next Frontier for Optical Technology.....II-5
Photonic Integration Technologies – Essential for Optical Technology
  Development.....II-5
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   Quantum Dots – Bright Future Ahead.....II-6
Nanotechnology – A Gateway for Reduction of Solar Cells Manufacturing Costs.....II-6
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   Nanophotonics & Nanoelectronics – Future Combination.....II-7
Silicon – Ideal Material for Nanophotonic Devices.....II-7
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   Classical Information Processing – An Application for Nanophotonics.....II-81$100
   Chemists – Major Role to Play in Nanophotonics and Biophotonics.....II-9
QIS Emerges as New Industry Base for Nanophotonics.....II-9
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   Analysis by Nanophotonic Devices.....II-10
Analysis by Application Type.....II-10
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   Nanotechnology.....II-12
A Conceptual Definition.....II-12
What is Nanotechnology?.....II-12
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   Background.....II-13
Leaving Conventional Size Products Behind.....II-13
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   Photonics.....II-141$100
   Nanophotonics.....II-15
History.....II-15
Definition & Overview.....II-15
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   Characterization of Nanophotonics.....II-16
Segments.....II-16
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   LEDs (Light Emitting Diodes).....II-17
History.....II-17
Definition.....II-17
Description.....II-17
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   Blue and White LEDs.....II-18
Other Color LEDs.....II-18
Applications.....II-18
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   Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) – A Technology.....II-19
NFOs (Near-Field Optics).....II-19
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   Near Field Optical Technology.....II-20
Photovoltaic Cells.....II-20
Definition.....II-20
Overview.....II-20
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   Nanophotonic Integrated Circuits.....II-21
Optical Amplifiers.....II-21
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   Optical Switches.....II-22
Holographic Memory.....II-22
Nanophotonics Applications.....II-22
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   End-Use Applications Type.....II-23
Displays and Monitors.....II-23
Computing.....II-23
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   Electronics.....II-241$100
   Biological Assays.....II-25
Nanophotonic Technologies.....II-25
Carbon Nanotubes.....II-25
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   Photonic Crystals.....II-261$100
   Quantum Dots.....II-27
Nanophotonic Research Areas.....II-27
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   Chemists and Chemical Engineers.....II-28
Biologists.....II-28
Physicists.....II-28
Biomedical Researchers.....II-28
Device Engineers.....II-28
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   Nanophotonics R&D – Getting Heavy Investments.....II-29
mPhase and Lucent Jointly Develop Nano-based “Smart” Battery.....II-29
NanoGram Develops New Index Polymer Nanocomposites.....II-29
Innovalight Develops Silicon Quantum Dots for the Photovoltaic Market.....II-29
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   Innovalight to Develop Solar Cells Based on Nanotechnology.....II-30
RIT to Develop Nanotechnology for Improvement of Solar Cells and Satellites.....II-30
NEC Creates Silicon Nanophotonics Technology.....II-30
South Korean Inventor Develops Holographic Memory System.....II-30
IBM Develops a Chip Based on Single Carbon Nanotube Molecule.....II-30
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   Headwall Photonics Develops Nanophotonic Techniques.....II-31
Headwall Photonics Develops Hyperspectral Sensors Through Nanophotonics.....II-31
USA and Russian Researchers Develop Plasmonic Nanophotonics Method.....II-31
Nomadics Collaborates with UCSC and UGA.....II-31
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   UC and LBNL Develops Solar Cells.....II-32
WFU Achieves Breakthrough in Solar Cells Efficiency.....II-32
Researchers Develop New Technique to Produce White Light.....II-32
Quantum Dots Boosts Efficiency of Solar Cells.....II-32
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   UC, NASA ARC and LBNL Demonstrate the Delivery of Nanosecond Light Pulses.....II-33
UC to Develop Nanofabrication Technology.....II-33
Scientists at IBM Develop New Device for Increasing Light Usage.....II-33
Photonic Crystal Development to Make Way for More Powerful Lasers.....II-33
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   COM-DTU Research Group Develops Method for Reducing the Speed of Light.....II-34
Wavelength or Sub-Wavelength Scales Used for Creation of New Optical Physics and
  Devices.....II-34
Luxtera Develops 40 Gbits DWDM CMOS Optical Link for Sun Microsystems.....II-34
GIT to Develop Photon Crystal Tools.....II-34
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   Nomadics Develops Nanomaterials Emitting Deep Green and Blue Light.....II-35
SNL Researchers Demonstrate a New Nanoscale Motion Sensor.....II-35
Intel Develops World’s Fastest Silicon Photonics Modulator.....II-35
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   Research Centers to Develop Optofluidic Components.....II-36
Nanophotonics Group in Cornell’s SECE Develops Switches.....II-36
CNM Undertakes Research for Confinement of Light.....II-36
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   RIT to Develop Plastic Solar Cells.....II-37
Researchers Develop SPP Technology.....II-37
Luxtera to Develop Nanophotonics Integrated Circuits.....II-37
Researchers at SFIT Develop Low Cost Solar Cells.....II-37
STMicroelectronics Begins Research Program for Development of Low Cost Solar
  Cells.....II-37
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   Mesophotonics Debuts QuasiCrystal Capability for the LED Sector.....II-38
Avanex Rolls Out Optical Protection Switch Product Range.....II-38
Avanex Unveils Compact 1x4 Optical Switch.....II-38
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   Evident Technologies Launches Quantum Dot Reagents.....II-39
Motorola Launches First CNT Based Flat Screen Display.....II-39
Scientists at the University of California Unveil Multi-color LEDs.....II-39
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   EV Group Launches Ultra-Violet Step-and-Repeat Nanoimprint Lithography System.....II-40
GE Introduces Carbon Nanotube Diode.....II-40
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   Mitsui Merges with Hodogaya Chemical in CNT Sector.....II-41
mPhase Technologies Extends Agreement with Bell Labs to Develop Nano and MEMS
  Technology.....II-41
NanoDynamics Expands Presence in Fuel Cell and Carbon Nanotube Market.....II-41
Freescale Semiconductor, Philips and STMicroelectronics Form Crolles2 Alliance.....II-41
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   Invitrogen Acquires Quantum Dot Corp. and Biosource International.....II-42
NanoDynamics Partners with Nanocyl.....II-42
Xintek Bags a Contract from the US DoD.....II-42
Konarka Technologies Signs Joint Research Deal with Solaris Nanosciences.....II-42
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   Agilent Provides Grant to Research Projects in Nanoscale.....II-43
NanoHorizons Offers License for Nanotube Dependent Solar Cell Technology.....II-43
MTF Invests in Nanoco Technologies Limited.....II-43
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   European Commission Introduces MONA Project.....II-44
Kotura Provides License to Bookham’s Silicon Photonic Patents.....II-44
Optiwave Systems Announces Availability of OptiFDTD 6.0.....II-44
Nanophotonics Laboratory at Rice University Receives Training Grant.....II-44
Molecular Imprints Sells Tools to MRC, LBNL, PSNF and UT.....II-44
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   Applied Nanotech Collaborates with SouthWest NanoTechnologies.....II-45
German University of Technology Establishes New Nanophotonics Center.....II-45
USDoE Establishes Five New NSRC.....II-45
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   Boston University Establishes Nanophotonics Lanoratory.....II-46
DARPA Provides Funds to Establish New Photonic Research Center.....II-46
Moore Foundation Provides Funds to CIT.....II-46
Zia and EMCORE Enter Sublease Agreement.....II-46
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   NanoGram Corporation Launches New Subsidiary.....II-47
FSBE to Set Up New Photonics Center.....II-47
SGC Bags Order for Advanced Nanophotonic SOI.....II-47
Cetek Technologies Signs Licensing Agreement with Motorola.....II-47
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   Kopin Corporation Showcases new LED and Ciberdisplay 180K.....II-48
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   Agilent Technologies (USA).....II-49
Arrowhead Research (USA).....II-49
Avanex Corporation (USA).....II-49
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   Bussan Nanotech Research Institute, Inc. (Japan).....II-50
CarboLex, Inc. (USA).....II-50
Carbon Nanotechnologies, Inc. (USA).....II-50
Cambridge Display Technologies (UK).....II-50
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   Clarendon Photonics (USA).....II-51
Carbon Solutions (USA).....II-51
Evident Technologies (USA).....II-51
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   E. I. Du Pont De Nemours and Company (USA).....II-52
Headwall Photonics (USA).....II-52
Hyperion Catalysis International (USA).....II-52
International Business Machines Corporation (USA).....II-52
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   Innovalight, Inc. (USA).....II-53
Invitrogen Corporation (USA).....II-53
Kopin (USA).....II-53
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   Konarka Technologies (USA).....II-54
Luxtera, Inc (USA).....II-54
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   Lucent Technologies (USA).....II-55
mPhase Technologies (USA).....II-55
Mesophotonics Limited (UK).....II-55
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   Microcosm Inc. (USA).....II-56
Nanogram Corp. (USA).....II-56
NanoOpto Corporation (UK).....II-56
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   Ness Display Co., Ltd. (Korea).....II-57
NanoCarbLab (USA).....II-57
Nanoco Technologies Ltd. (UK).....II-57
Nanocrystals Technology, Ltd. (USA).....II-57
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   Nanocyl SA (Belgium).....II-58
Nanolab, Inc (USA).....II-58
Nantero (USA).....II-58
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   NanoHorizons, Inc. (USA).....II-59
Nanomat, Inc. (USA).....II-59
NL Nanosemiconductor GMBH (Germany).....II-59
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   Nanostructured & Amorphous Materials, Inc. (USA).....II-60
Nanosys Inc (USA).....II-60
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   Nomadics Inc (USA).....II-61
Osram Opto Semiconductors (Germany).....II-61
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   Philips Lumileds Lighting Company, LLC (USA).....II-62
RiTdisplay Corp (Taiwan).....II-62
Shenzhen Nanotech Port Co., Ltd (China).....II-62
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   STMicroelectronics (Europe).....II-63
Universal Display Corporation (USA).....II-63
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   Xintek, Inc. (Japan).....II-64
Zia Laser Inc (USA).....II-64
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   Table 2: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Nanophotonic Devices – LEDs (Light Emitting Diodes), NFOs (Near-Field Optics), Photovoltaic Cells and Other Devices Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2001 through 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-65

Table 3: World 10-Year Perspective for Nanophotonic Devices – Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for LEDs (Light Emitting Diodes), NFOs (Near-Field Optics), Photovoltaic Cells and Other Devices for 2001, 2006 & 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-65
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   Table 4: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Nanophotonics by Application Type – Displays and Monitors, Biological Assays and Other Applications Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2001 through 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-66

Table 5: World 10-Year Perspective for Nanophotonics by Application Type – Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for Displays and Monitors, Biological Assays and Other Applications for 2001, 2006 & 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-66
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