DigiTimes reports LG Display expects its share of the global e-paper display (EPD) to hit 20 percent in 2010, up from 15 percent in 2009. The site also writes the e-book reader market is expected more than double, from 3.82 million units in 2009 to 9.3 million units in 2010. The majority (90 percent) of these eReader devices will feature an E-Ink display.
LG Display (LGD) expects its share of the global e-paper display (EPD) market to reach 20% in 2010, up from 15% in 2009, according to company CEO Kwon Young Soo at the signing of a strategic alliance with Taiwan-based EPD maker Prime View International (PVI) on December 28.
Kwon noted that the collaboration with PVI will help LGD secure EPD material supply from E-Ink in the future. PVI has acquired E-Ink.