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Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan, 2008/11/26 - IPB today announced that it has published an Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) market analysis report. Entitled "IPB Patent & Technology Report: OLED", the report examines the technological competitiveness of the companies in the market.
Intellectual Property Bank Corp (IPB), a leading intellectual property solutions provider based in Tokyo, Japan, today announced that it has published an Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) market analysis report. Entitled "IPB Patent & Technology Research Report: OLED", the report examines the technological competitiveness of the companies that have entered the Japanese OLED market, based on the qualitative and quantitative analysis of patent applications filed by these companies.
This report looks into the strength and weakness of market entrants in the promising OLED market by using various data on their patent applications. The report mainly targeted the patent applications filed at the Japan Patent Office during the 4-year period from 2002 to 2005 with the aim of investigating recent trends in technological development in the market.
The report's analysis is beyond mere comparison of the number of patent applications that each company has filed, and is characterized by the multi-dimensional study by using IPB patent score,*1 an indicator of the quality of each patent application. The report is ideal for visualizing the competitive landscape in the OLED market, conducting corporate due diligence, and devising R&D strategies.
IPB Patent & Technology Research Report: Assessment of Corporate Strength Based on the Qualitative and Quantitative Valuation of Patent Applications: OLED
Created, edited, and published by Intellectual Property Bank Corp.
Number of Pages: Approx. 70 pages (color/A4 size)
Hard copy: 157,500 yen (tax inclusive)
PDF version: 147,000 yen (tax inclusive)
Companies covered in the analysis:
Seiko Epson, Samsung SDI, Canon, Sony, Semiconductor Energy Laboratory, Eastman Kodak, Philips Electronics, LG Electronics, Fuji Film, Konica Minolta, etc.
The report also unveils "Applicant Score Ranking" that lets the reader see comprehensive strength of OLED market leaders at a glance. For details, please visit the page below.
[Definition of Terms]
*1 IPB Patent Score
The proprietary IPB Patent Score is an automated patent evaluation system developed by IPB. Based mainly on prosecution history data, which is a record of legal procedures starting from application filing to expiration of the application/patent, an attractiveness score (valuation) for each patent application is generated by indexing the actions made by three parties (applicant, examiner, and competitor) to the patent application.
About Intellectual Property Bank Corp. (IPB)
Intellectual Property Bank Corp. (ipb.co.jp) is a leading intellectual property solutions provider in Japan. Since its foundation in May 2001, IPB has been offering a variety of solutions including patent and technology information services for corporations, patent and technology valuation and rating services, and IP strategy consulting.