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Thin Film Solid State Battery, Printed Battery, and Smarter Computing Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2011 to 2017

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WinterGreen Research announces that it has a new study on Thin Film and Printed Battery Market Shares and Forecasts, Worldwide, Nanotechnology 2011-2017. These products power sensors that are the base for smarter computing. The 2011 study has 505 pages, 164 tables and figures. Thin film batteries are evolving solid state technology that provides vast improvements in energy density and creates units that can be recharged 40,000 times, up from 200 times for traditional batteries.

Thin film battery market driving forces include business inflection that is achieved by delivering smart computing technology that supports entirely new capabilities. Sensor networks are creating demand for thin film solid state devices. Vendors doubled revenue and almost tripled production volume from first quarter. Multiple customers are moving into production with innovative products after successful trials.

A strong business pipeline has emerged with customer activity in all target markets. Vendors expect full-year revenue to more than double in 2011. The market focus is shifting from ramping capacity to driving manufacturing efficiencies and achieving margin improvement, indicating increasing market maturity.

Smarter computing depends on instrumented devices. Key factors that increase the demand for these thin film batteries is the flexibility these batteries offer in terms of size and shape. Roll-to-roll production technology, a process of manufacturing battery cell on a roll of flexible plastic material or a metal foil, enables low cost and high volume manufacturing.

Megatrends include consumer demand for increased portability, smart cities that demand connectivity and, tracking all through the city, and human demand for environmentally friendly products. These megatrends are driving the demand for these batteries. Widespread usage of smart cards in diverse applications is another factor creating demand for these batteries. Smartcards powered through thin film batteries enable better contact from a smart card to the common database, retaining the dimensions of the card. 

Software is needed to create systems that manage smarter computing and instrumented systems. SOA provides the base for cloud computing and for smarter computing. IBM is the market leader in SOA.

IBM is the leader in SOA markets with 78% share in 2010. No other vendor has above 4% market share and software vendors are merging and making acquisitions at a rapid pace seeking to achieve credible SOA product sets. IBM software is the defacto standard in this industry. The market is evolving rapidly.

One of the remarkable aspects of the IBM SOA solution is that it permits users to work across software segments to achieve significant insight into their IT automated process. Thus, while most software fits into a neat category of software, business process management (BPM), information management, data base, applications, application server, system management, SOA embraces a large number of categories to provide a solution. The IBM SOA solution is robust because it supports so many different aspects of integration across platforms.

With WebSphere MQ as a base, the IBM SOA solution is able to transport messages once and only once, in a mission critical manner, across disparate platforms and across multiple layers of application, creating an integration stack that is unique.

Cloud and virtualization from IBM leverage the smarter computing using the WebSphere product set that leverage sensors used to implement smarter computing. These sensors need thin film batteries to function remotely. In a smarter computing dynamic business climate, organizations are challenged with managing an ever-growing amount of business applications, often requiring extremely sophisticated processing capabilities. The thin film batteries are used to support gathering information from instrumented sensors in large networks.

Every big automaker, battery maker, national lab and university materials-science department in the world has a team of PhDs whose lives consist of testing countless combinations of elements in an effort to build a better battery. There is a fundamental challenge to evolve solid state batteries.

Solid state batteries need more work to become a large market. Fabrication methods do not yet scale to large format batteries. This is because the cost of vacuum deposition has been prohibitive. Researchers are working to develop an alternative deposition process. It has the ability to make nanostructured electrolyte and electrode materials with chemistries.

A low temperature deposition process for thin film batteries enables use of flexible, polymer foil as the substrate. This technology largely reduces the production cost of the thin film batteries. Successful development of a low temperature manufacturing process (<350ºC) opens up the possibility of using a polymer substrate such as Kapton, thereby significantly reducing manufacturing cost, while gaining flexibility and significantly reducing the overall thickness of the cells.

THIN FILM AND PRINTED BATTERY EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Thin Film Battery Market
Polymer Film Substrate for Flexible Thin Battery
Thin Film Battery Market Driving Forces
Smarter Computing Market Driving Forces
IBM WebSphere Product Set Leverages Thin Film Batteries
Thin Film Batteries Market Shares
Thin Film Batteries Market Forecasts

1. THIN FILM BATTERY AND SMARTER COMPUTING MARKET DESCRIPTION AND MARKET DYNAMICS
1.1 Smarter Computing Depends on Thin Film Batteries
1.1.1 Intelligent Systems: The Next Era of IT Leverages Thin Film Batteries
1.2 Cloud and Virtualization from IBM WebSphere
1.3 Thin Film Battery Target Markets
1.3.1 Permanent Power for Wireless Sensors
1.4 Principal Features Used To Compare Rechargeable Batteries
1.4.1 World Economy Undergoing A Transformation
1.4.2 Challenges in Battery and Battery System Design
1.5 Types of Batteries
1.5.1 Lead-Acid Batteries
1.5.2 Nickel-Based Batteries
1.5.3 Conventional Lithium-ion Technologies
1.5.4 Advanced Lithium-ion Batteries
1.5.5 Thin Film Battery Solid State Energy Storage
1.5.6 Ultra Capacitors
1.5.7 Fuel Cells
1.6 Nanotechnology
1.6.1 Components Of A Battery
1.7 Applications Require On-Printed Circuit Board Battery Power
1.7.1 Thin-film vs. Printed Batteries
1.8 Battery Safety / Potential Hazards
1.9 Thin Film Solid-State Battery Construction
1.10 Nanotechnology
1.11 Battery Is Electrochemical Device
1.11.1 Battery Depends On Chemical Energy
1.11.2 Characteristics Of Battery Cells
1.11.3 Components Of A Battery

2. THIN FILM AND PRINTED BATTERY MARKET SHARES AND FORECASTS
2.1 Thin Film Battery Market
2.1.1 Polymer Film Substrate for Flexible Thin Battery
2.1.2 Thin Film Battery Market Driving Forces
2.1.3 Smarter Computing Market Driving Forces
2.1.4 IBM WebSphere Product Set Leverages Thin Film Batteries
2.2 Thin Film Batteries Market Shares
2.2.1 Infinite Power Solutions
2.2.2 Cymbet Corporation
2.2.3 Planar Energy Devices
2.2.4 Poly plus
2.2.5 Johnson / Excellatron
2.2.6 Eveready Battery Company / Blue Spark Technologies
2.2.7 Solicore
2.2.8 Leonhard Kurz / PolyIC
2.2.9 ITN Solid-State Lithium Battery
2.2.10 Nokia to add NFC
2.2.11 Architecture Of The Prieto Battery Has Nanowires To Make Up The Anode
2.2.12 Printed Electronics
2.2.13 Thin Film Batteries, Worldwide, Market Share, 2010
2.2.14 Printed Batteries, Worldwide, Market Share, 2010
2.2.15 Printed electronics vs. The silicon chip
2.3 Thin Film Batteries Market Forecasts
2.3.1 Thin Film Batteries Deposited Directly Onto Chips Or Chip Packages
2.3.2 Thin Film, Solid State Printed Electronics Battery Market:- Bigger than the Silicon Chip
2.3.3 Remote Sensors
2.3.4 Sensor Network Thin Film Battery Forecasts
2.3.5 Smart Card Battery Market Forecasts
2.3.6 RFID and Small Thin Film Battery Forecasts
2.3.7 Battery-Assisted Passive and Active RFID
2.3.8 Medical Batteries
2.3.9 Medical Device Thin Film Battery Forecasts
2.4 Smarter Computing Depends on Instrumented Devices
2.4.1 Advantages Offered By SOA
2.4.2 SOA As An Architecture
2.5 Services Oriented Architecture SOA Market Shares
2.5.1 IBM SOA Dominates the Industry
2.5.2 IBM System z Works for Smarter Computing
2.6 Nanotechnology Providing Next Generation Systems
2.6.1 Nanotechnology Thin Film Batteries
2.6.2 Silver Nanoplates Silicon Strategy Shows Promise For Batteries
2.6.3 Argonne Scientists Watch Nanoparticles
2.7 Thin Film Batteries Combining Better Performance With Lower Cost
2.7.1 Thin Film Battery Prices
2.8 Lead-Acid Battery Manufacturers
2.9 Electrochromics
2.10 Established Lead-Acid Battery Manufacturers
2.11 Thin Film Battery and Lithium Ion Battery Prices
2.11.1 IPS Prices
2.12 Thin Film Battery Geographical Region Analysis
2.12.1 Geographical Region Analysis

3. THIN FILM BATTERY LITHIUM BATTERY PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
3.1 Cymbet Energizing Innovation
3.1.1 Cymbet Products
3.1.2 Cymbet Rechargeable EnerChips and Effective Capacity
3.1.3 Cymbet Development Support
3.1.4 Cymbet Solid State Energy Storage for Embedded Energy, Power Back-up and Energy Harvesting
3.1.5 Cymbet Energy Harvesting
3.1.6 Cymbet Zero Power Devices
3.1.7 ComtexCymbet EnerChip™ Thin-Film Batteries
3.2 Infinite Power Solutions (IPS)
3.2.1 Infinite Power Solutions High-Volume Production Line for TFBs
3.2.2 Infinite Power Solutions Solid-State, Rechargeable Thin-Film Micro-Energy Storage Devices
3.2.3 Infinite Power Solutions IPS THINERGY® MEC Products
3.2.4 Infinite Power Solutions THINERGY MEC
3.2.5 Infinite Power Solutions, Inc. Recharge From A Regulated 4.10 V Source
3.2.6 Infinite Power Solutions, Inc. SRAM Backup Guidelines
3.2.7 Infinite Power Solutions, Inc. SRAM Backup Power Solution
3.2.8 Infinite Power Solutions Recharging THINERGY Micro-Energy Cells
3.2.9 Infinite Power Solutions Charging Methods
3.2.10 Infinite Power Solutions, Inc. THINERGY MECs
3.2.11 MicroGen Systems and Infinite Power Solutions Wireless Sensor Network (WSN)
3.2.12 Maxim Integrated, Infinite Power Solutions IC to Integrate All Of The Power-Management Functions For Ambient Energy Harvesting
3.2.13 Maxim Integrated Products (Nasdaq:MXIM) MAX17710 IC Integrates Power-Management
3.2.14 Maxim / Infinite Power Solutions, Inc. (IPS) THINERGY(R) Solid-State, Rechargeable MEC Battery Products
3.2.15 Maxim introduces MAX17710 PMIC :Uniquely enables Energy Harvesting with THINERGY MECs
3.3 Planar
3.3.1 Planar Energy Devices
3.3.2 Planar Energy’s Solid State Batteries New Deposition Process
3.3.3 Planar Energy PrintGuide to Recent Battery Advances
3.3.4 Planar Lithium Manganese Dioxide Nanotechnology
3.3.5 Planar Energy Devices PowerPlane MXE Module
3.4 NEC
3.4.1 NEC Radio tags
3.4.2 NEC RFID Tag
3.4.3 NEC Nanotechnology Thin And Flexible Organic Radical Battery (ORB)
3.4.4 NEC / Nissan / AESC (Automotive Energy Supply Corporation)
3.5 Polyplus
3.5.1 PolyPlus Lithium water
3.5.2 PolyPlus Lithium / Air Couple
3.6 Johnson Research Product Development
3.7 Excellatron
3.7.1 Excellatron Polymer Film Substrate for Thin Flexible Profile
3.7.2 Excellatron Thin Film Batteries Deposited On A Thin Polymer Substrate
3.7.3 Excellatron High Rate Capability
3.7.4 Excellatron Thin Film Battery High Power & Energy Density, Specific Power & Energy
3.7.5 Excellatron Polymer Film Substrate for Thin Flexible Profile
3.7.6 Excellatron Unique Proprietary Passivation Barrier and Packaging Solution
3.7.7 Excellatron High Capacity Thin Film Batteries
3.7.8 Excellatron Next Generation Of Lithium Batteries
3.7.9 Excellatron High Rate Deposition Process (Plasma Enhanced Chemical Vapor Deposition)
3.8 Oak Ridge Micro-Energy, Inc.
3.8.1 Oak Ridge Micro-Energy Manufacturing Process
3.9 ITN's Lithium Technology
3.9.1 ITN Lithium Electrochromics
3.9.2 ITN Solid-State Lithium Battery
3.9.3 ITN Lithium Air Battery
3.10 Sony Thin Film And Lithium Ion Batteries For Electronics
3.11 ThinkPad Edge Thin Film And Lithium Ion Batteries For RFID Tags To Micro Medical Devices
3.12 Prieto Battery
3.12.1 Prieto Battery Reducing The Thickness Of The Electrode Results In Lower Energy Capacity And Shorter Operating Time
3.12.2 Prieto Battery Nanowires Make Up The First Key Piece Of The Battery, The Anode
3.12.3 Proposed Architecture of the Prieto battery
3.13 Solicore
3.13.1 Solicore RFID
3.13.2 Solicore Commercializes Its Revolutionary Battery Technology
3.14 Rogers
3.15 PS iTHINERGY ADP
3.15.1 IPS and ITT

4. THIN FILM LITHIUM BATTERY TECHNOLOGY
4.1 Thin Film Batteries
4.1.1 Thin Film Battery Timescales and Costs
4.2 Battery Breakthroughs
4.2.1 MIT Thin Film Battery Researchers
4.2.2 A123 MIT Very High-Power Lithium-Ion Batteries
4.2.3 A123 MIT Carbon Nanotube Electrodes
4.2.4 ORNL Scientists Reveal Battery Behavior At The Nanoscale
4.2.5 Rice University and Lockheed Martin Scientists Discovered Way To Use Silicon To Increase Capacity Of Lithium-Ion Batteries
4.2.6 Rice University50 Microns Battery
4.2.7 Next Generation Of Specialized Nanotechnology
4.3 Silicon Strategy For Batteries
4.4 Zinc Air Batteries And Fuel Cells
4.5 John Bates Patent: Thin Film Battery and Method for Making Same
4.5.1 J. B. Bates,a N. J. Dudney, B. Neudecker, A. Ueda, and C. D. Evans Thin-Film Lithium and Lithium-Ion Batteries
4.6 MEMS Applications
4.6.1 MEMS Pressure Sensors
4.7 c-Si Manufacturing Developments
4.7.1 Wafers
4.7.2 Texturization
4.7.3 Emitter Formation
4.7.4 Metallization
4.7.5 Automation, Statistical Process Control (SPC), Advanced Process Control (APC)
4.7.6 Achieving Well-controlled Processes
4.7.7 Incremental Improvements
4.8 Ascent Solar's WaveSol™ Flexible And Lightweight Thin-Film PV Technology
4.9 Liquid radio
4.10 TAU battery
4.11 Flexible Energy Storage Devices Based On Nanocomposite Paper
4.12 Transition Metal Oxides, MnO
4.13 Battery Cell Construction
4.14 Impact Of Nanotechnology
4.14.1 Nanotechnology
4.14.2 Why Gold Nanoparticles Are More Precious Than Pretty Gold
4.14.3 Lithium Ion Cells Optimized For Capacity
4.14.4 Flat Plate Electrodes
4.14.5 Spiral Wound Electrodes
4.14.6 Multiple Electrode Cells
4.14.7 Fuel Cell Bipolar Configuration
4.14.8 Electrode Interconnections
4.14.9 Sealed Cells and Recombinant Cells
4.14.10 Battery Cell Casing
4.14.11 Button Cells and Coin Cells
4.14.12 Pouch Cells
4.14.13 Prismatic Cells
4.15 Naming Standards For Cell Identification
4.15.1 High Power And Energy Density
4.15.2 High Rate Capability
4.16 Comparison Of Rechargeable Battery Performance
4.17 Polymer Film Substrate
4.18 Micro Battery Solid Electrolyte

5. THIN FILM BATTERY COMPANY PROFILES
5.1 Arotech
5.1.1 Arotech's New SWIPES Product Named One of the U.S. Army's Ten Greatest Inventions of 2011
5.1.2 Arotech's Battery and Power Systems Division
5.1.3 Electric Fuel Battery Corporation
5.2 Altair Nanotechnologies Inc.
5.2.1 Altair Nanotechnologies Reports Second
Quarter 2011 Revenue
5.3 Citic Guoan
5.3.1 MGL One Of The Biggest Cathode Material (LiCoO2)
Manufacturers in China
5.3.2 MGL Total Battery Production Capacity
5.3.3 MGL Company Profile
5.4 Cymbet
5.4.1 Cymbet Team:
5.4.2 Cymbet Investors:
5.4.3 Cymbet Investors
5.4.4 Cymbet Partners, Sales and Distribution:
5.4.5 Cymbet Manufacturing:
5.4.6 Cymbet to Open World's Highest Volume Solid-State Battery Manufacturing Facility
5.4.7 Cymbet Partnering with X-FAB
5.4.8 Cymbet / X-FAB, Inc.
5.4.9 Cymbet Expanding in Minnesota
5.4.10 Cymbet / LEDA
5.4.11 Distribution Agreement EnerChip™ Eco-friendly Solid State Batteries
5.4.12 Cymbet EVAL-09 Utilizes Harnessing Ambient Energy
5.4.13 Cymbet Secures $31 Million in Private Financing
5.5 Infinite Power Solutions, Inc.
5.6 Eveready Battery Company / Blue Spark Technologies
5.7 Excellatron
5.8 GS Nanotech
5.9 GS Caltex / GS Yuasa
5.9.1 GS Battery (USA) Inc.
5.10 IBM
5.10.1 IBM WebSphere
5.10.2 IBM Business Partnering Strategy
5.10.3 IBM Strategic Priorities
5.10.4 IBM BPM Powered By Smart SOA
5.10.5 IBM Delivers Integration and Innovation to Clients
5.10.6 IBM Business Model
5.10.7 IBM Unified Communications In The Cloud Architecture
5.10.8 IBM LotusLive Cloud-Based Portfolio Of Social Networking And Collaboration Services
5.10.9 IBM Revenue
5.10.10 IBM Software Capabilities
5.10.11 IBM Systems and Technology Capabilities
5.10.12 IBM Worldwide Organizations
5.10.13 IBM Integrated Supply Chain
5.10.14 IBM Security
5.10.15 IBM Cloud Computing
5.10.16 IBM Business Model
5.10.17 IBM Business Segments And Capabilities
5.10.18 IBM GTS Strategic Outsourcing Services Capabilities
5.10.19 IBM Global Process Services.
5.10.20 IBM Integrated Technology Services.
5.10.21 IBM GTS Services Delivery
5.10.22 IBM Application Management Service
5.10.23 IBM Software Capabilities
5.10.24 IBM Systems and Technology
5.10.25 IBM Global Financing
5.10.26 IBM Premier Globally Integrated Enterprise
5.10.27 IBM Integrated Supply Chain
5.10.28 IBM Software Competition
5.10.29 IBM 2010 Revenue IBM LotusLive Cloud-Based Social Networking And Collaboration
5.11 Information Builders
5.11.1 Information Builders / iWay Software
5.11.2 iWay Software
5.12 Infinite Power Solutions
5.12.1 Infinite Power Solutions Solid-State, Thin-Film Batteries
5.12.2 Infinite Power Solutions Micro-Energy Storage Devices
5.12.3 Infinite Power Solutions Battery Applications
5.12.4 Infinite Power Solutions And Tokyo Electron Device Global Distribution Agreement
5.12.5 Infinite Power Solutions Raises $20.0m In Series C
Financing
5.13 Inventec
5.14 ITN Lithium Technology
5.14.1 ITN’s Lithium EC sub-Division Focused On Development And Commercialization of EC
5.14.2 ITN’s SSLB Division Thin-Film Battery Technology
5.14.3 ITN Lithium Air Battery
5.14.4 ITN Fuel Cell
5.14.5 ITN Thin-film Deposition Systems
5.14.6 ITN Real Time Process Control
5.14.7 ITN Plasmonics
5.15 KSW Microtec
5.15.1 KSW Microtec Efficient Flexible, Producer of RFID Components
5.16 Matsushita / Panasonic / Sanyo / Sanyo Solar
5.16.1 Panasonic Corporation Revenue
5.16.2 Sanyo
5.16.3 SANYO 2011 Sales Of Solar Photovoltaic Systems Panasonic Full Year Revenue Panasonic / Sanyo Solar Ark
5.16.4 Panasonic /Sanyo Solar Stone Brewing Company Reference Account
5.16.5 Panasonic / Sanyo Solar lumenHAUS Reference Account
5.16.6 InSpec / SANYO
5.16.7 SANYO and InSpec Group Partnership Generates Multiple Solar Installations in Oregon
5.17 Maxim / Dallas (MXIM:Nasdaq)
5.17.1 Maxim acquires Energy Measurement Company Teridian
5.17.2 Maxim / Dallas Semiconductor Revenue
5.17.3 Maxim / Dallas Semiconductor Revenue
5.17.4 Maxim / Dallas Semiconductor Principal Competitors
5.17.5 Maxim / Dallas Semiconductor
5.17.6 Maxim / Zilog
5.17.7 Maxim / Vitesse
5.18 MicroGen
5.19 Micropelt
5.20 Mitsubishi Electric
5.20.1 Mitsubishi Motors / Litcel
5.20.2 Mitsubishi Electric Group Energy and Electric Systems
5.20.3 Mitsubishi Electric Power Module for Electric Vehicles Mitsubishi Electric Group Power Module Test Samples Specifications
5.21 NEC Corporation
5.21.1 NEC Global Business Activities/Achievements
5.21.2 NEC Group Vision 2017
5.21.3 NEC C&C Cloud Strategy
5.21.4 NEC Expand Global Business
5.22 Oak Ridge National Laboratory
5.23 Oak Ridge Micro-Energy
5.23.1 Oak Ridge Micro-Energy, Inc.
5.24 Planar Energy Devices
5.24.1 DOE Selects Planar Energy for Oak Ridge National Laboratory Collaborative R&D Program to Advance Next-Generation Battery Development
5.25 Leonhard Kurz / PolyIC
5.26 PolyPlus
5.26.1 Poly Plus Lithium Water
5.27 Prieto
5.28 PS
5.29 SB LiMotive / Bosch and Samsung SDI
5.30 Saft
5.30.1 Saft, Building For Future Growth
5.30.2 Attractive market positioning in high-end niche markets
5.30.3 Saft Launches Lithium-Ion Battery Industrial Production At Jacksonville US Plant
5.31 Samsung
5.31.1 Samsung 2010 Significant Strategic Change
5.31.2 Samsung Apps
5.31.3 Samsung Display and Information Technology Innovations
5.31.4 Samsung Cameras: Consumer-Inspired Design
5.31.5 Samsung Creating a Future Home Entertainment TV
5.32 SNC
5.33 Solicore
5.33.1 Solicore's Primary Target Markets:
5.34 Sony Corporation
5.34.1 Sony Technology
5.35 STMicroelectronics (NYSE:STM)
5.35.1 STMicroelectronics Product Technologies
5.35.2 ST Custom and Semi-Custom Chips
5.35.3 ST Secure ICs
5.35.4 ST Application Specific Discretes (ASD™)
5.35.5 ST In-Check -Lab-on-Chip‖
5.35.6 ST Multi-Segment Products
5.35.7 ST Microcontrollers
5.35.8 ST Smart Power Devices
5.35.9 ST Standard Linear and Logic
5.35.10 ST Discretes
5.35.11 ST Protection Devices
5.35.12 ST Sensors
5.35.13 ST RF 5-165
5.35.14 ST Real-time Clocks
5.36 Texas Instruments (TXN:NYSE)
5.36.1 Texas Instruments
5.37 Thunder Sky Battery Limited
5.38 Tokyo Electron Device
5.39 Umicore Thin Film Products
5.39.1 Umicore Materials Technology Group
5.40 Zibo Dison
5.41 Battery manufacturers

List of Tables

Table ES-1
Thin Film Battery Market Driving Forces
Table ES-2
Smarter Computing Market Driving Forces
Table ES-3
Thin Film Battery Benefits
Table ES-4
Comparison Of Battery Performance
Figure ES-5
Thin Film Battery Energy Density
Figure ES-6
Thin Film and Printed Battery Market Shares, Dollars, 2010
Figure ES-7
Thin Film and Printed Battery Markets Forecasts
Dollars, Worldwide, 2011-2017
Table 1-1
Thin Film Battery Target Markets
Table 1-2
Principal Features Used To Compare Rechargeable Batteries
Table 1-3
Challenges in Battery and Battery System Design
Figure 1-4
Discharge of a Lithium Battery
Figure 1-5
Typical Structure Of A Thin Film Solid State Battery
Table 1-6
Characteristics Of Battery Cells
Figure 1-7
Discharge of a Lithium Battery
Table 2-1
Thin Film Battery Market Driving Forces
Table 2-2
Smarter Computing Market Driving Forces
Table 2-3
Thin Film Battery Benefits
Table 2-4
Comparison Of Battery Performance
Figure 2-5
Thin Film Battery Energy Density
Figure 2-6
Thin Film and Printed Battery Market Shares, Dollars, 2010
Table 2-7
Thin Film and Printed Battery Market Shares,
Dollars, Worldwide, 2010 and First Three Quarters 2011
Table 2-8
Thin Film Batteries, Worldwide, Market Share, 2010
Table 2-9
Thin Film Batteries, Worldwide, Market Share, 2010
Table 2-10
Printed Batteries, Worldwide, Market Share, 2010
Table 2-11
Printed Batteries, Worldwide, Market Share, 2010
Figure 2-12
Thin Film and Printed Battery Markets Forecasts
Dollars, Worldwide, 2011-2017
Table 2-13
Thin Film and Printed Battery Market Forecasts
Dollars, Worldwide, 2011-2017
Table 2-14
Thin Film and Printed Battery Markets Forecasts
Dollars, Worldwide, 2011-2017
Table 2-15
Thin Film and Printed Battery Market Industry
Segments, Percent, Worldwide, 2011-2017
Figure 2-16
Sensor Network Thin Film Battery Forecasts
Figure 2-17
Sensor Thin Film and Printed Battery Market Forecasts,
Worldwide, Dollars, 2011-2017
Figure 2-18
Smart Card Thin Film and Printed Battery
Market Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2011-2017
Figure 2-19
RFID Thin Film and Printed Battery Market
Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2011-2017
Table 2-20
RFID Applications And Industry Solutions For
Battery-Assisted Passive And Active Batteries
Figure 2-21
Specialized and Implantable Medical Thin Film Battery
Market Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2011-2017
Figure 2-22
Smarter Computing Depends on Instrumented Devices
Figure 2-23
Smarter Planet Impact on IT
Table 2-24
Advantages Offered by SOA
Table 2-25
Services Oriented Architecture SOA Market
Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2010
Table 2-26
Services Oriented Architecture SOA
Application Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2010
Figure 2-27
Silver Nanoplates
Table 2-28
Thin Film Battery Unique Properties
Figure 2-29
Lead-Acid Battery Target Market Size
Figure 2-30
A123 Pricing and Margin Improvement of Lithium Ion Batteries
Table 2-31
Thin Film and Printed Battery Regional Market Segments, 2010
Table 2-32
Thin Film and Printed Battery Regional Market Segments, 2010
Figure 2-33
Fuel Economy Gained for Incremental Cost
Figure 2-34
Saft International Presence
Table 3-1
Cymbet Solid State Energy Storage Energizing
Innovation Target Markets
Table 3-2
Cymbet Solid State Energy Storage products
Table 3-3
Cymbet EnerChip™ Solid-State Product Line
Table 3-4
Cymbet's EnerChip Benefits
Figure 3-5
Cymbet EnerChip CBC3105-BDC:
Table 3-6
Cymbet EnerChip CBC001-BDC: Target Markets
Table 3-7
Cymbet Energy Harvesting Applications
Table 3-8
Infinite Power Solutions THINERGY® Product Family
Table 3-9
Infinite Power Solutions, Inc. Maxim Energy Management Chips
Table 3-10
Infinite Power Solutions, Inc. Applications For Energy Harvester
Table 3-11
Infinite Power Solutions Charging Methods
Table 3-12
Wireless Sensor Network Applications
Figure 3-13
Planar Energy’s Solid State Batteries Spraying
Materials Onto A Metal Substrate
Figure 3-14
NEC ORB Thin, Flexible Battery Technology
Figure 3-15
NEC ORB Battery
Figure 3-16
NEC ORB Flexible Battery
Table 3-17
NEC Nanotechnology Thin And Flexible Organic
Radical Battery (ORB) Characteristics Of The Technologies
Figure 3-18
NEC Organic Radical Battery
Figure 3-19
PolyPlus Lithium Metal Electrodes Compatible With
Aqueous And Aggressive Non-Aqueous Electrolytes
Figure 3-20
PolyPlus Air and Water Stable Lithium Electrode
Figure 3-21
Thin Film Solid State Battery Construction
Figure 3-22
Excellatron Charge/Discharge Thin Film Battery Profile At 25ºC
Figure 3-23
Excellatron Charge/Discharge Thin
Film Battery Profile At 150ºC
Figure 3-24
Excellatron Capacity Charge/Discharge 150ºC
Figure 3-25
Excellatron Capacity And Resistance Of Thin
Film Battery As A Function Of Temperature
Figure 3-26
Excellatron Battery High Rate Pulse Discharge
Figure 3-27
Excellatron Pulse Discharge
Figure 3-28
Excellatron's Battery (0.1 mAh) High Rate Pulse
Discharge Was By a 100 mA Pulse at 80ºC
Figure 3-29
Excellatron Long term Cyclability Of A Thin
Film Solid State Battery
Figure 3-30
Excellatron Discharge Capacity Of Thin-Film Batteries
Table 3-31
Excellatron Comparison Of Battery Performances
Figure 3-32
Excellatron Polymer Film Substrate Battery
Figure 3-33
Excellatron Unique Proprietary Passivation
Barrier and Packaging Solution
Figure 3-34
Voltage And Current Profile of a 10 mAh Excellatron Battery
Table 3-35
Excellatron Batteries Practical Advantages
Figure 3-36
Oak Ridge Micro-Energy Discharge of a Thin-Film
Lithium Battery At Current Densities of
0.02, 0.1, 0.2, 0.5, 1.0, 2.0, 5.0, and 10.0 mA/cm2
Figure 3-37
Discharge of a Thin-Film Lithium-Ion Battery At Current
Densities of 0.02, 0.1, 0.2, 0.5, 1.0, 2.0, 5.0, and 10.0 mA/cm2
Figure 3-38
Ragone Plots Graph Of Energy vs. Power
Per Unit Area Of The Cathode From The
Discharge Data For The Lithium And Lithium-Ion Batteries
Table 3-39
Oak Ridge Micro-Energy Manufacturing Process For
Thin Film Batteries
Figure 3-40
Oak Ridge Micro-Energy Ceramic Wafer
Table 3-41
Oak Ridge Micro-Energy ORLI.0.5.CL Battery Features
Table 3-42
Oak Ridge Micro-Energy Consumer and Industrial Products
Table 3-43
Oak Ridge Micro-Energy Sensors
Table 3-44
Oak Ridge Micro-Energy Implantable Medical Products
Table 3-45
Oak Ridge Micro-Energy Government Applications
Table 3-46
ITN’s SSLB Solid-State Lithium Battery Target Markets
Table 3-47
ITN’s SSLB Technology Advantages
Table 3-48
ITN Technologies
Figure 3-49
ITN Capabilities To Develop And Deliver
A Quality, Fully-Functional, Nanoscale Product
Table 3-50
Sony VAIO® Notebook Batteries
Table 3-51
Sony Devices Using Lithium Ion Batteries
Figure 3-52
Sony Laptop Battery
Figure 3-53
Prieto Battery Nanowires Li-ion Batteries Using A 3D Structure
Table 3-54
Prieto Battery Features
Table 4-1
Thin Film Battery Unique Properties
Figure 4-2
Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National
Laboratory Battery Behavior At The Nanoscale
Figure 4-3
Rice Researchers Advanced Lithium-Ion
Technique has Microscopic Pores That Dot A Silicon Wafer
Figure 4-4
Rice University50 Microns Battery
Figure 4-5
Silver Nanoplates Decorated With Silver Oxy Salt
Nanoparticles
Figure 4-6
John Bates Patent: Thin Film Battery and Method for
Making Same
Table 4-7
Approaches to Selective Emitter (SE) Technologies
Figure 4-8
TAU Thin Films Of Lithium And Pyrite Separated By A
Film Of Composite Polymers
Figure 4-9
Nano composite Paper Energy Storage
Figure 4-10
XRD Patterns of MnO Thin Films
Figure 4-11
Nanoparticle Illustration
Table 2-12
Comparison Of Battery Performances
Table 4-13
Common Household-Battery Sizes, Shape, and Dimensions
Table 4-14
Thin Films For Advanced Batteries
Table 4-15
Thin Film Batteries Technology Aspects
Table 4-16
Thin Film Battery / Lithium Air Batteries Applications
Figure 4-17
Polymer Film Substrate Thin Flexible battery Profiles
Figure 4-18
Design Alternatives of Thin Film Rechargable Batteries
Table 5-0
Excellatron Solid State Market Positioning
Table 5-1
GS NANOTECH
Figure 5-2
GS Nanotech Thin Film Battery
Source: GS Nanotech
Figure 5-3
GS NANOTECH Thin Film Battery
Figure 5-4
GS Nanotech Nanotechnology
Source: GS Nanotech.
Table 5-5
GS NANOTECH Thin Film Battery Advantages
Figure 5-6
IBM SMB Partner Go to Market Approach
Table 5-7
IBM Strategic Priorities
Table 5-8
iWay Software Integration Provider Solutions
Table 5-9
iWay Products
Table 5-10
iWay Solutions
Table 5-11
iWay Technology
Table 5-12
iWay Adapters for Partners
Table 5-13
iWay Customers
Table 5-14
ITN Technologies
Figure 5-15
ITN Thin Film Battery Technology
Figure 5-16
ITN Battery
Figure 5-17
ITN Thin-Film Deposition Systems
Figure 5-18
ITN’s Thin-Film Deposition Systems
Table 5-19
ITN Thin-Film Deposition Systems Products and Services Offered
Table 5-20
ITN Thin-Film Deposition Systems
Figure 5-21
ITNIYN Fuel Cells
Figure 5-22
Panasonic / Sanyo Solar HIT Garage Roof Panels
Figure 5-23
Panasonic / Sanyo Solar HIT Roof Panels
Figure 5-24
Panasonic / Sanyo Solar HIT Panels
Table 5-25
Maxim Major End-Markets
Figure 5-26
Mitsubishi Electric Power Module for Electric Vehicles
Table 5-27
Mitsubishi Electric Group J-Series Features
Table 5-28
Mitsubishi Electric Group Automotive-
Grade Quality And Functionality
Table 5-29
Mitsubishi Electric Group J-Series T-PM
Table 5-30
Mitsubishi Electric Group Power Module
Test Samples Specifications
Table 5-31
Oak Ridge National Laboratory ORNL Advance
Battery Materials And Processing Technology Contracts
Table 5-32
Oak Ridge National Laboratory And Battery
Manufacturers Energy Materials Program Aspects
Figure 5-33
Poly IC Printed Electronics
Figure 5-34
Saft Revenue H1 2011
Figure 5-35
Saft Industrial Battery Group Description
Figure 5-36
Saft Specialty Battery Group Description
Figure 5-37
Johnson Controls / Saft Battery Update
Figure 5-38
Saft Opportunities in Lithium Ion Markets
Figure 5-39
Saft Grid Projects
Figure 5-40
Saft Revenue 2009
Figure 5-41
Saft International Presence
Table 5-42
Umicore Business Areas
Figure 5-43
Umicore Thin Film Products

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