The Technology Path to Modern Mobile Devices
Ashok Lahiri, Enovix co-founder and CTO, authored an article, “A New and Innovative 3D Architecture for Lithium Batteries”, that appears in the latest issue of Applied Wireless Technology (you can read the complete article beginning on page 12 of the issue). Following is an excerpt from the article, and I’ll post a few more over the coming weeks. A modern compact, mobile device, such as the smartphone shown below, is only
A Roadblock to Its Future
In June, I posted a series of three perspectives on the future of the smartwatch. While each has a slightly different viewpoint, they all agree that the smartwatch has to untether from the smartphone to fully realize its potential and accelerate market adoption. The second post in the series, A GREAT LEAP FORWARD: Don’t Leave Home Without It, focused on the future of the Apple Watch. It noted that the
The previous post, LI-ION BATTERY MARKET: 2015 – 2025 Projections, included a graph from the Avicenne Energy report, “The Worldwide Rechargeable Battery Market.” The graph showed that Li-ion battery use for portable devices is expected to double between 2015 and 2025. An important factor will be the growth of wearable devices. IDTechEx is an analyst and consulting firm that conducts detailed examinations of emerging technologies based on extensive primary research.
As I noted in the previous blog post, LI-ION BATTERY MARKET: 1995–2015 Growth and Drivers, Avicenne Energy, a market research and consulting firm, publishes a comprehensive report each year, “The Worldwide Rechargeable Battery Market.” The graph shows the actual growth of Li-ion battery use for portable electronics and electric vehicles since 2000, and the projected growth through 2025. The Rechargeable Battery Market (source: Avicenne Energy) Between 2000 and 2015, the
Avicenne Energy is a market research and consulting firm that has established a well-regarded reputation for coverage of the battery market. Each year Avicenne publishes a comprehensive report, “The Worldwide Rechargeable Battery Market.” The Avicenne graph below shows how Li-ion battery market size and share grew from 1995 through 2015. An earlier post, LI-ION BATTERY PRODUCTION, described how Sony commercialized the first lithium-ion (Li-ion) battery in 1991 to help drive