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the extent to which a product is recognized and bought by customers in a particular market

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Although costs of LED backlight modules fell further in early 2011 due to reduced LED number on a module following considerable light output improvement in each diode, weak economy in the United States and euro zone has eroded demand for LED-lit TVs and monitors, with their market penetration projected to reach around 50% by the end of 2011.
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DisplaySearch's report indicates that the 3D TV panel shipment in the third quarter robustly grew by 27% from the second quarter to constitute a market penetration rate of 12%, with that of polarizer-based 3D and shutter models posting a 34% and 23% increase, respectively.
The report identifies the major opportunities for hematology and flow cytometry instruments, consumables, and auxiliary products; proposes ideal product models with tentative prices and operating characteristics; and suggests alternative market penetration strategies for suppliers
WASHINGTON -- Competitive telecommunications companies today released a new market share analysis that shows that the facilities-based market penetration level for a key Verizon competitor in the New York MSA falls far short of the level understood to have been required by the FCC to approve past requests for forbearance from key unbundling obligations.
The company is poised to further expand our market penetration in both the U.
We believe that Pelephone's high market penetration will lead to interesting new business opportunities in Israel and the Middle East," said Eberhard Schoneburg, CEO of Artificial Life, Inc.