STERLING, Va., Jan. 12 /PRNewswire/ -- NanoMarkets, a leading industry consultancy based here, today announced the release of a new series of reports that examine key areas of the emerging nanoelectronics market. The subjects covered in the series include MRAM, plastic electronics, nano-enabled displays, carbon nanotube electronics and the impact of nanotechnology on semiconductor manufacturing equipment. Details about the reports can be found on the firm's website, http://www.nanomarkets.net. About the Program: These new reports from NanoMarkets combine technology assessments, eight- year market forecasts and appraisals of the market strategies of leading firms active in these respective markets. Established companies covered include Intel, HP, IBM, Dupont, Freescale Semi, Philips, GE, Infineon, Honeywell and Hitachi. Start-ups covered include Nanosolar, Nanosys, Molecular Nanosystems, Nantero and Xintek. In considering the opportunities available for companies, NanoMarkets selected five key growth areas that offer the most promise for both the near term and intermediate future. The reports are available as a subscription service or may be purchased individually. Through the end of January the firm has announced a special pricing program. For additional information about these reports, contact Robert Nolan at firstname.lastname@example.org or (571) 434-7520 or visit http://www.nanomarkets.net to learn more. About NanoMarkets: NanoMarkets analyzes the impact of nanotechnology on both established and emerging markets with a focus on the realms of communications, IT, semiconductors, bio-medical and energy. The firm provides market research reports, customized industry analyses and general market commentary for companies looking to capitalize on nanotechnology-based opportunities.