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Tuesday 18th October 2011
In light of anticipated strong growth in the demand for gallium, the new source will enable the companies to strengthen their supply chains.
Tuesday 18th October 2011
With an order book of €19.3 million, Riber is forecasting around €29 million in full-year revenues.
Tuesday 18th October 2011
The firm’s new Micro SM4 features the latest technical advancements in epitaxial gallium nitride layer growth, LED chip design and packaging technologies.
Tuesday 18th October 2011
In the past two years, more than 20 solar and wind companies have announced expansions or relocations to the state
Tuesday 18th October 2011
For its first quarter of fiscal 2012, ended September 25, 2011, the LED innovator’s revenues hardly changed compared to the same time last year.
Sunday 16th October 2011
Microsemi has taken control of Zarlink's board and operations and will shortly acquire all remaining Zarlink shares not tendered by way of compulsory acquisition under the Canada Business Corporations Act.
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Saturday 15th October 2011
Solar Chile has teamed up with the cadmium telluride solar panel maker to transform Chile into the first country in Latin America to generate solar energy at competitive prices.
Saturday 15th October 2011
The foundation of the new site is a former Hitachi semiconductor factory and offers a clean room area of up to 4,000m².
Friday 14th October 2011
The advanced technology will help determine root cause analysis of defects in gallium nitride grown on sapphire substrates.
Friday 14th October 2011
Physicists have developed lasers composed of a gallium arsenide membrane and indium arsenide quantum dots which mimic the nanostructure of bird feathers
Friday 14th October 2011
The new tool gives Singulus access to a new field of operations in thin-film photovoltaics and adds another production stage to its range of processing systems for the manufacture of CIGS/CIS cells.
Friday 14th October 2011
The firm has bought the indium phosphide based PIC product innovator for an estimated $39.2 million.
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Thursday 13th October 2011
The US-based provider of digital optical communications systems has successfully used its DTN platform, which feature indium phosphide PICs, to complete the world's first transpacific 100 Gigabit subsea trial.
Thursday 13th October 2011
Compared to their previous work which demonstrated pulsed laser operation, the French IES group have incorporated in the laser a layer which has a dual function as an etch-stop and an ohmic contact layer.
Thursday 13th October 2011
TriQuint’s new amplifiers are suited for public safety, 3G/4G wireless base station transceivers, remote radio heads, point-to-point microwave links and satellite communications terminal applications.
Wednesday 12th October 2011
Revenue is however expected to fall to $15.3 B in 2015 although the dip will be temporary, as lighting will take over as the engine for growth after 2015.
Wednesday 12th October 2011
The Quantum Cascade Laser (QCL)-based solution, which is composed of III-V compound semiconductors, is claimed to offer warfighters the most mature aircraft protection available in an open architecture package.
Wednesday 12th October 2011
The firm’s compact gallium nitride on silicon carbide switches handle up to 40 W CW and the firm says they set new standards in solid-state performance for use in defence and aerospace applications.
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Wednesday 12th October 2011
Nanosolar thin film solar printing delivers affordable energy for America's military bases.
Wednesday 12th October 2011
The firm’s ultra-high colour rendering Decor is optimised for demanding applications such as retail, hospitality, museums and high-end architectural lighting.
Wednesday 12th October 2011
The firm’s lighting-class XLamp XP-G LED which now delivers 140 lumens per watt is currently in production.
Wednesday 12th October 2011
Hittite’s low noise gallium arsenide MMIC performs divide-by-1 and divide-by-3 functionality to 13 GHz.
Tuesday 11th October 2011
The epitaxially grown aluminium indium nitride technology will allow the firm to further develop next generation high power, very high-frequency RF components.
Tuesday 11th October 2011
Imec’s silicon germanium integrated CMOS circuit showed no significant deterioration after MEMS processing.

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