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Thursday 29th April 2004
Vishay Semiconductor will be able to manufacture and sell white InGaN-based LEDs, thanks to a licensing agreement with Osram.
Wednesday 28th April 2004
Trikon undergoes further reorganization in a bid to improve its financial standing
Tuesday 27th April 2004
Despite the strong wireless market and increasing revenue, Anadigics continues to make a hefty loss.
Tuesday 27th April 2004
Osram Opto Semiconductors says that its red LED has a record high efficiency.
Monday 26th April 2004
Veeco enjoys more success in Asia, as a Chinese HB-LED manufacturer orders $10 million worth of MOCVD kit.
Friday 23rd April 2004
TriQuint has reported a small profit for the first quarter of 2004 and increased its prediction for this year’s total revenue.
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Thursday 22nd April 2004
The Japanese companies Nichia and Sony are to extend their collaboration by sharing intellectual property relating to GaN-based blue-violet laser diodes.
Thursday 22nd April 2004
LED lighting specialist Color Kinetics files for an IPO, Motorola enjoys strong semiconductor and cell phone handset sales, and RFMD acquires a specialist Bluetooth company.
Thursday 22nd April 2004
Revenue falls at France-based MBE specialist Riber, but the company has acquired component supplier Addon.
Wednesday 21st April 2004
Sirenza Microdevices, a fabless supplier of RF components, has reported encouraging financial results for its first fiscal quarter of 2004.
Tuesday 20th April 2004
A new red-laser format promises up to 135 minutes of compressed high-definition video on a dual-layer disc.
Tuesday 20th April 2004
LED production continues to ramp up in Asia, Sony develops technology for mass-production of Blu-ray discs, and Unaxis restructures its semiconductor activities.
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Tuesday 20th April 2004
Following a strategic realignment, RF Micro Devices is expecting its annual revenue to exceed $1 billion within three years.
Monday 19th April 2004
Nichia’s president is reported as saying that the company is not considering an out-of-court settlement with Shuji Nakamura over GaN LED patents.
Friday 16th April 2004
The LED and RF device manufacturer has reported revenue of $77.1 million in its most recent quarter, and a profit of $15.1 million.
Friday 16th April 2004
Kopin sees steady demand for its III-V products, Princeton Lightwave buys a product line from OFS Optics, and APA Optics sells some of its optics manufacturing segment.
Thursday 15th April 2004
Planar integrated optics specialist Gemfire has acquired technology relating to InGaAs-on-silicon avalanche photodiodes from Nova Crystals.
Wednesday 14th April 2004
Using its InP HBT process, Vitesse Semiconductor has set an industry record of 152 GHz for static frequency divider circuits.
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Tuesday 13th April 2004
GaN-based device developer Nitronex has wrapped up a $6 million funding round and appointed an acting CEO.
Tuesday 13th April 2004
A GaAs crystal is a fundamental part of a first step towards wireless communication at terahertz frequencies.
Tuesday 13th April 2004
The market analyst company Strategy Analytics says that Eudyna Devices can leapfrog its rivals to challenge the likes of RF Micro Devices and TriQuint.
Thursday 8th April 2004
The component manufacturer says that its sales figures will come in at the top end of its previously-announced guidance.
Wednesday 7th April 2004
Spectrolab’s multi-junction solar cells are inducted into the Space Technology Hall of Fame, Nokia drops a bombshell, DVD optical pick-up prices drop in Asia and white LEDs are boosted by increasing sales of megapixel camera phones.
Tuesday 6th April 2004
Within two weeks of announcing its intentions, Cree has acquired ATMI’s GaN group for $10.25 million in cash.

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