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Tuesday 18th December 2012
The firm's gallium nitride on silicon LEDs have been honoured in the SSL category
Monday 17th December 2012
The process, developed by Toshiba and Bridgelux, will be used to produce chips manufactured from gallium nitride on 200mm silicon wafers
Monday 17th December 2012
The CEO of the III-V fibre laser and amplifier manufacturer continues to beneficially own 15 percent of IPG Photonics common stock
Friday 14th December 2012
The firm's latest cadmium telluride Series 3 module is the latest milestone on the First Solar's cost-efficiency roadmap
Thursday 13th December 2012
The manufacturer of III-V high-power fibre lasers and amplifiers is rewarding its stock holders as business is booming
Thursday 13th December 2012
The innovator of patented phosphors and phosphor components used in LED lighting has taken on Warren C Jenson. He has been involved in scaling some of the most important success stories of the last two decades
Wednesday 12th December 2012
A new silicon germanium device is the second in a series of devices aimed at accelerating the propagation of the next-generation Wi-Fi standard
Wednesday 12th December 2012
The III-V based devices support multiple format frequency transport in a single platform for C, X, Ku, and Ka-band applications
Tuesday 11th December 2012
The patents of the British designer and manufacturer of smart LED lighting solutions are now mostly granted in Europe and are moving to the Chinese market
Tuesday 11th December 2012
The laser diode manufacturer's Notes will be exchangeable into shares of common stock of the company
Tuesday 11th December 2012
It is alleged that members of Opnext and its board breached their fiduciary duties to Opnext stockholders by entering into the merger agreement
Tuesday 11th December 2012
The firm has appointed former VP and COO Mike Barrow to push gallium nitride technology for power device applications
Monday 10th December 2012
The company's in-house engineers reveal the process behind longer-lasting LED replacement lamps
Monday 10th December 2012
Boocock will lead the company's efforts to extend its indium phosphide PIC technology into the next-generation data centre interconnect market
Friday 7th December 2012
MBE specialist and mid-infrared laser diode manufacturer Brolis Semiconductors officially opened their new MBE and laser diode production facility. The ceremony was led by H. E. The President of Lithuania Ms. Dalia Grybauskaite, who gave an opening speech, followed by the speeches from the co-founders of the company – Vizbaras brothers, TU Munich professor Markus-Christian Amann, HE Prime Minister of :Lithuania Mr. Andrius Kubilius, and the managing partner of the venture capital fund LitCapital, Mr. Sarunas Siugzda.
Friday 7th December 2012
Company founder and President Richard Distl sold Instrument Systems GmbH, established in 1986, to Konica Minolta Optics, Inc. The subsidiary company Optronik Berlin GmbH is also included in the sale.
Friday 7th December 2012
The US firm's new packaging system broadens array performance at the same time as reducing the cost of LED lighting
Friday 7th December 2012
The company has been recognised for creating technology innovations in green technology
Friday 7th December 2012
The company says its latest multi-deposition systems are ideal for both small scale production and R&D prototyping for nanomaterials research
Thursday 6th December 2012
X-ray laser research has advanced the analysis of compound semiconductors and many other materials
Wednesday 5th December 2012
Johnson Matthey have confirmed they will be Gold sponsors at the Compound Semiconductor industry's premier international event, CS International, which will held in Frankfurt, Germany on 4th & 5th March 2013.
Wednesday 5th December 2012
Indium gallium arsenide is one of the several promising semiconductors being studied to replace silicon
Tuesday 4th December 2012
The firm's process for lift-off compound semiconductor applications improves uniformity. It is also claimed to deliver up to 40 percent reduction in material consumption