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Friday 22nd July 2011
austriamicrosystems AG today announced the completion of the transaction to acquire 100% of the shares in Texas Advanced Optoelectronic Solutions, Inc.
Thursday 21st July 2011
Osram Opto Semiconductors says its new infrared III-V CHIPLEDs are ideal for small and medium size touch displays.
Thursday 21st July 2011
Twenty-four Cree XLamp MC-E LEDs are used in Magnalight’s light bar which is designed for boating and sailing applications.
Thursday 21st July 2011
The fledgling firm is focussed on identifying exceptionally talented entrepreneurs to significantly improve the world and help them realise their ambitions
Wednesday 20th July 2011
The gallium arsenide based solar cell pilot production plant will provide jobs for 256 people within five years in North Carolina.
Tuesday 19th July 2011
The firm’s latest amplifier is designed for 3G, 4G and LTE base stations.
Tuesday 19th July 2011
The MPAR system developed by both organisations has won an R&D 100 award and consolidates eight separate radar systems that currently perform four unique missions.
Tuesday 19th July 2011
This means that AWR’s customers have timely access to Mitsubishi Electric’s nonlinear gallium arsenide and gallium nitride based RF models.
Tuesday 19th July 2011
The firm has filed infringement lawsuits against Osram to eight LED patents related to use in a wide range of products including lighting, automobiles, projectors, cell phone screens, and televisions.
Tuesday 19th July 2011
The manufacturer of defect inspection, process control metrology, and data analysis systems and software used by compound semiconductor device manufacturers is offering convertible senior notes due 2016.
Friday 15th July 2011
The electronic industry award recognises best-in-class manufacturers from design collaboration to distribution. The firm’s products include next generation products based on gallium nitride technology.
Friday 15th July 2011
The firm has been recognised for its silicon carbide products used in grid-connected solar and wind energy applications.
Friday 15th July 2011
University of Manchester scientist made a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering for his work on MBE and compound semiconductors.
Thursday 14th July 2011
Sales have been driven by the optoelectronics market and gallium arsenide products for wireless devices and gallium nitride for the radar and wireless infrastructure markets.
Thursday 14th July 2011
The firm is defending its proprietary sapphire technology which it says is superior to that of GT Solar.
Thursday 14th July 2011
Vaunix has expanded its Lab Brick LMS series of USB-compatible synthesised signal generators with two new models which can test the 8 GHz to 20 GHz X-band. They have low phase noise, fast 100 microsecond switching time, and 100 Hz frequency resolution.
Wednesday 13th July 2011
The BCP-Series gallium arsenide based devices up to 26 GHz, are immediately available. The series also includes devices for wideband (6-18 GHz) or narrowband RF applications.
Wednesday 13th July 2011
The firm has taken on Vincent Pelliccia, who has 25 years of experience in the industry, as Senior Director Asia Pacific Sales.
Tuesday 12th July 2011
The firm has recently expanded its portfolio of LED manufacturing systems and applications whilst delivering the lowest cost of ownership.
Tuesday 12th July 2011
Graham Legett has previously worked for AEA Technology and NPL and will use his gas analysis expertise to address the critical needs to measure and curb emissions.
Tuesday 12th July 2011
The indium phosphide based PIC provider is expanding its sales force to support the company's success in the cable and key vertical markets.
Tuesday 12th July 2011
The strategic financing round is focussed on expanding Daylight’s core compound semiconductor QCL technology and manufacturing infrastructure for defence and commercial applications.
Monday 11th July 2011
Soh will initially be concentrating on mobile communications, in which he has broad industry experience, having worked for Motorola, Delphi and Fujitsu Microelectronics.
Monday 11th July 2011
The firm’s latest bulk specialty gas source systems, which can be used in compound semiconductor manufacturing, provide flow rates of up to 1,000 slpm.