Japan’s first LUXEON-based LED retrofit light bulb was delivered by Quantum Lighting & Future Lighting Solutions. The E26-Base LED bulb lasts 40,000 hours & uses 1/10 the energy of comparable incandescent bulbs.
Segner will present in the upcoming ‘Solar Technical Seminar’ in Valencia, Spain on 6 September 2010. He joins Veeco following a 30-year career in which he has distinguished himself as a leading expert in the field of thin film coating technology.
Plasma-Therm LLC, a global supplier of plasma etch and deposition process equipment, is pleased to announce that a leading manufacturer of high technology defense systems from the EMEA region has recently accepted delivery of a VERSALINE® RIE etch system.
Infineon’s Wireless Solutions (WLS) will operate as a standalone business serving its existing customers. It will also contribute to Intel’s strategy to make connected computing ubiquitous from smartphones to laptops to embedded computing.
Revenues in H1 2010 grew by 54% to £33.0m over H1 2009, primarily driven by strong demand for smartphone products during the first half of the year supported by accelerating growth in optoelectronic and advanced silicon components.
The firm is striving to improve sputtering target performance in its Thin Film Materials Lab equipped with specific sputtering tools and instrumentation for advanced testing and characterizations of thin film properties.
The semiconductor and solar capital equipment market veteran has previously held senior management positions at Applied Materials and Cymer. He will now focus on capital equipment in the Emerging Markets division.
With 24 years of experience and a winner of “Entrepreneur of the Year” award, Buckland has served on many public company boards. He has raised $175 million in private and public capital while starting nine companies and turned around seven companies.
The joint module uses Opticomp’s TRX-04-950-15 module which transmits (and receives) 40 Gb/s traffic over a single multimode fiber. The transceiver incorporates 4 VCSELs and 4 PIN photodiode detectors.
The new technology in optical fiber and semiconductor lasers offers lower loss, higher bandwidth and immunity to electromagnetic interference. It also boasts lighter weight, lower costs, and lower maintenance needs over traditional methods.
Rainer Knippelmeyer will oversee R&D and innovation management for all products. With many years of experience in various Carl Zeiss AG companies , his main focus will be on the creation of a cross-product technology roadmap within the SÜSS MicroTec group.
The new product identifies 1550nm calibrated wavelength signals as well as 800nm to 1700nm wavelength signals. The identifier boasts a five-stage display of signal intensity and two detachable InGaAs detectors.