Marktech Optoelectronics a privately-held designer and manufacturer of standard and custom optoelectronics components and assemblies, including UV, visible, near-infrared (NIR), and short wavelength infrared (SWIR) emitters, detectors, InP epiwafers and other materials, announces its dedicated offerings for wearables.
Dr Tiina Delmonte is involved in next generation technology projects in the UK and European Technology Consortium Programme; customer specific, foundry-based development projects; and production improvement projects for CST Global standard products.
• Milestone is result of successful expansion of capacity in Philips’ Ulm facility, which is projected to double its output in the next 18 months
• Continued strong rise in VCSEL demand and production, driven by factors such as widespread adoption of facial recognition technology in consumer smartphones and increased adoption of optical interconnects in data centers
• Global revenues for the VCSEL market are expected to increase to $3.5 billion in 2023
LASER COMPONENTS, a leading manufacturer of photovoltaic indium arsenide detectors releases IA35 heterostructure photodiode designed for allowing absorption of incident IR photons and generating electron hole pairs collected at external diodes offering a strong choice for many applications due to their high sensitivity, fast response, low noise and wide dynamic range.
AquiSense Technologies announces a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) between the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA), Washington University, and AquiSense Technologies.
Marktech Optoelectronics, a privately-held designer and manufacturer of standard and custom optoelectronics components and assemblies announces the global market introduction of the Model MTPD1346D-xx series, a family of InGaAs/InP broadband PIN photodiodes.
Seoul Semiconductor, has expanded its patent infringement litigation against Fry’s Electronics, Inc., a big-box consumer electronics retailer, in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas. Seoul asserts that top brand televisions being sold in Fry’s stores infringe 19 patents covering backlight lenses, backlight modules, LED chips, LED packages, and phosphors, as well as Seoul's WICOP technology.