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Monday 30th November 2009
Semiconductor simulation technology has been developed to enable scientists to predict the performance of transistors in future integrated circuits.
Friday 27th November 2009
DURHAM, N.C., OCTOBER 29, 2009 — Today, at the annual Cree (Nasdaq: CREE) shareholder meeting, Cree Chairman and CEO Chuck Swoboda demonstrated an A—lamp LED light bulb with the highest lumen output and efficacy reported in the industry. The bulb produces 969 lumens at an impressive 102 lumens per watt, which is the light output equivalent to a 65—watt incandescent bulb, yet it uses only 9.5 watts.For more information go to: http://www.cree.com/press/press_detail.asp?i=1256831733036
Friday 27th November 2009
DURHAM, N.C., OCTOBER 27, 2009 - Cree, Inc. (Nasdaq: CREE), a market leader in LED lighting, is redefining expectations of lighting class LEDs with the addition of new 100+ lumen XLamp XP LEDs to the company's line of XLamp LEDs. This addition shifts Cree's entire XLamp portfolio of lighting—class LEDs into the 100+ lumen range, at 350 mA.For more information go to: http://www.cree.com/press/press_detail.asp?i=1256648891506
Friday 27th November 2009
DURHAM, N.C., OCTOBER 21, 2009 - Cree, Inc. (Nasdaq: CREE), a market leader in LED lighting, extends its lighting-class LED leadership into PLCC LEDs with the commercial availability of the new XLamp MX-6 LED. The MX-6 LED offers the performance and reliability that customers expect from Cree XLamp LEDs with enhanced light uniformity and low power consumption.For more information go to: http://www.cree.com/press/press_detail.asp?i=1256132647763
Friday 27th November 2009
Semiconductor research at two universities has led to silicon nanowires being grown vertically to help meet the requirements of Moore's law.
Thursday 26th November 2009
Semiconductor spin injection has now been achieved for silicon at a temperature higher than previously recorded.
Wednesday 25th November 2009
The strong semiconductor capabilities of copper have led to one company increasing its manufacturing of copper wire to support industry demand.
Wednesday 25th November 2009
sim4tec announces the release of its new OLED simulation software SimOLED, version 2.0. The software now comes with two modules for electrical and optical simulations of OLED key figures.
Wednesday 25th November 2009
Silicon has been widely used across the semiconductor industry, including in PV applications, but a number of research projects are underway to discover elements that could prove to be more efficient, lowering manufacturing costs.
Wednesday 25th November 2009
CIP Technologies, a company with a long history of photonics innovation, has released a combined modulation and photodetection transducer capable of working at up to 60 GHz - a world first.
Wednesday 25th November 2009
Infineon and Nokia announce collaboration to develop LTE solutions
Wednesday 25th November 2009
Seoul Semiconductor issued 6.9 million shares at 33.565 dollars per share for a total of $232 million dollars and Seoul Optodevice issued 2.7 million shares at 5.870 dollars per share for a total of $16 million dollars.
Tuesday 24th November 2009
Silicon used in semiconductors could be replaced by graphenes because of qualities including being impermeable to gases.
Tuesday 24th November 2009
Foundries still face challenges despite strong fourth quarter
Monday 23rd November 2009
The LED semiconductor market is currently enjoying greater financial security and indicates a move to solid-state lighting, a new report has noted.
Monday 23rd November 2009
Semiconductor market declines less than expected in 2009
Monday 23rd November 2009
MEMC expands solar reach with acquisition
Friday 20th November 2009
IQE appoints Adrian Meldrum as Group Business Development Director
Friday 20th November 2009
Defective semiconductor carbon nanotubes could have increased charge storage capabilities which can be used in the personal electronics market.
Friday 20th November 2009
Plasma-Therm announced today the opening of a sales and service center in Grenoble, France to support the Nextral product line. The new facility will act as a technical support location, training center and offer upgrade and retrofit demonstrations to Nextral equipment users worldwide.
Friday 20th November 2009
HUIZHOU,CHINA, NOVEMBER 9, 2009 - Cree, Inc. (Nasdaq: CREE), a market leader in LED lighting, announces an agreement to purchase a 592,000—square—foot facility in Huizhou, Guangdong Province, China. The facility will be Cree's first chip—production facility outside of North America and is targeted to also house future components manufacturing expansion.For more information go to: http://www.cree.com/press/press_detail.asp?i=1257776850124
Thursday 19th November 2009
CRAIC Technologies, the leading innovator of UV-visible-NIR microspectroscopy solutions for science and industry, announced Windows7 compatibility of its MINERVA microspectrometer control and spectral analysis software.
Wednesday 18th November 2009
The miniaturisation of semiconductors could benefit from new Cornell University research which saw a silicon structure move up to 12 nanometres.
Wednesday 18th November 2009
3S PHOTONICS - formerly Alcatel Optronics and Avanex France - which carries out 95% of its turnover abroad, consolidates a healthy financial position.