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Thursday 19th June 2003
Several law firms have announced the filing of class action lawsuits on behalf of investors that purchased securities in Cree in the period prior to June 13.
Thursday 19th June 2003
Several compound semiconductor suppliers, including Tegal, Aixtron and Unaxis Semiconductors, have been named in the top ten of VSLI's annual customer satisfaction survey.
Tuesday 17th June 2003
The Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA) has released a positive growth forecast for the global semiconductor market, while Soitec has applied for a key SOI patent to be reissued.
Tuesday 17th June 2003
Crystal IS has received funding from DARPA to participate in its Semiconductor Ultraviolet Optical Sources (SUVOS) program.
Friday 13th June 2003
Toshiba has announced two new process developments at the VLSI Symposium in Kyoto, Japan. One is a new gate dielectric, HfSiON, for 65 nm CMOS, while the other is the world's first embedded DRAM technology manufactured using SOI wafers.
Friday 13th June 2003
At the VSLI Symposium, UMC described the speed enhancement provided by strained-silicon technology, using wafers supplied by AmberWave, in its high performance CMOS foundry process.
Friday 13th June 2003
A former CEO of Cree is seeking $3 billion in damages against the company and its current chairman - who is also the plaintiff's brother.
Thursday 12th June 2003
Aixtron and ATMI have made new appointments, while MetroPhotonics and OMI have appointed sales channel partners.
Wednesday 11th June 2003
Cree Lighting Company and Boston University have filed a lawsuit against AXT alleging infringement of a patent relating to buffer layer technology for GaN growth.
Wednesday 11th June 2003
Gartner Dataquest’s annual look at who sits where in the market for wireless handset PAs reveals that RFMD and Skyworks are still outstripping the competition
Tuesday 10th June 2003
Vitesse Semiconductor is to acquire struggling Multilink Technology, a fabless supplier of digital and mixed signal ICs for optical communications in a stock-based deal.
Tuesday 10th June 2003
WIN Semiconductors, a Taiwanese GaAs IC foundry has formed a strategic alliance with RF Integration (Lowell, MA) to design and manufacture GaAs MMICs.
Tuesday 10th June 2003
GaN substrate specialist Kyma Technologies has completed a Series B funding round worth $4 million.
Monday 9th June 2003
Tsunami Photonics has acquired the PXI business of fellow Irish test company PXIT.
Monday 9th June 2003
Cree is set to become the first company to offer a foundry service for wide bandgap MMICs to customers in the US.
Friday 6th June 2003
Following its 2003 first quarter cellular handset sales numbers, Strategy Analytics has released its forecast for handset shipments in 2003 and beyond.
Friday 6th June 2003
Veeco has purchased the atomic force microscope probe business from NanoDevices, while Optolum and Anadigics have both been awarded patents.
Friday 6th June 2003
There continues to be rapid growth in the level of commercial and R&D activity in the gallium nitride field, according to a new report from Strategies Unlimited.
Friday 6th June 2003
Due to weaker demand from Asia and continued softness in telecom infrastructure markets, TriQuint has lowered its 2003 revenue estimate from at least $320 million to somewhere between $290 million and $310 million.
Wednesday 4th June 2003
Using material supplied by research partners Epichem and InPact, EpiWorks has demonstrated high quality GaAsSb.
Tuesday 3rd June 2003
Cree has introduced enhanced versions of its XBright and MegaBright products, as well as very thin LEDs for keypad backlighting.
Tuesday 3rd June 2003
Matheson Tri-Gas plans to double its manufacturing capacity for arsine and phosphine.
Tuesday 3rd June 2003
Earlier this year, Bookham Technology revealed how it would consolidate the manufacturing capabilities gained when it acquired various components businesses from Nortel and Marconi.
Monday 2nd June 2003
The F1.15 Compound Semiconductor subcommittee, organized by ASTM International, is looking for input to help provide test methods and practices to improve the productivity of the compound semiconductor industry worldwide.