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Thursday 30th August 2012
CS International are pleased to announce Gregg Wallace, Managing Director of Ferrotec – Temescal has been confirmed as a guest speaker for the Compound Semiconductor industry's premier international event, CS International, which will held in Frankfurt, Germany on 4th & 5th March 2013, his presentation will focus on Fundamental E-Beam Coating Collection Efficiency & Paths to Improvement.
Thursday 30th August 2012
LED innovator Cree has expanded its product family and is now offering epitaxially grown silicon carbide wafers of 150mm (almost 6 inches) diameter
Wednesday 29th August 2012
The tool will be used to manufacture gallium arsenide based devices
Wednesday 29th August 2012
Europe has historically fuelled strong year-end PV demand but Q4’12 will represent a transition phase within the PV industry to the APAC region
Tuesday 28th August 2012
The 3x2” MOCVD CCS reactor will be used for the growth of gallium arsenide solid state lasers and III-V materials on silicon
Friday 24th August 2012
A new report finds that some electronic companies are shifting their focus from high-end solar panels and other such devices to consumer gadgets. One of these is Ascent Solar, who expects its CIGS revenues from consumer electronics will be between 70 and 80 percent of the company's future sales
Thursday 23rd August 2012
Although potential oversupply for sapphire substrates used in the LED industry is looming, the market should self correct as many new entrants scale or pull back projects
Thursday 23rd August 2012
The new model, based on gallium arsenide technology, is suited to high speed photography
Wednesday 22nd August 2012
Demand for gallium arsenide substrates is expected to increase in 2012
Wednesday 22nd August 2012
For the first time, global installations exceeded 13 GW in the first half of 2012, with the German and Americas markets leading PV growth
Wednesday 22nd August 2012
The supplier of laser micromachining tools will ship several of its new IX-6100-MD laser systems to a prominent LED manufacturer in Asia in Q3 2012
Tuesday 21st August 2012
The contract will support the U.S. military for high-power solid- state gallium nitride devices
Tuesday 21st August 2012
Oxford Instruments’ ion beam Optofab3000 system will be used to deposit 0.63 µm to 1.12 µm III-V semiconductor layer structures
Thursday 16th August 2012
The Chinese university will use the 3 x 2-inch wafer CCS reactor to grow gallium nitride materials for UV and white LEDs
Wednesday 15th August 2012
CS International are pleased to announce Thomas Uhrmann, Business Development Manager - EV Group( EVG) has been confirmed as a guest speaker for the Compound Semiconductor industry's premier international event, CS International, which will held in Frankfurt, Germany on 4th & 5th March 2013, his presentation will focus on Wafer-level Packaging of Compound Semiconductor Devices.
Wednesday 15th August 2012
Demand for lighter, smaller, cheaper and more efficient systems jump starts an evolution of new semiconductor technologies using silicon carbide
Tuesday 14th August 2012
The reactor will be used for the MOCVD growth of 6" gallium nitride on silicon power devices
Tuesday 14th August 2012
The firm has secured funding to develop portable systems in warfighters using its aluminium gallium nitride LED technology
Tuesday 14th August 2012
The global SiC semiconductor devices’ market revenue is estimated to be roughly $218 million in 2012 and forecasted to reach $5.34 billion by the end of 2022
Monday 13th August 2012
The firm is releasing its EnerPlex for the Galaxy S III following the successful debut of EnerPlex for the Apple iPhone 4
Monday 13th August 2012
The firm's ultra-high efficiency power amplifiers support the highly anticipated LTE version of Samsung's Galaxy S3 smartphone
Monday 13th August 2012
Non-residential building mount applications now account for more than 36 percent of PV projects
Friday 10th August 2012
The order is for several systems for vacuum coating, selenisation and wet-chemical processing from South African university spin off PTIP
Friday 10th August 2012
The firm has been granted four patents related to "Chip-in-Fixture" technology which promises to lower LED fixture costs to below that of fluorescent lighting. This is hoped to pave the way to making LED the dominant lighting choice