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Monday 5th March 2012
The receivers employ indium phosphide integration technology to deliver reliability and are one of the first receiver solutions to package a signal power monitor diode
Friday 2nd March 2012
The partnership is designed to save tax and increase safety by installing innovative, efficient LED lighting
Friday 2nd March 2012
The partnership involves the use of Emcore’s III-V multi-junction solar cells. Suncore has begun production of the modules for the solar farm
Friday 2nd March 2012
The company’s gallium nitride technology provides significant advantages for high-data-rate wireless links, radars and active sensors over other conventional products
Friday 2nd March 2012
Oclaro's new family of intra-node amplifiers use the firm’s uncooled compact pumps and dual-chip 980 nm pump lasers based on III-V compound semiconductors
Friday 2nd March 2012
Southwest Solar Technologies and MaxQ Power Conversion LLC are collaborating to drive the commercialisation of SST's compound semiconductor solar power technology
Friday 2nd March 2012
The two automotive giants are fitting CIGS solar panels at their car factories
Thursday 1st March 2012
The EVG 301 will be used to remove particles from the surfaces of pre-bonded III-V compound semiconductors including gallium indium arsenide phosphide on silicon wafers for use in ICs
Wednesday 29th February 2012
The firm is ceasing production of its first-generation CdTe solar modules and 180 jobs will be temporarily slashed. This is in order to accelerate the changes needed for the production launch of its next generation high-efficiency module
Wednesday 29th February 2012
The firm will use the system to mass produce ultra-high brightness blue and white LEDs
Wednesday 29th February 2012
The next-generation devices include a highly anticipated LTE smartphone that will feature multiple variants of RFMD's family of ultra-high efficiency WCDMA and 4G LTE power amplifiers
Wednesday 29th February 2012
By reducing the variation of the luminous flux in the LED at elevated temperatures, it is now possible to retain a virtually constant luminous efficacy at high application temperatures
Wednesday 29th February 2012
The indium phosphide PIC provider held the number one market share position in this sector
Wednesday 29th February 2012
The firm's X10 offers a modular approach for luminaire designs from 1,100 lumens to 55,000 lumens and can be used in a variety of different shapes and sizes
Tuesday 28th February 2012
The firm is shipping production volumes of its indium gallium phosphide fourth generation HELP4 modules and dual-band third generation HELP3E power amplifiers to Samsung Electronics
Tuesday 28th February 2012
Together with Japan’s New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organisation (NEDO ) the firm has achieved 17.8% aperture area efficiency on a 30cm x 30cm CPV submodule
Tuesday 28th February 2012
The firm will build a 250kW solar energy system as part of "net-zero" initiative at the National Historic Landmark in Arizona
Tuesday 28th February 2012
The CdTe thin-film producer has manufactured a module with an efficiency of 13.4 percent and has secured financing for the year 2012
Monday 27th February 2012
IBM's silicon germanium chipset expertise will enable low cost, high-performance 70/80 GHz transmission products
Monday 27th February 2012
The plant, based on First Solar's cadmium telluride modules, will meet the annual electricity needs of more than 5,100 homes
Tuesday 21st February 2012
The firm now has the right to manufacture, support and advance the CIGS equipment technology previously sold by Veeco
Tuesday 21st February 2012
TriQuint says it's gallium arsenide based amplifiers offer mix-and-match two-band combinations. This gives mobile device manufacturers a flexible, high-performance platform that speeds up time to market
Tuesday 21st February 2012
The firm's devices incorporating gallium arsenide HBTs, deliver design flexibility for 2G, 3G and 4G mobile devices
Monday 20th February 2012
Five European installations contribute up to 76 percent in savings. The completed installations which will showcase sustainable U.S. building products are expected to be unveiled throughout 2012