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Tuesday 8th November 2011
The reactor, optimised for cost effective LED manufacturing, is configured so that the only part that needs to be exchanged is the susceptor plate. What’s more, only very minor process tuning factors need to be applied to transfer processes from CRIUS II-L to the new platform.
Tuesday 8th November 2011
Third-party testing of the Cree LR24 luminaries against the proposed linear fluorescent found that the LED luminaires emitted 44 percent less heat. The LEDs also contributed a 15 degree rise in ambient temperature rather than the 25 degree increase from the fluorescents when compared to a baseline of no lighting.
Monday 7th November 2011
The firms have successfully completed, what they say, is the world's first Terabit optical transmission based on 500 Gigabit per second (Gb/s) super-channels using indium phosphide based devices.
Monday 7th November 2011
The firm’s gallium arsenide based multi-junction solar cells will be used in a spaceship which is to orbit the moon.
Monday 7th November 2011
The project, which involves the use of the firm’s cadmium telluride solar modules, will support local businesses and boost the economy in Western Australia.
Monday 7th November 2011
Robert Chau will also be presenting on “Integration of silicon CMOS with III-Vs.”
Monday 7th November 2011
The firm has however postponed the commissioning of its cadmium telluride solar cell Vietnam factory although total production throughput is expected to reach 70 MW/line annually by the end of 2012.
Friday 4th November 2011
The firm has accepted orders for tools to grow III-V and II-VI compound semiconductors and nitrides for use in optoelectronics and for use in research and development.
Friday 4th November 2011
The III-V compound semiconductor solar cell has broken efficiency barriers.
Friday 4th November 2011
The deal expands Power Integrations’ product portfolio ; it drives sales for leading silicon carbide manufacturers in USA, China, Taiwan, Japan, Korea and India.
Thursday 3rd November 2011
Apart from being used for gallium nitride research for solid state lighting applications, the CCS will provide a teaching facility for school students in becoming familiar with MOCVD technology.
Thursday 3rd November 2011
The new street lighting family, the “BEKA LEDlume” uses LEDs provided by Osram Opto Semiconductors.
Thursday 3rd November 2011
Skyworks says it is providing the first multimode, multiband solutions supporting all leading baseband architectures, meeting customer needs for size and performance.
Wednesday 2nd November 2011
This highlights the viability of the firm’s distinctive manufacturing process which has enabled the production of low cost, high efficiency, flexible solar cells on a volume scale.
Wednesday 2nd November 2011
According to “The Global and China LED Industry Report, 2010-2011”, since Veeco launched the K465I in the Chinese market, its revenue soared 230%, putting a great deal of pressure on Aixtron.
Wednesday 2nd November 2011
First Solar says the first AZ Sun facility generates power for 4,200 APS customers.
Tuesday 1st November 2011
Strategy Analytics’ latest report says that 6-inch GaAs epitaxial substrates will be the most prevalent, accounting for slightly more than 80 percent of total device demand over the 2010 to 2015 period.
Tuesday 1st November 2011
The firm is now ramping up to volume production and when the plant is fully operational, it will be capable of producing 30,000,000 TIE of sapphire material annually.
Tuesday 1st November 2011
These low cost highly efficient LEDs are designed for compact lighting applications such as candelabras and retrofit lamps.
Tuesday 1st November 2011
The Oslon SSL LEDs in red, orange and yellow employ a new indium gallium aluminium phosphide chip technology.
Monday 31st October 2011
The project, which supports the Korean government’s LED lighting penetration goals, will support the illumination of the Sheraton hotel in Seoul’s D-Cube city.
Friday 28th October 2011
The worldwide mobile phone market grew 12.8% year over year in the third quarter of 2011 (3Q11), as smartphone growth declined in key mature markets. According to the International Data Corporation (IDC) Worldwide Mobile Phone Tracker, vendors shipped 393.7 million units in 3Q11 compared to 348.9 million units in the third quarter of 2010. However, the 12.8% growth was higher than IDC's forecast of 9.3% for the quarter and stronger than the 9.8% growth in 2Q11.
Friday 28th October 2011
The plant will cover the electricity needs of more than 6000 households and save about 11,800 tonnes of CO2 emissions annually.
Friday 28th October 2011
Factors affecting the size of the loss include the firm’s ability to move production to other locations, incrementally increase production at other facilities, and utilise existing inventory to meet customers' needs.