Oclaro, a tier-one provider of innovative optical communications and laser solutions, today issued a statement regarding the impact on its operations of the Thailand flooding and also provided an update to its expectations for first quarter, fiscal year 2012 financial results which are consistent with guidance provided on July 28, 2011.
Aixtron today announced that its customer Infineon Technologies has reached the first stage in its plans to evaluate GaN-on-Si power HEMTs with the final acceptance of its new AIXTRON AIX G5 HT MOCVD reactor.
MiaSole, a manufacturer of copper indium gallium selenide (CIGS) thin-film photovoltaic solar panels, today announced its latest efficiency breakthrough at 13% is now in volume production at its facility in the Silicon Valley, California.
Bridgelux Inc., a developer and manufacturer of LED lighting technologies and solutions, today announced that it has closed an additional $15 million in financing raised specifically to further accelerate research, development, and scaling of the company's leading position in GaN-on-Silicon LED chip technologies, targeted for commercialization in 2013.
The manufacturer of equipment used in the development, design and manufacture of advanced electronic components, materials and coatings for research and industrial applications will concentrate on a number of applications including nanowires.
The RF3928 is a 50V 280W high power discrete gallium nitride amplifier designed for S-Band pulsed radar, Air Traffic Control and Surveillance (ATCS), and general purpose broadband amplifier applications.
The firm will also be investing in a capital increase of €10 million to finance 3S Photonics’ growth, for a total equity investment of €37 million by Eurazeo. Following the equity increase, Eurazeo will hold close to 83% of 3S Photonics’ capital.
The Hatch Solar Energy Centre’s Amonix CPV systems incorporate the world’s most efficient compound semiconductor multijunction solar cells and advanced optics to convert more sunlight into electricity than conventional solar photovoltaic panels
The US-based provider of digital optical communications systems has successfully used its DTN platform, which feature indium phosphide PICs, to complete the world's first transpacific 100 Gigabit subsea trial.
The Quantum Cascade Laser (QCL)-based solution, which is composed of III-V compound semiconductors, is claimed to offer warfighters the most mature aircraft protection available in an open architecture package.