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Wednesday 18th July 2012
Chinese analyst firm, Research in China, warns the nation's LED industry may not live up to expectations
Tuesday 17th July 2012
IMEC spin-off, EpiGaN, kick-starts six inch wafer production and eight inch development on Aixtron systems
Tuesday 17th July 2012
Second quarter revenues for Riber are less than half compared to same time last year, but order book has grown by 19%
Monday 16th July 2012
Griffith University researchers win Aus$1million from government and work with UK equipment maker, SPTS Technologies, to commercialise SiC-on-silicon production.
Friday 13th July 2012
A new agreement between the two organisations allows InfiniLED to develop devices from raw materials to full systems with the use of Tyndall's compound semiconductor cleanroom facilities
Friday 13th July 2012
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Friday 13th July 2012
Although Japan holds 72% of patents related to silicon carbide wafer growth, the US holds a larger proportion in terms of revenue
Thursday 12th July 2012
The firm's indium phosphide PIC based platform gives consumers the ability to use 100 Gigabit Ethernet services
Thursday 12th July 2012
The satellite is powered by Emcore's multijunction arsenide based solar cells and panels and has been launched and deployed
Wednesday 11th July 2012
The main growth drivers to this increase are styling, functionality and energy savings
Tuesday 10th July 2012
The AIX 2800G4 reactor will be used in the production of arsenide and phosphide high power lasers
Tuesday 10th July 2012
The firms are together using a novel epitaxy approach to increase productivity of gallium nitride LED wafers to accelerate the adoption of solid-state lighting
Tuesday 10th July 2012
The record breaking trial is a clear demonstration that coherent indium phosphide 100Gbps PM-QPSK transmission technology is tolerant to a very large range of impairments
Monday 9th July 2012
Three types of the silicon carbon power module are for home appliances, while two are for industrial devices such as inverters and servos
Friday 6th July 2012
IQE has received a $1.95 million order for III-V solar wafers from the current world record cell efficiency holder, Solar Junction. The cash will be used for two purposes ; $1 million for first production wafers, and the remainder for the optimisation of Solar Junction's triple-junction indium gallium arsenide cells
Thursday 5th July 2012
Apart from increasing its personnel, the company intends to use the equity funding to enhance its intellectual property and market its proprietary gallium nitride LED technology to initial customers
Thursday 5th July 2012
CS International are pleased to announce Dr Simon Fafard, Chief Technical Officer, Cyrium Technologies 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.
Thursday 5th July 2012
Evatec have confirmed they will be platinum sponsors at the Compound Semiconductor industry's premier international event, CS International, which will held in Frankfurt, Germany on 4h & 5th March 2013.
Thursday 5th July 2012
The MBE reactor will be used in the development of III-V epitaxial nanostructures for applications in nanoelectronics and photonics
Thursday 5th July 2012
The global consumption value of component-level LEDs in SSL general lighting applications will increase at 37% per year from 2011-2016. Between 2016-2021, the annual average growth rate will be even higher, at 51%
Wednesday 4th July 2012
Bulbs using the firm's new technology named “nPola,” require just a single LED
Wednesday 4th July 2012
The university has been awarded to develop the use of gallium nitride in electronics and solid state lighting
Tuesday 3rd July 2012
The company is expanding with a new facility and secures institutional investment while focusing on the final assembly of its patent pending CIGSolar technology
Tuesday 3rd July 2012
The company has conducted an LED manufacturing study and a new white paper explains how CHES technology and CHES furnaces are enabling sapphire growth companies to meet increasing demands