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Wednesday 23rd March 2011
Initial applications are expected in the retrofit bulb market .The high voltage LED uses rectified AC and eliminates the need for a DC electronic driver.
Tuesday 22nd March 2011
The new CdTe solar module manufacturing facility about 25 kilometres north of Ho Chi Minh City, will add more than 250MW in PV manufacturing capacity.
Tuesday 22nd March 2011
Strategy Analytics latest report “Battery Life and Ease of Use Most Important Factors for New Phone Buyers,” assesses the importance of 18 high-level factors that cellphone consumers consider when purchasing.
Monday 21st March 2011
The Chinese based JV has ordered a number of Veeco’s K465i systems for its Jining City facility.
Monday 21st March 2011
Strategy Analytics says although RFMD and Skyworks have reported decreasing quarterly revenue growth, results from some CS wafer suppliers were very strong, boding well for growth throughout 2011.
Thursday 17th March 2011
The Chinese LED chip manufacturer has ordered two AIX 2800G4 HT and three AIX G5 HT deposition systems.
Thursday 17th March 2011
The devices are expected to deliver excellent high temperature performance with junction temperatures approaching 300 °C.
Thursday 17th March 2011
Strategy Analytics says that the US market for Nokia smartphones is set for recovery while demand for Samsung products continues to increase.
Thursday 17th March 2011
By combining copper, zinc, tin, and sulphur or selenium, all abundant and low cost elements, the University of Luxembourg has produced a solar cell with 6.1 % efficiency.
Thursday 17th March 2011
According to Strategy Analytics, both Qualcomm and Samsung registered triple-digit unit shipment growth in 2010, despite their contrasting approaches to the smartphone applications processor market.
Thursday 17th March 2011
The new factory will create 600 jobs and create an annual production of more than 250MW.
Wednesday 16th March 2011
The development should allow operators, systems integrators and OEMs to deploy a single platform to handle all of their optical transport needs over the industry's widest frequency range.
Tuesday 15th March 2011
XsunX will initially provide Globe Future with baseline production system, and an additional 30 MW CIGSolar production system to produce CIGSolar cells.
Tuesday 15th March 2011
The peak value of 142 lm/W measured under standard conditions is achieved at a colour perception that very closely matches that of a classic incandescent lamp.
Tuesday 15th March 2011
Both GaN on silicon devices have many times superior switching performance compared to similar state-of-the-art silicon-based power MOSFETs. Both devices also have low on resistance and are smaller than silicon devices with similar resistance.
Tuesday 15th March 2011
The firm’s SnapLED now has ‘build out of the box’ capability for automotive applications and is designed to significantly reduce engineering and development costs.
Monday 14th March 2011
The expanded centre will house five labs. One of these will be The Wafer Process Lab (WPL), which serves the advanced material and compound semiconductor markets.
Monday 14th March 2011
The companies hope to provide one-stop shopping and enhanced value to their customers, from boule-grinding, slicing, and orientation-fixing, through to mechanical polishing and CMP.
Friday 11th March 2011
The two systems were shipped to both government research and commercial entities and will be instrumental in the development of compound semiconductor device performance characterisation in Asia.
Friday 11th March 2011
Strong equipment backlog reflects optimism of tier 1 PV producers and a new cycle of investment in emerging thin-film technologies such as CIGS.
Thursday 10th March 2011
The firm will build a new 200MW CPV manufacturing facility which uses its III-V multijunction solar cell technology, in the San Diego region.
Wednesday 9th March 2011
One of the technologies Alta is developing is ’epitaxial lift off ’which will enable efficient use of very thin layers of gallium arsenide for solar PV applications.
Wednesday 9th March 2011
The firm has demonstrated what it says is the industry's first commercial grade performance for a silicon-based LED. Optimisation of the epitaxy process on 8-inch silicon wafers will make LED manufacturing compatible with existing automated semiconductor lines.
Wednesday 9th March 2011
Although crystalline silicon solar cells continue to be the primary technology, it is followed by strong momentum of cadmium telluride (CdTe) and copper indium gallium selenide (CIGS) technologies.