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Wednesday 9th March 2011
The report, “Chinese Indium Strategies: Threats and Opportunities for Displays, Photovoltaics and Electronics,” indicates that high indium prices may force the conservative display industry to shift to ITO alternatives, especially those using nanomaterials.
Wednesday 9th March 2011
Smartphones are expected to make up 45.3% of all handsets shipped by 2015 and semiconductor revenue associated with accelerometers and/or gyros will exceed $300 million by 2014.
Wednesday 9th March 2011
Strategy Analytics says unless there is a serious commitment to deploying 3G and 4G networks and corresponding value added services, it is hard to see anything but long-term revenue stagnation for emerging market operators.
Wednesday 9th March 2011
Features in this issue include:
Tuesday 8th March 2011
The AIX 2800G4-R MOCVD system will be used for next generation production of vertical cavity surface emitting lasers (VCSELs)
Tuesday 8th March 2011
LUXEON power LEDs are lighting the world’s first ENERGY STAR qualified LED replacement for a 60-watt incandescent bulb.
Tuesday 8th March 2011
The 600 volt diodes using its patented EZ-GaNTM technology are ultra-efficient, compact and easy-to-embed, and cut energy lost by 20 percent.
Tuesday 8th March 2011
The French firm will use its IP and expertise in silicon, microelectronics and microsystems to expand the Alcatel-Lucent and Thales partnership in III-V Lab. The joint venture will target applications in telecoms, industrial control, environmental testing, defence, security and space.
Tuesday 8th March 2011
The Taiwanese firm is the first commercial customer to use XsunX’s breakthrough CIGSolar technology.
Monday 7th March 2011
The firm will convert and expand its chip manufacturing capabilities at its Penang and Regensburg plants and convert from 4 inch to 6 inch wafer production.
Monday 7th March 2011
European LED manufacturer Optogan welcomed Russia‘s President Dmitry Medvedev in the recently set up LED production plant in St. Petersburg.
Friday 4th March 2011
The firm claims it has achieved milestones that integrate GaAs and InGaP PV junctions using its standard six-inch semiconductor equipment.
Thursday 3rd March 2011
Strategy Analytics says the compound semiconductor industry will see further growth in the next few months and anticipates that Philips Lumileds, Finisar, JDSU and Oclaro will continue to benefit from market conditions.
Thursday 3rd March 2011
The diode which is suitable for 43Gbps RZ-DQPSK transmission has an InP-based modulator which effectively minimises device size and power consumption.
Thursday 3rd March 2011
The technology, which makes it possible to monolithically integrate a wide number of electronic and optoelectronic functions onto a single GaAs chip, is estimated to be worth over $1 billion.
Thursday 3rd March 2011
The latest addition to the firm’s “Free Light” Line of Products delivers high performance optical transmission using the DPSK modulation format and is InP based.
Wednesday 2nd March 2011
The firm is capitalising on consumers insatiable demand for mobile connectivity and social networking.
Tuesday 1st March 2011
The investment should advance developments of Alfalight’s laser technology for use in national security.
Tuesday 1st March 2011
The U.S. DOE is supporting Ascent’s FAB3 project which involves the construction of a manufacturing facility to address the potentially large BIPV and BAPV markets worldwide.
Monday 28th February 2011
The firm was awarded by the MDB Capital Group based on the novelty and industry impact of its innovative patent portfolio.
Monday 28th February 2011
The designer and manufacturer of high-performance radio frequency components and compound semiconductor technologies, is celebrating its 20th anniversary.
Monday 28th February 2011
Sales increased dramatically for Johnson Matthey’s advanced PureGuard hydrogen purifiers in 2010, thanks largely to continuing rapid growth of LED production in Taiwan and China.
Monday 28th February 2011
Veeco is looking forward to continuing to work with SAIT to commercialise this technology for high volume manufacturing of GaN-based power electronic devices.
Monday 28th February 2011
The order for sapphire crystallisation furnaces is from a new Asia-based customer.