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Monday 28th February 2011
The firm’s devices include the “world’s first normally-off SiC JFET” targeted at solar inverters, power conversion, uninterruptible power supplies and high temp harsh environments.
Friday 25th February 2011
The surface mount TO-252 D-Pak device can enable smaller, lower cost, and more efficient solar power micro-inverters.
Friday 25th February 2011
Kyma says its tool is the first that is capable of direct insertion into existing LED and power device production and can grow other GaN related alloys such as InGaN and AlGaN.
Thursday 24th February 2011
The MOCVD system will be used for research on As/P/Sb based materials grown on silicon substrates for electronics and photonics research applications.
Thursday 24th February 2011
The company offers a viable, commercial-scale solution to energy losses associated with high-voltage power conversion and has been backed by leading venture capital firms including Google Venture.
Wednesday 23rd February 2011
New advances promising an unsurpassed quality of light, will dramatically simplify the design process for LED solutions and mark the beginning of the end of colour bin charts for white LEDs.
Wednesday 23rd February 2011
The highly integrated DOTFIVE chips-set includes all required circuitry and the technology could be a key driver in the THz imaging, security, medical and scientific markets.
Tuesday 22nd February 2011
Strategies Unlimited says LED luminaire design, not performance, was the primary concern for the lighting market in 2010. Solid-state lighting is expected to become the key market driver in 2014.
Tuesday 22nd February 2011
The Taiwanese LED chip maker is adding another two CRIUS II systems to its current set of CRIUS reactors and its G3 system used for GaAsInP applications.
Tuesday 22nd February 2011
Osram says displays using its LEDs produced using Thinfilm or ThinGaN technology raise image quality to new levels. Due to their small footprint, they remain undetected by observers through the black LED housing.
Tuesday 22nd February 2011
The LBR-30 retrofit lamp installs into track or recessed fixtures and is available in flood or wide flood distributions for flexibility.
Friday 18th February 2011
Leading global LED manufacturers are moving towards 8” sapphire substrates to make their devices.
Friday 18th February 2011
Strategies Unlimited says that growth rates among applications vary, but the global market for LED luminaires is expected to grow to $8.3 billion by 2014.
Friday 18th February 2011
With the acquisition of additional CIGSe equipment and ongoing R&D work, the firm is targeting 14% efficiency within the next 12 to 18 months.
Thursday 17th February 2011
The 3x2-inch and 8x3-inch reactors will be used for the manufacture of electronic devices and red LEDs.
Thursday 17th February 2011
Roled has awarded Future Lighting Solutions with “Outstanding Supplier for 2010”.
Wednesday 16th February 2011
While revenues losses were not reversed in 2010, companies in general managed to slow some growth. Profit margins returned to more traditional levels of four to six percent.
Wednesday 16th February 2011
Solyndra’s thin film CIGS solar modules have been installed on the rooftop of the plastic bottle recycling plant in Georgia.
Wednesday 16th February 2011
The III-V multi-junction solar cell provider has named semiconductor veteran Nelson Fan as General Manager for Asia.
Wednesday 16th February 2011
With results confirmed by NREL, Solar Junction says that with double the efficiency of traditional photovoltaics, the CPV sector is entering a high-growth period.
Tuesday 15th February 2011
Since Fox Group is not making silicon carbide wafers or devices, it wants the public to benefit from its technology by the industry licensing its patents.
Tuesday 15th February 2011
The firm’s PowerSmart Platform and WiFi front end modules support Samsung’s next-generation 3G/4G devices.
Tuesday 15th February 2011
The system will be used to create high quality carbon nanotubes and graphene thin films for a project on electronic textiles. These are fabrics that enable computing, digital components and electronics to be embedded in them.
Monday 14th February 2011
The Russian city of Kazan requires two-thirds less energy thanks to Ledel’s efficient street lighting powered by Osram LEDs.