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Monday 17th January 2011
The completed copper indium gallium di-selenide (CIGS) plant is expected to have a capacity of 300MW and create 500 jobs with a total investment of approximately $340 Million.
Monday 17th January 2011
Destined to replace silicon in high voltage (≥ 1200V) power electronic devices, Cree’s CMF20120D delivers 1200V blocking voltage and is claimed to have the lowest switching losses in its class.
Monday 17th January 2011
The plasma etch and deposition tools will be used for etching III-V materials in the development of low-voltage, energy-efficient tunnel transistors for computing applications.
Friday 14th January 2011
Strategy Analytics, in its latest report, says that the industries were sustained by material, equipment and product introductions.
Friday 14th January 2011
UK’s Daily Mail says Intel may purchase compound semiconductor wafer manufacturer IQE.
Thursday 13th January 2011
China based firm HC SemiTek has received six CRIUS tools for manufacturing GaN LEDs at its Wuhan facility.
Thursday 13th January 2011
The only semiconductor subsector showing growth in 2010 according to IP Solutions, a division of Thomson Reuters, was Materials and Processes.
Wednesday 12th January 2011
The developer and manufacturer of advanced infrared (IR) detectors firm has opened a sales and support facility near Boston.
Wednesday 12th January 2011
Strategy Analytics says the microelectronics segment of the compound semiconductor industry ended 2010 on a strong note and is poised for continued growth in 2011.
Wednesday 12th January 2011
Frost & Sullivan says Philips Lumileds’ products offer more lumens per Watt at a lower thermal resistance than those of competing LED suppliers.
Tuesday 11th January 2011
The MMS mission will power four spacecrafts with Emcore's highest efficiency ZTJ solar cells.
Tuesday 11th January 2011
The provider of high‐purity metals, compounds and wafers for electronic applications has agreed to convert the US$3 million debenture provided to Sylarus into a 66.67% majority interest.
Monday 10th January 2011
The power platforms achieved HSPA+ 4G data upload speeds while drawing approximately 15% less current than competitive solutions.
Friday 7th January 2011
This will be the firm’s second production facility and will create 1,000 green jobs by 2014.
Friday 7th January 2011
Electronic Products Magazine awarded the prize based on innovative design, significant advancement in technology or application and substantial achievement in price and performance.
Friday 7th January 2011
IR’s first commercial integrated power stage product, the iP2010, features on the “EDN Hot 100 Products” list. The device is claimed to deliver higher efficiency and more than double the switching frequency of state-of-the-art silicon-based integrated power stage devices.
Friday 7th January 2011
Shanghai based Rainbow will fabricate the devices made by Sydney based BluGlass.
Friday 7th January 2011
RayTracker will join First Solar's Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) group to accelerate clean, affordable and sustainable solar electricity.
Friday 7th January 2011
The built-in monitor 637nm diode will enable system designers to optimize laser performance during environmental fluctuations which will be necessary for industrial and military applications.
Thursday 6th January 2011
The firm has received validation for its innovative SiGe 100 & 200 GHz processes.
Thursday 6th January 2011
The firm’s industry veteran has been recognized for his contributions in the field of optical measurement and sensing.
Thursday 6th January 2011
The firms have used 700,000 LUXEON Rebel LEDs (made by Philips Lumileds) to illuminate the Pearl River at Guangzhou’s Asia Games.
Thursday 6th January 2011
The thin-film production line in Hattiesburg will use more than $500 million of investment up to 2017 and is expected to create more than 1,000 jobs in that time.
Thursday 6th January 2011
The Short Wave Infra-Red (SWIR) spectrometer will be used to measure carbon monoxide and methane, the latter being the second most important anthropogenic greenhouse gas in the atmosphere.