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Thursday 24th April 2014
The new material system, 'Perkinamine Malachite', is based on the company's new proprietary multi-chromophore approach. It is claimed to increase thermal stability and durability in high speed fibre-optic telecom and optical computing devices
Thursday 24th April 2014
The compact III-nitride based device is suited to higher output intensity in space-constrained end products such as smartphones and tablets
Thursday 24th April 2014
New research has suggested that using interactions between sound waves and electrons reveal information about the environment of the electron. This discovery could have potential applications in quantum computing technology
Wednesday 23rd April 2014
Quarterly Net Income Increased 27% Year-over-Year to $28.2 million
Wednesday 23rd April 2014
Skyworks have reported 2nd Q results for the period ending March 28, 2014. Revenue for the quarter was $481.0 million, up 13 percent year-over-year.
Wednesday 23rd April 2014
MOU initiates feasibility study to bring Japanese CIS solar PV technology to U.S
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Wednesday 23rd April 2014
Researchers use zinc oxide coating to achieve higher efficiency from gallium arsenide solar cell
Wednesday 23rd April 2014
Intermolecular today announced that Epistar Corp. and Intermolecular have signed a multi-year extension of their existing collaborative development program and royalty-bearing IP licensing agreement to increase the efficiency and reduce the cost of Epistar's light emitting diode devices.
Wednesday 23rd April 2014
Continues to Accelerate Innovation Through Global Collaborations and Technological Breakthroughs in Nanoelectronics
Tuesday 22nd April 2014
Mitsubishi Electric Corporation announced today it will launch a 10.4-inch XGA, color TFT-LCD module for industrial equipment indicators, medical equipment, measuring instruments, instruments in ships and trains and other industrial applications. The new model offers a combination of 170-degree viewing angle (both horizontally and vertically), 1,000:1 high-contrast ratio, -30 to 80 degrees Celsius operating temperature range and 100,000-hour LED backlight. Mitsubishi Electric offices worldwide (http://www.MitsubishiElectric.com/semiconductors/) will begin selling the module on May 1.
Tuesday 22nd April 2014
Growing interest in GaN-on-silicon technology could ignite a battle over IP, warns Yole Developpement
Tuesday 22nd April 2014
Yole have released their “GaN-on-Si Substrate Technology and Market for LED and Power Electronics report. Details below:
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Thursday 17th April 2014
The new LUXEON CoB 1202 arrays for PAR38 equivalent lamps and spotlights, are claimed to deliver the highest efficacy at an affordable price
Thursday 17th April 2014
Non-linear optics could benefit from alternating layers of N-polar and Ga-polar GaN.
Thursday 17th April 2014
The gallium arsenide based devices are designed for the point-to-point wireless backhaul market. The company has also taken on ex RFMD veteran Sushil Kumar as Senior Director of IC Development to lead engineering efforts for the wireless product line
Wednesday 16th April 2014
The company has worked with Flex-N-Gate for what it says is the world's first pickup with full LED front lighting
Wednesday 16th April 2014
RIBER has secured an order for two R&D systems in Asia.
Wednesday 16th April 2014
The wafers will be used for advanced mid-wave infrared imaging technology.
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Tuesday 15th April 2014
Photovoltaic solar-panel windows composed of CdSe/CdS quantum dots could be the next technology used in housing
Tuesday 15th April 2014
The tool, capable of dealing with 4 inches (~100mm) to 300 mm in diameter. will be used to inspect LED wafers
Monday 14th April 2014
The second generation SINDRE system enables throughputs of up to sixty wafers per hour. It has been delivered and passed customer final approval in January
Saturday 12th April 2014
The new AC/DC version of the system can characterise III-V materials with a mobiility range from 1 to 0.001 V
Friday 11th April 2014
A Pan-European research team intends to demystify nano, photonic and electronic codes
Friday 11th April 2014
The new system would be suited to researchers studying emerging materials for high-speed computing, spin-based computing and thin-film III-V semiconductor applications

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