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Thursday 27th September 2012
The CdTe modules will power up to 7,000 average sized homes
Wednesday 26th September 2012
CS International are pleased to announce Markus Behet, Global Market Segment Manager - Electronics Solutions, Dow Corning has been confirmed as a guest speaker for the Compound Semiconductor industry's premier international event, CS International, which will held in Frankfurt, Germany on 4th & 5th March 2013. His presentation will be on Large Diameter SiC and GaN/Si Substrates for Power Electronic Applications.
Wednesday 26th September 2012
Like many other solar firms, the CIGS solar cell manufacturer has had to create a means of creating cash. The firm intends to use the net proceeds from the offering for working capital and for general corporate purposes
Wednesday 26th September 2012
The British designer and manufacturer of smart LED lighting solutions will supply many new homes in the UK in order to meet new regulations to reduce CO2 emissions
Wednesday 26th September 2012
The firm's III-V based solar panels will power one of NASA's latest missions, ICESat-2. The goal of this project is to measure the topography of the Greenland and Antarctic ice sheets and the thickness of sea ice
Tuesday 25th September 2012
The firm will use the reactors to manufacture gallium arsenide based cells for terrestrial applications
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Tuesday 25th September 2012
CS Clean Systems have confirmed they will be Gold sponsors at the Compound Semiconductor industry's premier international event, CS International, which will held in Frankfurt, Germany on 4th & 5th March 2013.
Tuesday 25th September 2012
The firm is expanding its proprietary ZoneBOND temporary bonding/debonding process into the CS industry with its first order from a major player
Tuesday 25th September 2012
The pilot project in the Uttarakhand state will provide safe drinking water and irrigation using First Solar's cadmium telluride modules
Tuesday 25th September 2012
Although 2011 revenues hit a record $5.2 billion, growth is expected to slow down in the future
Monday 24th September 2012
The laser-guided device allows measurements to be taken from the roadside at night
Monday 24th September 2012
The device employs the firm's gallium arsenide HBT technology and has a CuFlip assembly
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Monday 24th September 2012
Using silicon carbide technology, the devices double the lumens-per-dollar and delivers up to 20 percent more lumens per Watt over the original XP-E LED
Monday 24th September 2012
The firm has introduced a new inner diameter coating which enables CIGS manufacturers to increase sputtering performance in monolithic molybdenum targets
Monday 24th September 2012
The firm's indium phosphide based DTN-X platform expansion covers more than 20,000 KMs fibre optic network across Telefonica's international network. It will be upgraded to 100G SAm-1
Friday 21st September 2012
Gallium nitride transistors with good structural and electrical characteristics have been produced by ammonia MBE on a 100 mm silicon substrate
Friday 21st September 2012
The firm's new gallium arsenide amplifiers are suited for the wireless communications industry
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Friday 21st September 2012
Achieving 50 to 70 percent savings in silver, the process is developed for front and rear side coating with nickel. A tool is now available for the production of high efficiency heterojunction cells
Friday 21st September 2012
Dynamically use of the III-nitride LED DSF lighting will reduce electricity cost enormously and the expected return on investment is around 5 years
Friday 21st September 2012
The firm will use its gallium nitride on silicon carbide experience to improve its power amplifier devices
Friday 21st September 2012
The MBE specialist was awarded for its complex epitaxial structures based on arsenides and antimonides for the electronic and optoelectronic world market
Friday 21st September 2012
The company has sold a total of ten roll to roll and sheet to sheet systems
Friday 21st September 2012
Although GigOptix was denied a motion for an "Extraordinary Remedy," the firm remains confident that it has strong evidence supporting its claim for misappropriation of trade secrets

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