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Monday 21st May 2012
These indium phosphide chips should enable transceiver manufacturers to address short and intermediate reach, long-wavelength data communications applications more cost-effectively and efficiently than ever before
Monday 21st May 2012
The company is working with TSDI and Radiant to deploy its modules in existing and future railway stations
Monday 21st May 2012
Demand from LCD backlights will continue to dominate LED demand until 2013, when it will reach its peak
Monday 21st May 2012
Longer lasting LEDs are anticipated to displace more than 52% of the global market for lamps in commercial buildings by 2021
Monday 21st May 2012
The producer of devices such as 650nm III-V based VCSELs is taking on Hsin Chia to drive strategic expansion of the firm
Friday 18th May 2012
The novel formulation boosts efficiency in copper indium gallium (di)selenide solar sells
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Friday 18th May 2012
A Japanese firm is planning on developing a range of LED applications that incorporate Nanoco's red and green quantum dots including the backlighting of LCD displays and LED-based general lighting
Friday 18th May 2012
The lasers are nanometre-sized semiconductor particles called colloidal quantum dots (CQDs) with an inner core of cadmium and selenium alloy and a coating of zinc, cadmium, and sulphur alloy. Adjusting the size of the pyramid-shaped QDs changes the laser light colour
Friday 18th May 2012
The global supplier of solar related products and III-V compound semiconductor device and process developer, has begun trading in this U.S. stock market
Friday 18th May 2012
The new product line of high speed 850nm gallium arsenide based VCSEL chips are compact and have an ultrahigh modulation rate
Friday 18th May 2012
Apart from in healthcare, where Quantum Dots hold a large market share, the technology is expected to play a major part in LED lighting and solar cells in the future
Thursday 17th May 2012
The patent allows the silicon carbide innovator to fine tune its vertical channel junction field effect transistors and diodes to get even closer to the unipolar theoretical limit
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Thursday 17th May 2012
A new high performance gallium arsenide device has been revealed by RFMD
Wednesday 16th May 2012
The designer and developer of analogue III-V semiconductor devices and the gallium arsenide and gallium nitride innovator have come to an agreement to cross licensing patents
Wednesday 16th May 2012
The firm says that by using a depletion mode silicon carbide JFET, designers can achieve a fast start-up using no extra components such as an extra heat sink
Wednesday 16th May 2012
The multi-junction solar cell provider will provide solar panels composed of indium gallium phosphide and indium gallium arsenide on a germanium substrate for the soil moisture active passive (SMAP) mission
Wednesday 16th May 2012
The FEM uses the firm's indium gallium phosphide and gallium arsenide technologies
Wednesday 16th May 2012
The indium phosphide chip manufacturer has will employ the Verian system as a requisitioning and approval workflow tool that integrates directly into SAP
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Wednesday 16th May 2012
The device features an aluminium gallium arsenide LED and is suited to harsh application environments like motor control, measuring instruments as well as factory automation
Wednesday 16th May 2012
The agreement made by the provider of group III materials used in the MOCVD industry ,consists of a $20 million public bought‐deal offering and a $20 million concurrent private placement
Tuesday 15th May 2012
Eliot Parkinson is taking over from Adrian Meldrm at the firm's Cardiff III-V facility
Tuesday 15th May 2012
The UK-based firm has received an order for a physical vapour deposition which will be used for compound semiconductor growth. These will include gallium arsenide and aluminium nitride RF devices
Tuesday 15th May 2012
Peter Bauer is resigning as CEO of new gallium nitride-on-silicon developer Infineon Technologies AG effective September 30, 2012 due to health reasons
Tuesday 15th May 2012
A new report says silicon manufacturer Broadcom and compound semiconductor supplier TriQuint are good examples that illustrate that the semiconductor industry is bouncing back

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