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Wednesday 4th April 2012
The 400-315nm UVA business is currently dominating the UV LED market and will remain to for at least the next five years. These LEDs employ III-nitride based materials
Wednesday 4th April 2012
The Big Chip nitride LED manufacturer is now qualified in ISO 14001:2004 and OHSAS 18001:2007
Wednesday 4th April 2012
Gallium arsenide is still dominating the PA market by far but is poised to lose market share as CMOS PA technology advances. At the antenna switch level, players with early involvement in SOI switches, like Skyworks and RFMD are gaining market share over players involved in GaAs, such as TriQuint
Tuesday 3rd April 2012
The double 1 x 2-inch system will be used to develop III-V-based optoelectronics, high-efficiency CPV and III-V-integration on silicon and germanium
Tuesday 3rd April 2012
Researchers have used a simulation of indium arsenide quantum dots, comprised an indium-rich central core surrounded by an indium-poor region. This model enables accurate reproduction of experimentally measured optical spectra
Tuesday 3rd April 2012
The devices employ the firm's high reliability indium gallium phosphide / gallium arsenide HBT process technology. They are particularly suited to commercial and defence applications
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Tuesday 3rd April 2012
The quest for increased energy efficiency has re-energised power electronics with new materials, like silicon carbide and gallium nitride gaining market share. SiC will gain a 14% share and GaN, an 8% share
Tuesday 3rd April 2012
cmNavigo will support SoloPower’s move from development to mass production of CIGS modules in San Jose and Portland
Monday 2nd April 2012
The researcher of parameter estimation, system identification, and signal processing has been awarded for innovative system identification methods for measurement applications
Monday 2nd April 2012
Growing more than 20% in 2011, shipments of mobile devices has intensified and stopped the silicon and compound semiconductor markets from being a washout
Monday 2nd April 2012
The firm is now the CIGS innovator's largest shareholder
Monday 2nd April 2012
After two years of explosive revenue growth, the LED market appears to be slowing down
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Monday 2nd April 2012
The firm's Decor LED array series now offers increased efficiency as well as a broader range of light sources - from 500 to 5000 lumens in colour temperatures of 2700, 3000 and 3500K
Monday 2nd April 2012
The firm's cadmium telluride modules at the plant in Rajasthan, are expected to satisfy the annual electricity needs of more than 70,000 average Indian households
Sunday 1st April 2012
By integrating project development, construction, sales and maintenance, Solar Frontier and JAG will work together with construction contractors to provide value-added solar power plant solutions and services
Sunday 1st April 2012
Approximately 29,400 CIS thin-film solar modules will be installed at the Mill Creek Solar Farm in, New Jersey. The solar farm will provide enough emission-free electricity to power about 575 homes
Friday 30th March 2012
The gallium nitride on gallium nitride LED technology is claimed to break thermal and ventilation barriers for high performance outdoor LED lighting
Friday 30th March 2012
New additions to Cree's CR troffer series include surface-mount, in-ceiling retrofits and suspended light engine luminaires. The company says they are faster and more affordable than ever
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Friday 30th March 2012
The plant in Pennsylvania will produce products to serve the expanding CIGS market
Friday 30th March 2012
The first in the series of aluminium gallium arsenide based devices is suited to night vision and other military imaging applications
Friday 30th March 2012
The German based firm aims to expand its knowledge in projection photolithography
Friday 30th March 2012
The need for increasing bandwidth for mobile handsets will continue to power revenue growth in the compound semiconductor industry in the future
Friday 30th March 2012
The U.S. organisation aims to bridge compound semiconductors with silicon integrated circuits. This move hopes to enable fab production of high-performance microsystems
Thursday 29th March 2012
The name change is to re-brand the company and allow it to showcase the wide range of proprietary systems that SITE Services has developed. These include indium phosphide and gallium arsenide substrates

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