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Friday 16th March 2012
Leading III-V chipmakers, first-rate toolmakers and the most innovative start-ups grabbed the 2012 Compound Semiconductor Industry Awards.
Friday 16th March 2012
On receiving UL, IEC and ISO 9001 certification, the firm has started to produce modules at its manufacturing facility in Taichung, Taiwan
Friday 16th March 2012
The EU-funded project, which integrated SOI with indium gallium arsenide detectors, has succeeded in developing cheap and power efficient devices for telecoms
Friday 16th March 2012
Spire, TSMC, Avancis, Soitec and centrotherm increased module manufacturing capabilities in the last quarter of 2011
Thursday 15th March 2012
TriQuint, Mitsubishi Electric, Nitronex, RFMD and Cree are among the companies announcing new developments on GaN devices
Thursday 15th March 2012
The Korean-based manufacturer is currently shipping GTAT's ASF-grown sapphire material to large LED customers in Taiwan, Korea, China and Japan. The firm hopes to be one of the top 3 ingot providers of 6" sapphire by 2015
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Thursday 15th March 2012
The expansion, in its Mississippi plant is expected to drive the firm's silicon carbide fabrication facility. It will also improve customer service to those who are adopting the company’s diode and power transistor products
Wednesday 14th March 2012
Using PIE technology, the firm's new tool produces monocrystalline wafers that are less than a tenth of the thickness of conventional wafers used in solar, semiconductors and wireless devices
Wednesday 14th March 2012
The firm will develop its QLED technology to eventually produce devices that can be employed by U.S. forces
Wednesday 14th March 2012
The aperture efficiency of the firm’s independently tested panel has increased from 11.2% to 13.4%. The efficiency was improved by using new processes implemented in SoloPower’s roll to roll production line
Wednesday 14th March 2012
The foundry business division of Spire will now be able to focus on Masimo’s custom component requirements and accelerate technology advancements in non-invasive blood monitoring
Tuesday 13th March 2012
Despite gallium nitride being so illusive, IMS Research says that by 2021, the market for power devices using this material will exceed $1 billion
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Tuesday 13th March 2012
The two organisations aim to advance CMOS devices using high-mobility Germanium and III-V compound semiconductor channels
Tuesday 13th March 2012
Burke was recognised for supporting the company's growth through compelling and innovative Human Resource programs
Tuesday 13th March 2012
With $16.2 million in funding the firm is expanding its capabilities to better address the LED market needs with its phosphor products which it says improve LED light quality
Monday 12th March 2012
The new office will support the firm's growing global customers and strengthen operational efficiencies
Monday 12th March 2012
The innovator of Quantum Light product platform harnesses the unique light-emitting properties of a new class of nanomaterials called quantum dots
Monday 12th March 2012
JDSU's solution accelerates the development of Infinera's optical transport network-based systems which are based on indium phosphide technology
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Monday 12th March 2012
The producer of III-V based solar cells says that most of the submitted projects are hybrid solar power plants, mixing CPV and traditional PV technologies
Monday 12th March 2012
Mitsubishi Electric says its silicon carbide inverter-equipped EV motor system is the industry's smallest
Monday 12th March 2012
The CIGS manufacturer is recruiting engineers and technicians for a high volume manufacturing facility in Portland
Monday 12th March 2012
The innovator of a broad range of analogue semiconductor devices with a focus on III-V based products says the dividend is payable on March 30th 2012
Monday 12th March 2012
The St. Clair Ontario Solar projects, which use cadmium telluride solar cell technology, have begun commercial operation
Monday 12th March 2012
The project will use First Solar's cadmium telluride cells and its tracker systems which provide more electricity in the afternoon, when energy demand is greatest

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