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Thursday 12th January 2012
The Japanese global manufacturer of compound semiconductor devices acquires the germicidal LED technology development company
Thursday 12th January 2012
The advanced silicon carbide based platform doubles lumens-per-dollar to accelerate the adoption of LEDs
Thursday 12th January 2012
The firm's LDs, based on indium gallium nitride technology, are fabricated on nonpolar and semipolar GaN substrates and are being showcased at International CES 2012
Wednesday 11th January 2012
The semiconductor equipment manufacturer says the preparation for the judging process uncovered unexpected benefits by identifying the positive points as well as areas for improvement
Wednesday 11th January 2012
The firm says it has made R & D breakthroughs in gallium nitride devices used for highly advanced, mixed-signal digital / RF circuits
Wednesday 11th January 2012
At International CES, the company is exhibiting a full spectrum of projector products integrating its LED technology, ranging from a 50 lm pico projector to a 4000 lm hybrid projector
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Wednesday 11th January 2012
Pierre Yves Lesaicherre succeeds Michael C. Holt and will report directly to Philips Lighting’s acting Chief Executive Officer Frans van Houten
Wednesday 11th January 2012
The new silicon germanium platform supports 4G product developments
Wednesday 11th January 2012
The firm strengthens its Merchant Banking business by appointing Matthias Altieri as Managing Director, head of Solar Energy
Wednesday 11th January 2012
Individual gallium nitride nanowires as small as 60 nanometres show piezoelectric behaviour in 3D up to six times of that exhibited by bulk GaN
Wednesday 11th January 2012
Removing gallium from III-V type-II superlattice materials delivers a massive hike in minority carrier lifetime. Thanks to this, these superlattice detectors have the potential to start challenging expensive state-of-the-art HgCdTe infrared imagers
Tuesday 10th January 2012
Suzanne B. Rudy has unanimously been voted onto the company’s board
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Tuesday 10th January 2012
IMRE researchers reveal a novel technique for fabricating gallium nitride based nanobelts with enhanced functions and applications
Tuesday 10th January 2012
The provider of gallium arsenide, indium phosphide and germanium substrates will give a forecast of the coming year in New York on 11th January 2012
Tuesday 10th January 2012
The AATI shares were bought for $5.80 per share, paid to the seller in cash, without interest and subject to any required withholdings of taxes
Tuesday 10th January 2012
The RFFM6201 FEM is specifically optimised for Smart Energy applications and HAN devices. The module is also suitable for industrial, wireless sensing, and control applications requiring low power, high performance and assured reliability
Tuesday 10th January 2012
Eulitha's ultraviolet photolithography technology and EVG's automated mask aligner product platform should together provide a cheaper nanopatterning solution to manufacture HB-LEDs
Monday 9th January 2012
SMG intends to issue 2 million shares of common stock at $3.75 per share and expects to use 85% of the gross proceeds to purchase and stockpile the metal indium and 15% for general corporate purposes
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Monday 9th January 2012
The thermal mass flow meters and controller manufacturer's new website, launched on January 1st 2012, has a modern and contemporary design. MFCs are widely used in the production of compound semiconductors
Monday 9th January 2012
Anadigics’ HELP3E PAs use the Company’s exclusive indium gallium phosphide - Plus technology. They achieve optimal efficiency across low-range and mid-range output power levels and provide low quiescent currents
Friday 6th January 2012
The private equity group has sold off Brooks, an MFC manufacturer, and Ichor, a gas and fluid management product producer, which both serve the LED market
Friday 6th January 2012
Worldwide LED manufacturing capacity is however expected to reach two million wafers in 2012 (4” equivalent per month), a 27 percent increase over 2011
Friday 6th January 2012
The firm's revenue for the December 2011 quarter was approximately $225 million, 10% less than was forecast by the company
Thursday 5th January 2012
The company is still flourishing despite the Thailand floods and currently expects four of the five flood affected product lines to have restarted commercial output at Fabrinet's Pinehurst facility by the end of January

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