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Sunday 26th June 2011
The firms will develop third-generation gallium nitride LEDs in the MODULED project which aims to simplify the functioning and assembly of current LED systems.
Friday 24th June 2011
The new financing will enable the firm to continue reducing power wastage with its gallium nitride power devices.
Friday 24th June 2011
The firm’s Malaysian plant also aims to produce 8-inch sapphire wafers in volume to cope with increasing demand from the global LED industry.
Friday 24th June 2011
The company’s new gallium nitride detectors incorporate a high off-state impedance transceiver and minimise loading other detectors connected to the input line.
Thursday 23rd June 2011
With this step, the firm intends to speed up commercialisation of its aluminium nitride substrate based ultraviolet (UV) LEDs.
Wednesday 22nd June 2011
A gas sensor incorporating a single gallium nitride nanowire offers advantages over today’s commercial gas sensors, including low-power room-temperature operation.
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Wednesday 22nd June 2011
Using indium gallium nitride on a silicon substrate, novel etching, layout and thermal management strategies, researchers have produced much smaller and lower temperature LEDs than current LEDs using the same electrical power.
Tuesday 21st June 2011
Since its purchase of 6 CRIUS 31x2-inch reactors last November, AquaLite is seeing a stronger demand for power chip gallium nitride based LEDs and is looking to the 55x2-inch CRIUS II to increase throughput.
Tuesday 21st June 2011
The firm is looking to develop the next generation of power electronics and offer design engineers silicon carbide devices which have zero reverse recovery loss, temperature-independent switching losses and higher frequency operation.
Tuesday 21st June 2011
The U.S based company is producing more gas analysers to cope with the demand for its CW-CRDS laser technology in compound semiconductor manufacturing.
Tuesday 21st June 2011
The president told Cree employees, “You're helping to lead a clean energy revolution. You're helping lead the comeback of American manufacturing. This is a company where the future will be won.”
Monday 20th June 2011
The highly-integrated gallium nitride half-bridge gate driver boosts power density and efficiency in high-voltage applications.
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Monday 20th June 2011
The supplier of high-speed optical receivers and terahertz instrumentation for the telecom, homeland security, military, medical and industries believes this is the first step in opening the investment community to its technology and market growth opportunities.
Monday 20th June 2011
Telindus will deploy Infinera’s indium phosphide based PICs to provide broadband, radio and television services in northwest Spain.
Monday 20th June 2011
The unique Tesla probe systems with CT-3100/3200 Curve Tracers address high-voltage, high-power measurement requirements of silicon carbide and gallium nitride devices.
Monday 20th June 2011
The seminars include one that that describes how direct two-point and four-point probe measurements of a biphasic gallium nitride nanowire can be conducted using a Zyvex Nanomanipulator coupled with a Keithley 4200-SCS semiconductor characterisation system.
Monday 20th June 2011
The company says that extraction of light generated inside its single junction gallium arsenide based solar devices is critical.
Saturday 18th June 2011
The advanced feature set of the HXT/R4 family enables customers to optimise the trade-off between power dissipation and performance of the optical link.
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Saturday 18th June 2011
The firm believes the acquisition will fulfil its long-term vision of building the industry's premier one-stop-shop supplier of analogue and optical components that enable high speed information streaming.
Friday 17th June 2011
Soitec will provide its III-V multi-junction Concentrix solar cells under the partnership in the Mediterranean Solar Plan.
Friday 17th June 2011
The new facility expects to ramp up to volume production in less than eight months.
Thursday 16th June 2011
Researchers based at the Belgian research institute have been acknowledged for their contributions to semiconductor technology.
Thursday 16th June 2011
The Board’s decision to implement the reverse stock split was made to help Tegal maintain its Nasdaq listing as well as to increase the share price to make our stock more attractive to investors.
Thursday 16th June 2011
The firm has had another solid quarter and estimates that revenue in the second quarter should come in at the high end of the $40 million and $43 million range of its previously provided guidance.

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