The firm says its GEMStar Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD) benchtop research system has the flexibility to deposit atomically thin layers of material on “virtually any substrate”. Potential applications include solar, space science, environmental and semiconductor.
The firm is to expand its sensors, RF components and power management device manufacturing capability. Processes will also include a range of analogue and high performance passive components including Schottky diodes.
AIXTRON announced today a new order for MOCVD reactors from Semi Materials Co. Ltd., a company engaged in the development of photovoltaic energy technologies. The order comprises five AIX 2800G4 HT deposition systems in a 11x4-inch wafer configuration.
Efficient Power Conversion Corporation (EPC) have announced that the company has made available updated device models for all of its enhancement mode gallium nitride (eGaNTM) transistors on its web site.
TriQuint Semiconductor, RF products manufacturer and foundry services provider, has released a new state-of-the-art gallium nitride (GaN) power amplifier with high power and efficiency for defense and commercial communications.
USHIO America, a provider of specialty and general illumination lighting solutions as a wholly owned subsidiary of USHIO Inc, today announced that the company has started marketing the world’s first 6-inch full-field projection exposure system for manufacturing LED chips in the US.
RF Micro Devices, Inc. a global leader in the design and manufacture of high-performance semiconductor components and compound semiconductor technologies, today announced it will showcase the Company's industry-leading high-performance RF components at electronica 2010, in Munich from November 9 to November 12, 2010.
Cree announces the addition of 80, 85 and 90 color rendering index (CRI) options to its XLamp® XP-G and XP-E warm white LEDs. Many lighting applications, such as retail, medical and architectural, require high color accuracy to properly render object colors.
EV Group today announced that the company witnessed a more than 20-percent increase in overall revenue during fiscal 2010, ended September 30. EVG attributes this growth, in large part, to continued demand for equipment used in advanced manufacturing of 3D ICs, CMOS image sensors and MEMS devices.