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Friday 13th August 2010
AXT announces the appointment of Nai-Yu Pai to its board of Directors
Friday 13th August 2010
Yangzhou Longyao adds more AIXTRON CRIUS MOCVD tools for HB GaN LEDs
Thursday 12th August 2010
The Concentrator Photovoltaic (CPV) systems supplier is developing large-scale solar power projects in South Africa.
Wednesday 11th August 2010
The firm will selectively pick fragile components & deduce accurate placement on circuit boards using the experience of major LED manufacturers. The firm is also introducing its LED nozzle series available for all types of SMT pick-and-place equipment & tooling.
Wednesday 11th August 2010
Hosseini will cover the CleanTech and Semiconductor Capital Equipment Sectors, with coverage including Applied Materials and First Solar.
Wednesday 11th August 2010
GAAP net income for the fourth quarter increased 445% year-over-year to $52.8 million and annual net income increased 402% to $152 million.
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Wednesday 11th August 2010
The firm has valuation concerns around cycle peak and has lowered PT from $58 to $39.
Wednesday 11th August 2010
The firm will put forward $101.6 million for a LED production line and $218 million to construct a fab for the production of thin-film solar photovoltaic modules.
Wednesday 11th August 2010
According to SEMI, Taiwan is projected to be to be the largest market with $ 9.18 billion. Total semiconductor equipment sales worldwide are expected to reach $32.5 billion.
Wednesday 11th August 2010
The Department of Physics and Technology based in Norway, has selected Plasma-Therm’s 790+ Reactive Ion Etcher for its nano-fabrication facility.
Tuesday 10th August 2010
The firm has announced its first order from Incotex Group for three mass production reactors of Gallium Nitride (GaN) High Brightness LEDs.
Tuesday 10th August 2010
The Remote Plasma Chemical Vapor Deposition (RPCVD) system uses low temperatures to grow GaN and InGaN on glass substrates for LED production.
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Tuesday 10th August 2010
The two firms will work together to create a new generation of cost effective, higher-efficiency products in the fields of solar, LED, memory, semiconductor, and display.
Tuesday 10th August 2010
The next-generation WCDMA/HSPA components and power amplifiers will be shipped in volume to smart phones and 3G device manufacturers, particularly in the Far East.
Tuesday 10th August 2010
The firm will report fiscal 2010 third quarter results on Monday, August 16, 2010 after close of market EST and host a conference call at 5p.m. EST.
Monday 9th August 2010
The new uITLA project will propose changes to the assembly electrical interfaces, optical specifications, and mechanical specifications of tuneable lasers.
Monday 9th August 2010
The project is a collaboration between academia and industry and is focused on developing thin film solar cells that will lead to higher conversion efficiency at reduced manufacturing cost.
Monday 9th August 2010
The solar cell modules will be used for residential applications and are being marketed alongside a new power conditioner with a rated output of 5.5kW.
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Monday 9th August 2010
The new appointment has previously served as Vice President at Anadigics and Peregrine Semiconductor.
Monday 9th August 2010
The researchers created an artificial optical structure on the facet of the laser, generating highly collimated rays, leading to efficient collection and high power density without the need for lenses.
Monday 9th August 2010
The BIANCHO project (BIsmide And Nitride Components for High temperature Operation), is a €2.190 million funded three year R & D initiative focused on decreasing power consumption of telecommunications and data networks.
Monday 9th August 2010
IBM 8HP Silicon Germanium (SiGe) technology has enabled Tektronix oscilloscope performance speed increases beyond 30 GHz.
Monday 9th August 2010
Cree is aiding Habitat for Humanity with its sponsorship of the construction of a house with lighting solely powered by its LEDs ; annual savings are expected to be approximately $250 worth of electricity.
Monday 9th August 2010
The new NIST/ University of Colorado system can detect contaminants such as water vapor in arsine gas which can add oxygen, which degrades a semiconductor’s electrical and optical properties.

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