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Thursday 12th March 2009
Technology from the Chinese Academy of Sciences pushes rates of conversion from bulk crystals to substrates past 70 percent, lowering costs.
Thursday 12th March 2009
The MOCVD equipment maker declines to give detailed financial guidance because of a potentially volatile outlook for the industry.
Tuesday 10th March 2009
The silicon concentrated photovoltaics expert makes commercial systems that show what can be done with higher efficiency cells.
Monday 9th March 2009
Shipments surged 62 per cent in the final quarter of last year, despite a wider slump in the LCD market.
Friday 6th March 2009
Key customer pushed epiwafer foundry to growth year in 2008.
Friday 6th March 2009
Chairman Jerry Rawls laments the absence of an accurate crystal ball, but believes that things will begin to look up after April.
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Thursday 5th March 2009
Cascade Technologies and Pranalytica are beginning to reap the benefits that quantum cascade devices offer over competing IR emitters.
Thursday 5th March 2009
Using substrates with V-shaped ridges instead of flat wafers offers 20-fold light extraction improvement.
Tuesday 3rd March 2009
Consolidating Chinese test and assembly into Beijing site and global redundancies are not a reflection of further worsening in chipmaker's business, says CFO.
Monday 2nd March 2009
Epitaxially-grown thermoelectric devices attract the attention of diode laser integrators, Intel, and increasing numbers of customers interested in power generation.
Monday 2nd March 2009
Hybrid devices could lower cost of solar power
Friday 27th February 2009
The power amplifier manufacturer continues to trim jobs and looks to outsourcing, with foundry partners due to be qualified later in 2009.
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Thursday 26th February 2009
But the Californian firm believes that it will soon begin a slow ramp from its current financial low point.
Thursday 26th February 2009
Fool's gold looks a bargain after US researchers point out that it is far cheaper, and can generate more power overall, than today's most successful photovoltaic materials.
Wednesday 25th February 2009
Thanks to a new epilayer structure, so-called "carrier multiplication devices" offer much higher gains than avalanche photodiodes, reducing the overall cost of optical systems.
Wednesday 25th February 2009
The fiber-laser maker's diodes are shooting down both the competition and, thanks to a Boeing demonstration, unmanned aircraft.
Tuesday 24th February 2009
Devices grown on non-polar substrates elevate performance, but with help from a self-heating effect that would not be suitable for commercial products.
Monday 23rd February 2009
The fabless MMIC specialist is faring better than most in the unfolding recession, and will be further boosted by a major order relating to hardware for an advanced weapons system.
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Friday 20th February 2009
LEDs feature a pair of active layers to provide better electrical efficiency than existing emitters.
Thursday 19th February 2009
LTE prototypes and initial 4G deployments in Japan and the US raise the PA maker's hopes for accelerating demand.
Wednesday 18th February 2009
As Infineon launches new Schottky diodes, and Cree nears commercialization of SiC power switches, Reedholm Instruments has found an opportune time to introduce the first wafer-level probe suited to testing these power semiconductors.
Tuesday 17th February 2009
Having already integrated the emerging LED-powered video display technology into a handset, Texas Instruments will now make it even smaller and brighter.
Tuesday 17th February 2009
The RF chip manufacturer says highly integrated switches give it a big advantage in a wide range of products launched for LTE and WCDMA standards in handsets.
Monday 16th February 2009

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