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Thursday 16th April 2009
Profits might have dropped by 90 percent, but the world's leading maker of mobile phones indicates that the worst of the slump could be over.
Thursday 16th April 2009
20 nm columns made of five different semiconductor materials avoid lattice mismatch and overall cell size limitations.
Tuesday 14th April 2009
Out-of-court settlement with rival JDSU leaves Bookham with an immediate bill of $1.5 million, rising to a maximum of $8 million.
Tuesday 14th April 2009
Lattice relaxation controls indium precipitation in the quantum well, altering the emission of InGaN dice from green to white.
Tuesday 14th April 2009
ThinkEquity analyst Mike Burton expects talk of profitability this year, even if he doesn't quite believe it himself.
Thursday 9th April 2009
Warm-white light, lower costs and a better idea of device lifetimes are near the top of the US wishlist
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Thursday 9th April 2009
With a common existing accelerated qualification test providing inaccurate information, representatives from a variety of compound semiconductor companies are calling for input on a standard replacement.
Tuesday 7th April 2009
The optoelectronic device manufacturer sheds employees, although the Chinese stimulus plan should provide something of a boost.
Tuesday 7th April 2009
90 GHz cut-off frequency HEMTs manufactured on Nitronex epiwafers measure up against transistors produced on sapphire and SiC substrates.
Monday 6th April 2009
False compound semiconductor device reliability claims are at the center of one of the largest US defense fraud settlements ever.
Friday 3rd April 2009
Friday 3rd April 2009
Respondent number in the industry-wide ITC doping patent case rises to 50, but the emeritus professor has already granted 21 licenses.
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Thursday 2nd April 2009
Single-crystal GaN substrates larger than 2-inch diameter and a method for etching photonic lattices are amongst the subjects of Samsung Electro-Mechanics' latest intellectual property.
Tuesday 31st March 2009
In the wake of CEO Phil Yin's resignation, analysts suggest that the Californian substrate vendor is an attractive proposition.
Tuesday 31st March 2009
High-temperature manufacturing expertise makes wide-bandgap wafers a good fit for the Japanese firm's semiconductor material business.
Tuesday 31st March 2009
Triangular lattices etched directly into thin GaN LEDs come close to matching encapsulants for light extraction, while avoiding their disadvantages.
Tuesday 31st March 2009
Market forecast suggests a 23 percent decline this year in sales of high-power diodes used to pump industrial laser systems, with fiber lasers the only bright spot.
Monday 30th March 2009
A University of Illinois team featuring the inventor of the first visible LED has brought a light-emitting HBT nearer to practical application.
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Friday 27th March 2009
Aixtron sees reactors for higher volume manufacturing needing more efficient precursor supply.
Thursday 26th March 2009
Buoyant 2008 and strong orders from researchers fill the French MBE equipment supplier with confidence for the future.
Wednesday 25th March 2009
PA maker's recent market share gains and improvement in profit margins may not continue, according to a stock research report.
Tuesday 24th March 2009
Epiwafer foundry’s stock market valuation surges as it raises hopes for a strong finish to 2009.
Tuesday 24th March 2009
The piezoelectric response of a GaN film to terahertz radiation can give simpler measurements of film thickness, according to results from Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.
Tuesday 24th March 2009
Inexpensive sapphire substrates etched with stripes allow the Japanese chipmaker to produce what it says are the highest output power hetero-epitaxial non-polar GaN LEDs.

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