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Friday 6th November 2009
Coherent has announced a UV laser that could reduce the cost of micromachining tasks in areas like scribing sapphire substrates used in the fabrication of GaN LEDs.
Friday 6th November 2009
Funding has been announced for research into OLEDs, semiconductor devices which have a lower current density than inorganic LEDs.
Friday 6th November 2009
Semiconductor miniaturisation has been supported by the development of a new energy-efficient sensing chip, a technology resource has noted.
Thursday 5th November 2009
Combining two semiconductors in the same nanowire can have a positive impact upon the future of solar cells and LEDs, new research has found.
Thursday 5th November 2009
Research into semiconductor mass production at 28 nanometres has been announced by Samsung.
Wednesday 4th November 2009
Semiconductor technology will help to "revolutionise" the lighting sector, which will see CFLs be replaced.
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Tuesday 3rd November 2009
Semiconductors used in digital-input class D amplifiers could see increasing demand as customers expect music downloads to be quicker.
Tuesday 3rd November 2009
Smart complementary metal oxide semiconductor research has been funded by the Department of Health to overcome data--transfer bottlenecks.
Tuesday 3rd November 2009
Plasma-Therm has announced the sale of a multi-module etch system to a major III-V foundry.
Tuesday 3rd November 2009
AIXTRON receives order for MOCVD GaAs LED production tool from Changelight
Tuesday 3rd November 2009
OBDUCAT joins the EU’s SMASH programme in search of solid state LEDs
Tuesday 3rd November 2009
Semiconductor and flat-panel display industry leaders from around the world will discuss the latest developments in lithography techniques for semiconductor and FPD manufacturing at the annual SPIE Lithography Asia conference in Taiwan this month.
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Monday 2nd November 2009
Manufacturer of fluorescent nano-crystalline particles - quantum dots - Nanoco reports that demand for the semiconductor technology is increasing.
Monday 2nd November 2009
CRAIC Technologies, the leading manufacturer of UV-visible-NIR microscopes and microspectrometers, is pleased to announce the QDI 2010 PV microspectrophotometer.
Friday 30th October 2009
IQE awarded contract with TriQuint Semiconductor
Friday 30th October 2009
Solid state lighting offers a number of benefits over fluorescent or incandescent lamps.
Friday 30th October 2009
Power semiconductors are increasingly being used in new devices, but they can pose a number of limitations for researchers and developers.
Thursday 29th October 2009
DOMINANT introduces a highly reliable and impressive white SpiceLED part, the SSW-HLG. This device provides a typical luminous intensity of 500 mcd at an operating current of 20mA withstanding high operating temperatures of up to 110C.
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Thursday 29th October 2009
DOMINANT introduces the new high intensity and cost competitive 5mm round and oval lamp InGaN LED series Lxx-Hxxxx as alternative to their Lxx-Nxxxx products.
Thursday 29th October 2009
DOMINANT introduces the new high intensity RGB SPNovaLED (NMRTB-USD) of its SPNovaLED series, replacing the existing NMRTB-USS device.
Wednesday 28th October 2009
World's first 100-core processor sets new benchmark
Wednesday 28th October 2009
IEEE release details of upcoming IEDM topics
Wednesday 28th October 2009
RFMD releases first "green" GaN CATV amplifier module
Wednesday 28th October 2009
At the Deloitte‘s Technology Fast 50 award ceremony in Hamburg on October 21, 2009 LayTec ranked 30th among the 50 fastest growing companies in Germany!

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