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Monday 26th October 2009
Technology Veteran Aims for Widespread Adoption of Concentrating Photovoltaic Technology
Saturday 24th October 2009
The SOI industry consortium announces results of a SOI and bulk FinFETs comparison Study
Friday 23rd October 2009
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has awarded Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems a $28.9-million contract.
Friday 23rd October 2009
Through-Silicon Via Foundry, ALLVIA, has acquired a manufacturing site in Oregon and announces equipment tool selection process
Thursday 22nd October 2009
Oxford Instruments Plasma Technology (OIPT), a leading manufacturer of systems for etch, deposition and thin film growth, is pleased to announce an order from University of California Santa Barbara, (UCSB) CA, USA for its FlexAL Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD) tool.
Thursday 22nd October 2009
A company has made a breakthrough with the solar energy conversion efficiency of its copper indium gallium diselenide (CIGS) thin-film photovoltaic cells.
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Thursday 22nd October 2009
Harvard scientists bend nanowires into 2-D and 3-D structures
Thursday 22nd October 2009
Yole Développement updates its ten year projection of the SiC impact on electronics
Wednesday 21st October 2009
A solar project, which uses the compound semiconductor InGaN, has received a government grant.
Wednesday 21st October 2009
More LED manufacturers may well begin to make LM-80 test report data publicly available after the actions of one company.
Tuesday 20th October 2009
Cool Glass – Microstructured Borosilicate Thin-Films as Hermetic Wafer-Level Passivation for robust and reliable sealing of sensors and devices
Tuesday 20th October 2009
Neo-Neon is to use Aixtron's CRIUS system in the development and production of blue and green light emitting diodes.
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Monday 19th October 2009
TriQuint’s New $16.2M DARPA Contract Will Pursue Radically-Enhanced Gallium Nitride Circuits for Defense, Aerospace
Monday 19th October 2009
IBM senior VP and Intel Capital MD arrested as Intel becomes involved in insider trading scandal
Monday 19th October 2009
Chinese foundry secures license to IBM’s RF CMOS technology and stakes claim as an advanced foundry for the sector
Sunday 18th October 2009
In light of the recent SPP and ATL merger, it has been suggested that those in the compound semiconductor industry will benefit from the move.
Saturday 17th October 2009
IMEC announced a mechanically stacked GaAs/Ge multijunction solar cell. This is the first demonstrator of IMEC’s technology to produce mechanically stacked multijunction solar cells, aiming at efficiencies above 40%.
Saturday 17th October 2009
TriQuint Semiconductor is enabling network operators to efficiently and economically meet the demand for broadband services with new solutions for cable systems, microwave radio and optical networks.
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Friday 16th October 2009
Companies with potentially revolutionary cell designs like the UK’s Quantasol and Canada’s Cyrium are claiming their slice of CPV revenues.
Friday 16th October 2009
Elevated competition can even be seen in Spectrolab’s August 26 announcement that it has regained the record for the highest-efficiency triple junction cell. Beyond the irony that this coincided with Solar Systems’ problems coming to light, it demonstrates a strong emerging transatlantic rivalry.
Friday 16th October 2009
California Eastern Laboratories (CEL) has shipped its new MeshConnect Extended Range Module.
Friday 16th October 2009
Leti’s planar-SOI technology meets low power 22nm node requirements for ‘green’ products
Thursday 15th October 2009
Compound semiconductors could help the industry deal with current physical limitations of some research, it has been suggested.
Thursday 15th October 2009
Peregrine Semiconductor Corporation has announced it has recently shipped its halfbillionth UltraCMOS RFIC, a milestone which highlights the successful adoption and proliferation of the Company’s disruptive UltraCMOS silicon-on-sapphire technology.

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