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Thursday 16th August 2007
Laser and LED chips look set for surprise benefits from recent improvements in GaN epitaxy, in the form of bismuth telluride growth for thermal management.
Tuesday 14th August 2007
JDSU claims brightest 808 nm diode laser; Microsemi and Semisouth agree to cooperate on SiC wafers; Nichia settles lawsuit with UK retailer Argos; Seoul Semiconductor successfully defends white LED patent.
Monday 13th August 2007
Leading RFIC manufacturer RF Micro Devices is set to expand once again by acquiring Colorado-based Sirenza in a deal valued at $900 million.
Thursday 9th August 2007
Sales of HBT epiwafers jump 20 percent at Kopin, but the company receives a warning from the Nasdaq exchange about its late filing of financial reports.
Wednesday 8th August 2007
Cree continues its transformation, posting an operating loss and a net profit in its latest quarter.
Wednesday 8th August 2007
Strategy Analytics cites TriQuint as the big winner in its 2006 ranking of GaAs device manufacturers.
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Tuesday 7th August 2007
Tom Low's proof that HBT infant failure depends on the emitter area and the underlying substrate's defect density wins the 2007 CS Mantech best paper award.
Tuesday 7th August 2007
A high-speed front-side scribing method based on a 266nm laser source can cut 20 percent more LEDs per wafer when compared with 355nm back-side scribing, says JPSA Laser.
Tuesday 7th August 2007
BridgeLux raises $23 million; Emcore claims production solar cell record; Aixtron taps into China's university research market; and Philips Lumileds reveals how its ceramic phosphor could push LED performance in auto headlamps.
Monday 6th August 2007
With orders from key customer Nortel returning, sales of tunable lasers growing fast, and cost-cuts having the desired effect, Bookham is looking to the future with increased optimism.
Monday 6th August 2007
The semiconductor materials start-up says that its chlorinated chemistry technique will enable a ten-fold increase in growth rate.
Friday 3rd August 2007
A Norwegian plan to restrict the use of arsenic compounds in consumer products is due to come into force at the end of the year.
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Friday 3rd August 2007
Arasor buys Alfalight; NEC releases GaAs tri-band WiMAX switch; Philips Lumileds delivers 100 million Luxeon Flash chips.
Thursday 2nd August 2007
C9 has secured New York state funds for a new facility to house its proprietary SiC superlattice growth equipment, so that it can scale up production to support military contracts.
Thursday 2nd August 2007
Aixtron senses a positive mood in the compound semiconductor industry, with LED epitaxy equipment orders growing strongly.
Thursday 2nd August 2007
The Californian substrate company records steady profits, whilst it stands to benefit from its supply and purification joint ventures as the cost of raw materials rises and pick-up in demand from BiFET PA and solar cell makers gathers pace.
Wednesday 1st August 2007
Despite a widening loss, the photonic integrated chip company is undiscouraged from touting its technology as a unique way to support the exponential growth of internet traffic.
Tuesday 31st July 2007
At a White House ceremony, molecular beam epitaxy pioneer Alfred Cho picks up the US National Medal of Technology.
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Tuesday 31st July 2007
Fabless RF innovator Acco is confidently touting its silicon “MASMOS” power amplifier technology, attracting backing from investors as it jockeys for position in WEDGE handsets.
Tuesday 31st July 2007
Researchers have made a “quantum cellular automata” cell based on a GaAs heterostructure, providing a more reliable and accurate way to probe the uncertain boundaries of quantum computing.
Monday 30th July 2007
Fabless RFIC supplier Hittite Microwave is benefiting from strong demand for products used in cellular infrastructure, microwave communications and military applications.
Monday 30th July 2007
A nine-way collaboration named NoveLELs will bring universities together with companies from aerospace, III-V and solid-state lighting to develop new technologies for aircraft and general lighting applications.
Friday 27th July 2007
A transatlantic collaboration working to provide Intel with high-speed InSb quantum well transistors has achieved an integration landmark, and is now looking to see how far the technology's cut-off frequencies can be pushed.
Friday 27th July 2007
New CEO John Peeler faces a challenge to improve Veeco's overall profitability, but will be boosted by the strong sales of MOCVD reactors to makers of high-brightness LEDs.

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