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Thursday 26th April 2007
University researchers in San Diego demonstrate an environmentalist's dream - a solar-powered device that could turn carbon dioxide into fuel.
Thursday 26th April 2007
Asahi Glass touts a new fluorine-based insulating material for GaAs and GaN RF chips; Aixtron ships its one-thousandth epitaxy machine; IQE's RF division receives Northrop Grumman's highest supplier rating; Lamina Ceramics closes a $7 million funding round.
Wednesday 25th April 2007
Rapidly increasing sales of MOCVD equipment for high-brightness LED manufacturing is the key as Veeco Instruments swings into the black.
Wednesday 25th April 2007
A five-fold increase in profit and record annual sales sees RF Micro Devices in a buoyant mood, despite caution over the immediate impact of problems at key customer Motorola.
Tuesday 24th April 2007
Laser maker Furukawa Electric sells its majority stake in the chip manufacturer Optical Communication Products to US-based module vendor Oplink.
Tuesday 24th April 2007
Researchers from Hitachi Cable tell compoundsemiconductor.net they have the technology to push back the current boundaries in GaN growth.
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Monday 23rd April 2007
The US chip maker fights to improve its fortunes, with weak operating income, flat revenues and increased costs causing short-term pain for long-term gain.
Monday 23rd April 2007
Already reckoned to be the world's biggest volume manufacturer of semiconductor lasers, Sony readies for mass production of high-power devices used in high-definition DVD recorders.
Monday 23rd April 2007
US laser systems manufacturer New Wave Research is taking its Japanese rival Laser Solutions to court in a bid to secure rights to supply UV laser scribing technology to the key Taiwanese market.
Thursday 19th April 2007
Takeover speculation surrounds the German deposition equipment provider as its share price soars, despite denials and tight lips all around.
Thursday 19th April 2007
JPSA introduces new 100mm sapphire wafer laser dicing system; SET develops the shortest-wavelength LEDs on the market; STS issues profit warning, enters cost reduction program.
Thursday 19th April 2007
Problems at Motorola's handset division result in a 25 percent sequential drop in unit shipments, while rival Nokia goes from strength to strength.
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Tuesday 17th April 2007
University of Braunschweig completes installation of a Thomas Swan epitaxy reactor and CV profiler; Emcore buys video transport business Opticomm; SiGe appoints new president and CEO.
Tuesday 17th April 2007
The US-based multinational technology corporation outlines a rapid deployment of “chip stacking”, promising extension of Moore's Law and 40% efficiency improvements in SiGe based power amplifiers.
Friday 13th April 2007
The US based developer and manufacturer of semiconductor epitaxial wafers completes the first phase of its plan to produce 100,000 6-inch InGaP wafers per year by 2009.
Thursday 12th April 2007
The US optoelectronics manufacturer secures a further round of private capital to expand its busy optical transceiver production facilities.
Wednesday 11th April 2007
Samsung buys two more MOCVD systems; Emcore is allowed to remain listed on the Nasdaq exchange; Rohm and Haas Electronic Materials licenses future semiconductor materials technology; and The Fox Group appoints an exclusive distributor of its UV and blue LEDs in France.
Wednesday 11th April 2007
The Los Angeles based research company announces the first GaN MMIC for high-power, low-noise amplification in the W-band.
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Tuesday 10th April 2007
Modeling by an independent firm suggests that using remote plasma CVD to deposit GaN LED structures on glass substrates will cut epiwafer production costs by 48 percent and the cost of individual LEDs by 10 percent.
Tuesday 10th April 2007
The Japanese LED manufacturer is continuing legal attempts to turn out the lights on potential patent infringers.
Tuesday 10th April 2007
The US chip maker's decision to build a GaAs wafer fab in Kunshan's high-tech industrial development zone marks the beginning of a new era in RFIC production.
Thursday 5th April 2007
An updated version of UCSB and Intel's hybrid AlGaInAs-silicon laser now features on-chip photodetectors.
Wednesday 4th April 2007
CIR's latest analysis of the future market for optical components predicts that sales of tunable lasers will grow rapidly to reach almost $1 billion by 2012.
Tuesday 3rd April 2007
A leading optoelectronics research group at the Technical University of Berlin has ordered a Thomas Swan system to develop high-brightness ultraviolet LEDs.

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