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Monday 28th January 2008
Across the laser diode sector, power improvements and novel module configurations demonstrated their material processing credentials at North America's largest photonics event.
Friday 25th January 2008
A sharp increase in InP laser sales have helped slim Bookham's losses to single-digit millions, but global financial worries will mean positive cash flow remains elusive.
Thursday 24th January 2008
Borrowing a technique used widely in silicon CMOS fabs, TriQuint is now offering a volume GaAs process that halves the cost of millimeter-wave PHEMT production.
Thursday 24th January 2008
The US LED manufacturer says its drive to sell packaged components rather than simply bare die has set it on a course for steady sales growth, but one analyst begs to differ.
Thursday 24th January 2008
Oakland study finds that, at current prices, it could take as long as 26 years for LED streetlights to deliver a return on investment through energy savings.
Wednesday 23rd January 2008
The trend to data rates beyond 10 Gb/s will demand increased chip complexity and earn active optical component makers over $1 billion annually by 2016, according to industry analyst CIR.
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Wednesday 23rd January 2008
A glitch in the volume ramp of the latest high-brightness LEDs at the company’s Malaysia plant may already have affected nearly three months’ worth of production.
Tuesday 22nd January 2008
Having grabbed market share from its rivals and acquired Freescale's handset power amplifier business, Skyworks Solutions is now looking at femto cells, wireless metering systems and automotive sensors as target applications.
Friday 18th January 2008
A short wavelength surface-emitting laser could help Japanese researchers to develop next-generation information storage devices.
Friday 18th January 2008
German researchers show that Cree's SiC components can make the green technology a little bit greener by pushing DC-AC conversion efficiency up to 98.5 percent.
Friday 18th January 2008
The leading diode laser and consumer electronics manufacturer is hoping to push GaN lasers to longer wavelengths for color display applications.
Thursday 17th January 2008
Osram holds the current lead in automotive LED sales but the emergence of LED headlamps could change the complexion of the market, says IMS Research.
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Wednesday 16th January 2008
A Germany-led collaboration shows how to use a GaAs transfer wafer to help fabricate complex InP chips that feature three monolithically connected microring lasers.
Wednesday 16th January 2008
The ultra-thin MacBook Air looks like kicking off a transitional year for LEDs in LCD backlight units, as Luminus Devices considers a volume production ramp.
Tuesday 15th January 2008
Concentrating solar power companies SolFocus and Isofoton are added to the Key Conference agenda, along with III-V powerhouse RF Micro Devices.
Monday 14th January 2008
The Australian manufacturer of integrated optical chips has bought its US partner to own the complete light-source solution for laser TV.
Monday 14th January 2008
The GaAs chip company loses a quarter of its stock market valuation in a single day after weak demand for GSM handsets forces it to revise its revenue forecast downwards.
Friday 11th January 2008
The CEO of the compound semiconductor materials company Technologies and Devices International has died.
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Friday 11th January 2008
When it comes to GaAs demand, the 802.11n standard can be to wireless networking what 3G has been to mobile phones, says Triquint’s CEO.
Thursday 10th January 2008
The III-V company formerly known as Bandwidth Semiconductor seems set to cash in on the long-standing photovoltaic cachet of the Spire name.
Wednesday 9th January 2008
Non-polar GaN substrates and low-defect crystal growth will have an important part to play in powerful, practical green laser diodes.
Tuesday 8th January 2008
A new law will help the US Department of Energy improve understanding across the solid-state lighting industry, which could bring benefits far beyond the $20M competition that will be the first outcome.
Monday 7th January 2008
Although the display panel maker expects to increase its use of LED backlights, it denies rumors that it plans to buy one hundred MOCVD reactors.
Friday 4th January 2008
Military applications promise a bright future for GaN and SiC within radio frequency power semiconductors, according to ABI Research's Lance Wilson.

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