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Wednesday 3rd October 2007
The leading manufacturer of GaAs power amplifiers is to add a second 6-inch post-epitaxial processing plant to its Greensboro empire.
Tuesday 2nd October 2007
Using UK government funding to combat skills shortages in electronic design, the Scottish University is putting material convergence firmly on its academic agenda.
Tuesday 2nd October 2007
First Solar gets set to build a third CdTe manufacturing plant in Malaysia to satisfy the increasing demands of its customers.
Tuesday 2nd October 2007
The US ban on imports of Epistar's omni-directional mirror adhesion, metal and glue bonded LEDs is restored.
Tuesday 2nd October 2007
The New York company is looking to use high-quality polar and non-polar AlN substrates to boost UV LED performance.
Monday 1st October 2007
The Taiwanese GaAs fab strengthens its relationship with the UK design house, and together they look to exploit export advantages brought by their non-US status.
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Friday 28th September 2007
The Japanese epiwafer supplier suffers from weakness in the high-frequency device market, but is sustained by lasers and LEDs.
Thursday 27th September 2007
A US partnership produces InP devices on silicon-based templates that deliver similar DC characteristics to equivalent transistors grown on native material.
Thursday 27th September 2007
The GaAs chip company looks set to benefit from growing Polaris 3 deployment at Nokia and a return of orders from Motorola.
Wednesday 26th September 2007
IIT Kharagpur's RF industry veteran CTO is hoping to use new epitaxial capabilities to encourage India's flourishing design houses into compounds.
Tuesday 25th September 2007
France and the EU get behind a substrate R&D program that will develop new GaN substrates for white LEDs.
Monday 24th September 2007
The UK wireless electronics company's compounds division gains enough previously unforeseen business to hold off on job cuts, but will remain up for sale.
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Friday 21st September 2007
A multi-million-dollar grant from the Australian government should help BluGlass move towards commercializing its GaN-on-glass LED technology.
Friday 21st September 2007
The optical transceiver supplier chalks up a profitable year despite rapid expansion, and predicts more of the same as demand for bandwidth increases.
Thursday 20th September 2007
The "city of sin" saw leading chip makers go on the offensive with claims of class-leading devices, and GaN-substrate developers championing breakthroughs in large-diameter free-standing material. Richard Stevenson reports from the 7th International Conference on Nitride Semiconductors.
Thursday 20th September 2007
ECOC 2007 sees Infinera promote the latest advances in its PIC technology, as it adds high-performance semiconductor optical amplifiers to its multi-channel receivers.
Wednesday 19th September 2007
Michael Hatcher visits Milan to assess the prospects for concentrator photovoltaics.
Tuesday 18th September 2007
MBE pioneer Klaus Ploog opened the 7th International Conference on Nitride Semiconductors by telling delegates that despite some great success in LEDs, improvements to native nitride substrates are just one of many more developments needed.
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Tuesday 18th September 2007
Cree and Nichia reach a new, customer-protecting, patent agreement; meanwhile Nichia issues a patent suit against Seoul Semiconductor on its home turf; Aixtron receives an order from a Chinese university; and LG puts Anadigics' PA in its new Chocolate phone.
Tuesday 18th September 2007
Big Blue is teaming with leading RF companies on silicon CMOS for cellphone and WLAN front ends, and says that ambitious PA makers will determine when the technology will pose serious competition to GaAs.
Monday 17th September 2007
The Semiconductor Industry Association says integration with compounds could help push silicon to its limits, and speculates on how to break though those limits.
Friday 14th September 2007
Epiwafer maker Azzurro sees high-voltage devices as the biggest market for GaN after LEDs.
Thursday 13th September 2007
Based in San Jose, California, GraSen Technology will provide GaAs HBTs, HFETs and MMICs for a variety of commercial and military applications.
Thursday 13th September 2007
Anticipating a surge in product interest at next week’s optical communications exhibition in Berlin, Bookham, Finisar, Avanex and Eblana highlight new components for 10 Gb/s and above.

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