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Monday 29th January 2007
Engineered wafers designed for low-cost GaN radio frequency IC manufacturing are available in 3-inch and 4-inch diameters - and a 6-inch format is in development.
Thursday 25th January 2007
Representing only a tiny niche in the wider market for LCD backlights, sales of LED-based units will nevertheless grow at a rapid pace between now and 2009, says a new report from DisplaySearch.
Thursday 25th January 2007
The GaAs HBT pioneer makes a commercial breakthrough with the first purchase order for its GaN-based power amplifiers.
Wednesday 24th January 2007
Another week; another record: Philips Lumileds claims that its high-power white LEDs can now deliver a record 115 lumens per Watt - and that commercial products will appear soon.
Wednesday 24th January 2007
With record quarterly sales of $281.1 million, everybody agrees that RF Micro Devices is flying - but one analyst warns that there are some dark clouds on the horizon.
Wednesday 24th January 2007
The two LED titans get their handbags out again, with both companies publicly airing their own slant on the US International Trade Commission's initial rulings.
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Tuesday 23rd January 2007
Amid falling sales of its chips for mobile handset keypad applications and a drop in fab utilization, Cree says that it has qualified its first LEDs to be fabricated on 4-inch substrates.
Monday 22nd January 2007
Armed with up to $3.3 million through another collaboration with the US military, Kyma is looking forward to 2007.
Friday 19th January 2007
The luxury car manufacturer is introducing the first series production vehicle to feature LED-based headlamps this spring.
Thursday 18th January 2007
Having split with founder Nikolai Ledentsov, quantum dot epiwafer specialist NL Nanosemicondcutor has renamed itself "Innolume".
Thursday 18th January 2007
The X-ray equipment vendor registered a small pre-tax profit in the final quarter of 2006 as orders picked up.
Tuesday 16th January 2007
The GaN-on-silicon specialist is set to begin sampling a new high-voltage family of products in March, with production slated for the third quarter of 2007.
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Tuesday 16th January 2007
Surprised by the strength of RF Micro Devices' product shipments into Asian supply chains, an investment analyst raises his revenue, profit and stock price expectations for the GaAs chip maker.
Monday 15th January 2007
Evans Analytical goes on an acquisition spree; Cree signs a distribution deal for its power devices; Sanyo reportedly develops a 200 mW GaN laser diode; and AXT raises even more cash through an extended public share offering.
Monday 15th January 2007
The move towards an outsourced business model for optoelectronic wafer fabrication gathers momentum as Xponent Photonics and Global Communication Semiconductors sign a manufacturing agreement.
Wednesday 10th January 2007
The GaAs component maker introduces two high-power switches made with its PHEMT process.
Wednesday 10th January 2007
Amid the Las Vegas hype-a-thon that is the annual Consumer Electronics Show, Sony reveals brief details about some next-generation televisions that will be based on laser diode components.
Tuesday 9th January 2007
Despite the US International Trade Commission's ruling that Epistar has infringed one of Lumileds' LED patents, the Taiwanese company says that the effect on its business will be 'negligible'.
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Tuesday 9th January 2007
Designers of WiMAX base stations, meter readers and set-top boxes can all benefit from a new range of actively biased GaAs and InGaP amplifiers, says Freescale.
Tuesday 9th January 2007
Strong demand for tunable lasers used in telecommunications has prompted Sweden's Syntune to recruit the automated chip manufacturing services of CyOptics.
Tuesday 9th January 2007
The epitaxy equipment vendor officially introduces its new MOCVD platform.
Monday 8th January 2007
EpiCrystals, a Finnish start-up company specializing in laser diode structures, has beaten off nearly 500 rivals to win the European Venture Contest 2006.
Monday 8th January 2007
Phosphor-free white LEDs are the subject of an exclusive royalty-based technology license negotiated between Cermet and the nearby Georgia Institute of Technology.
Friday 5th January 2007
Toshiba launches a blue laser writer for desktop PCs; Lumileds becomes fully-owned by Philips; Princeton Lightwave's materials engineering expertise results in a new near-infrared detector; Avanex launches a more manufacturable laser chip; and Sumitomo Electric eyes expansion.

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