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Tuesday 29th May 2007
US solar power specialist Entech wins a NASA contract to develop an advanced solar array that could one day be used to propel space cargo between the Earth and the Moon.
Tuesday 29th May 2007
Layers of InGaNP material are the key to brighter, cheaper high-brightness red LEDs, claims Quanlight, a spin-out of the University of California, San Diego.
Tuesday 29th May 2007
Radio-frequency (RF) and microwave device makers are the focus of improvements made by Applied Wave Research in its Microwave Office 2007 design and simulation software, promising earlier identification of potential pitfalls.
Tuesday 29th May 2007
The US company’s materials division demonstrates its lowest defect density SiC substrate in a 4-inch (100mm) diameter n-type format to meet the long-term performance goals expected of GaN and SiC power electronics.
Friday 25th May 2007
Seoul Semiconductor responds to Nichia's latest lawsuit by saying that companies should not use patents for "improper sales and marketing"; with a new director of technology on board, AXT is set to explore GaP substrates; Infinera is ready to raise up to $190 million by going public.
Thursday 24th May 2007
The top-flight power amplifier manufacturer has brighter growth prospects than industry leader RFMD, thanks to its focus on developing technologies such as W-CDMA and integrated front end modules, says a report from Morgan Stanley Research.
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Thursday 24th May 2007
A bar comprising 20 individual GaSb emitters provides a high-power source that could offer better control over incisions made using laser surgery.
Thursday 24th May 2007
A new laser light source from the massive Japanese corporation promises a new generation of easy-to-use, economical laser-based medical diagnostic tools.
Tuesday 22nd May 2007
Structured Materials Industries has earned a US government grant for its patent pending work on chalcogenide CVD, which the company says will boost the development of next-generation memory technologies.
Tuesday 22nd May 2007
The US wide-bandgap semiconductor company produces a new 100W power transistor, exploiting its maturing GaN-on-Si technology in response to demand from the WiMAX market for higher-power base station amplifiers.
Tuesday 22nd May 2007
GaAs chip maker TriQuint Semiconductor will release new RF front-end modules for WiMAX and packaged heterostructure FETs at next month's International Microwave Symposium in Honolulu.
Monday 21st May 2007
Epitaxy equipment maker Aixtron presents its vertical HVPE GaN boule growth apparatus, bringing the cost-effective manufacture of substrates made from this material a step closer.
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Monday 21st May 2007
The US company says that its development of multi-junction solar cells with a conversion efficiency of 31 percent will lead to a new class of flexible, lightweight, high-efficiency solar arrays for space applications.
Friday 18th May 2007
Optical Communication Products says that fewer shipments, a fall in average selling prices, and a portfolio dominated by legacy products are to blame for its negative gross margin in its recent fiscal quarter.
Friday 18th May 2007
Cree, Sandia National Labs, and the University of California, Santa Barbara spin-out Inlustra Corporation are among the winners of the Department of Energy’s third funding round for solid state lighting.
Friday 18th May 2007
Kopin reports flat III-V sales, Anadigics and RFMD supply amps for Samsung’s latest phones, and Veeco reveals that its first quarter order book for its K-series reactors was worth $11 million.
Wednesday 16th May 2007
Opel produces a concept car with external lighting provided solely by Osram LEDs.
Wednesday 16th May 2007
After several years in which fabrication capacity has far exceeded market demand, the GaAs business reached a significant turning point in 2006, says TriQuint CEO Ralph Quinsey.
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Tuesday 15th May 2007
Sales of LEDs for the flash in camera phones will soar over the next few years, according to Strategy Analytics, but total revenue for LEDs from the handset market will decline due to the falling price of LEDs for backlights.
Monday 14th May 2007
LED Lighting Fixtures gains a US patent for its alternative approach to generating white light; Sofradir wins a HgCdTe detector contract from the US Army; Riber nets three orders that boost its order book to € 10.3 million; and WJ Communications launches a range of broadband amplifiers for next-generation cellular infrastructure applications.
Monday 14th May 2007
A UK partnership between Sharp Laboratories Europe, the University of Glasgow, the Institute of Photonics, and Mesophotonics has just kicked-off a $2.4 million project to build ultra-bright photonic crystal LEDs for LCD backlights.
Thursday 10th May 2007
The Japanese chip manufacturer says that its "PicoLEDs" consume only half the energy of conventional low-current AlGaInP devices.
Thursday 10th May 2007
German lighting giant Osram is to expand two of its Opto Semiconductors subsidiary’s factories in a multi-million euro program, which includes converting its Asian packaging facility into a chip making base.
Thursday 10th May 2007
Optical Communication Products unveils a shareholder rights plan to defend itself against fellow module supplier Oplink's buy-out bid, which Oplink has promptly challenged the legality of.

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