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Monday 12th November 2007
A boundary-pushing 2.3 micron laser from the Japanese telecoms firm's photonics division looks set to enter production for use in residential CO alarms.
Friday 9th November 2007
The Swedish startup announces sample availability of a normally-off SiC power transistor, and is working hard to bring it and related devices to full commercial production.
Friday 9th November 2007
The company behind the global Panasonic brand has legally protected a low-pressure approach to crystal growth that may have helped it score a surprise first in LED manufacture.
Thursday 8th November 2007
In a quarter that delivered record financial results, the fiber laser specialist took delivery of another new MBE reactor to increase diode production.
Thursday 8th November 2007
CEO Tom Mika's restructuring efforts bear fruit as the plasma deposition and etch equipment supplier moves into the black for the first time in seven years.
Wednesday 7th November 2007
Devices being developed for extreme-UV detection in space look like good candidates to solve problems associated with their silicon equivalents in the latest lithography tools.
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Tuesday 6th November 2007
ST Microelectronics is heading a French national project to develop GaN and SiC Schottky diodes based on 6-inch silicon substrates, and says these compound semiconductors are important for its future power devices.
Tuesday 6th November 2007
San Francisco's GreenVolts secures a $10 million fund as it works to build the world's largest concentrating photovoltaics plant – a 2 MW facility in northern California.
Tuesday 6th November 2007
With sales on the up and orders for MOCVD equipment rocketing, Aixtron CEO Paul Hyland says that his company's outlook is more positive now than at any time over the past five years.
Monday 5th November 2007
Visiting London to pick up an award for innovation in energy and the environment from the Economist magazine, Philips Lumileds CTO George Craford told Michael Hatcher why he thinks that a Lumileds research team has identified the root cause of a key problem that has until now limited the development of high-current InGaN LEDs.
Friday 2nd November 2007
The Woburn, Massachusetts, PA maker has beaten analysts' estimates for the second quarter in succession and is looking back at baseband to continue the trend into the next fiscal year.
Wednesday 31st October 2007
Osram claims victory in a dispute with Taiwanese LED maker Kingbright, and signs a new patent deal with Toyoda Gosei.
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Tuesday 30th October 2007
A group that includes a GaN growth pioneer has developed a new method for UV laser diode fabrication.
Tuesday 30th October 2007
The semiconductor giant has entered into an agreement to sell its RF power amplifier business to Skyworks, leaving a question mark hanging over the future of its "CS1" GaAs fab.
Monday 29th October 2007
A photonic alternative to WLAN has been shown to exceed 100 Mbit/s and could provide bandwidth in a currently unlicensed area of the spectrum, if it can conform to general illumination standards.
Friday 26th October 2007
An EU research project called MANSiC has developed a rapid crystal growth technique for the 3C polytype of SiC, which could soon provide a shortcut to more complex SiC devices.
Thursday 25th October 2007
"Torrential" growth at RF Micro Devices puts a strain on manufacturing capacity, as the company beats all sales estimates.
Thursday 25th October 2007
A bumpy ramp-up to fulfil unprecedented levels of demand takes the gloss off a profitable quarter for the PA manufacturer.
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Thursday 25th October 2007
With record orders received in its latest quarter, CEO Ralph Quinsey says that TriQuint's handset product pipeline is "more exciting than ever".
Thursday 25th October 2007
The Massachusetts-based firm is the latest GaAs company to unveil plans for a major capacity expansion - although it will not be building any new fabs.
Tuesday 23rd October 2007
Tools for making all types of LEDs are in strong demand as Veeco seeks to return to profitability, the company’s new CEO says.
Monday 22nd October 2007
In Shenzhen, the first stage of what may eventually turn out to be the largest compound semiconductor manufacturing base in the world is completed.
Monday 22nd October 2007
The LED maker is planning its next M & A foray after its war chest is swollen by record sales and cashing-in of Color Kinetics shares – even though the dust is still settling from its recent purchase of COTCO.
Friday 19th October 2007
Veteran LED technologist and Lumileds CTO George Craford wins an Economist innovation award, and thinks that a team from the company has now identified the root cause behind a long-standing problem in high-power InGaN LEDs.

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