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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'.
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.
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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.
Wednesday 3rd January 2007
The Japanese firm Asahi Kasei Electronics begins full commercial operation of a new GaAs fabrication facility where it will mass-produce so-called Hall elements that are used as magnetic sensors.
Friday 22nd December 2006
Epiwafer foundry IQE grows again - this time with the acquisition of its Singapore-based competitor MBE Technology.
Friday 22nd December 2006
The Japanese company says that its Sagamihara facility will be fully functional on January 15.
Friday 22nd December 2006
Osram Opto Semiconductors is to develop red, green and blue laser technologies, based on Coherent's designs, for consumer devices such as "laser TV" and mini-projectors.
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Thursday 21st December 2006
Hong Hou is poised to become Emcore CEO when current chief Reuben Richards steps up to the chairman position in 2008.
Thursday 21st December 2006
Skyworks has ordered a cluster tool from etch system specialist Tegal to aid the development and production of advanced GaAs devices.
Tuesday 19th December 2006
Little sign of Christmas cheer at Nichia, as the Japanese chipmaker seeks damages and an injunction from UK high-street retailer Argos.
Tuesday 19th December 2006
According to a survey by Strategy Analytics, AXT has moved up the ranks of GaAs substrate vendors in the opinion of its customers.
Monday 18th December 2006
A Japanese-US collaboration headed up by University of California, Santa Barbara researchers says that it has set a new world best for the efficiency of LEDs based on non-polar and semi-polar GaN.
Friday 15th December 2006
The Taiwanese chip manufacturer has bought a TurboDisc reactor from Veeco with which it will scale up the production of red, orange and yellow LEDs.
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Thursday 14th December 2006
GaAs market analysts say that with demand from cellular backhaul applications flattening out, device makers will have to develop multi-functional chips or modules to beat off the competitive threat from silicon.
Thursday 14th December 2006
Analysis of holes drilled by mining firm Gold Canyon has shown that there are more high-grade gallium deposits in Humboldt County, Nevada, than previously thought.
Tuesday 12th December 2006
A new marketing and application deal for quantum cascade lasers; Cree slings some more mud at BridgeLux; Vistec consolidates under one roof; Optium's revenue tracks up; and Endwave sales are hit by the merger of Nokia and Siemens wireless network systems.
Tuesday 12th December 2006
It's IEDM time again, and that can mean only one thing: another record-breaking transistor from Milton Feng and his Urbana-Champaign research team.
Monday 11th December 2006
A research team from Massachusetts Institute of Technology suggests that InGaAs-based HEMTs with thin InAlAs barrier layers could become the natural successors to logic processors based on silicon CMOS.
Friday 8th December 2006
A thermal imaging camera originally developed to track missiles looks to be just as useful at making tricky decisions on the cricket field.

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