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Monday 7th August 2006
By simply roughening the front and back surfaces, a Taiwanese team have tapped nearly three times more light from GaN-based LEDs.
Monday 7th August 2006
A team led by Qinetiq will develop new types of mid-infrared lasers for healthcare applications under a £1 million project funded by the UK government.
Friday 4th August 2006
An international collaboration featuring 13 different universities is aiming to produce an electrically-pumped silicon laser to rival III-V optoelectronics.
Friday 4th August 2006
With customers ordering concentrator solar systems for both satellite and terrestrial power applications, Emcore looks set to enjoy strong revenue increases over the coming quarters.
Thursday 3rd August 2006
Total sales shoot up 22 percent sequentially, thanks to rapid customer qualifications and capacity constraints at rival vendors for 6-inch semi-insulating GaAs.
Thursday 3rd August 2006
Managanese-doped GaAs could lead to chips that can both manipulate and store data.
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Thursday 3rd August 2006
With its highest intake of orders for five years, Aixtron is confident that the market for MOCVD machines has gathered some of its former strength.
Wednesday 2nd August 2006
Shrinking die-size requirements mean that the GaAs PHEMT manufacturer has decided to spend only £15 million expanding its UK facility, not the £45 million that had been forecast previously.
Wednesday 2nd August 2006
Using epitaxial material from Emcore attached to a diamond substrate by Group4 Labs, engineers at the US Air Force Research Laboratory say that they have made the world's first GaN-on-diamond transistor.
Tuesday 1st August 2006
Despite a market that is growing quickly, makers of semi-insulating GaAs substrates for RF device applications have to make sure that they don't expand their manufacturing capacities too rapidly.
Tuesday 1st August 2006
The Japanese chip manufacturer will make 0.5 million low-noise GaAs HEMTs per month for use in applications including satellite broadcast receivers.
Friday 28th July 2006
Two industry commentators urge IQE shareholders to endorse the UK company's proposed share offering, which will be needed for its buy-out of Emcore's electronic materials division.
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Friday 28th July 2006
BluGlass, a spin-out from the III-nitride department at Macquarie University in Australia, is looking to raise money to build a pilot manufacturing plant that will house its low-temperature, low-cost GaN growth process.
Wednesday 26th July 2006
Philips Lumileds buys a Thomas Swan reactor, while Riber sells two MBE machines.
Wednesday 26th July 2006
With revenue growing 50 per cent year-on-year, the Greensboro-based chip manufacturer is heading towards its long-term target of making annual sales in excess of a billion dollars.
Wednesday 26th July 2006
Scotland-based Cascade Technologies looks to expand with another $4.6 million from venture firms.
Tuesday 25th July 2006
Veeco Instruments' MBE and MOCVD order book is looking much stronger thanks to new applications for high-brightness LEDs.
Tuesday 25th July 2006
Strained-silicon pioneer Amberwave Systems closes a new investment round; the CEO of Freiberger Compound Materials moves on; and the US Department of Energy reveals another funding opportunity for LED companies.
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Tuesday 25th July 2006
A "solid" quarter at Skyworks sees an increase in sales, but a slight drop in demand is forecast; rival RFIC maker Anadigics gets close to breakeven.
Monday 24th July 2006
UK-based epiwafer foundry IQE is set to move into advanced RF applications with the acquisition of Emcore's electronic materials division.
Wednesday 19th July 2006
Investment analyst cuts share price target for RF Micro Devices as demand from Asian phone makers weakens.
Tuesday 18th July 2006
Sales double at Picogiga, SiGe Semiconductor targets dual-band Wi-Fi with a highly-integrated front-end, and Skyworks and Samsung hook up on EDGE phones.
Tuesday 18th July 2006
Philips-owned Lumileds has made some impressive inroads into cars made by Jaguar, Porsche, Audi and Lexus.
Monday 17th July 2006
In a bid to become a bigger player in the Japanese market, US-based Optical Communication Products is set to acquire fellow optical component and module vendor Gigacomm.

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