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Monday 7th March 2005
Finisar's revenue shows a steep increase, Mykrolis has acquired Extraction Systems for $25 million in cash, Eudyna says that it will introduce GaN power devices in 2005, and Bookham licenses its silicon photonics technology to US-based Kotura.
Monday 7th March 2005
Soitec subsidiary Picogiga has adapted its silicon-on-insulator technology to produce 2-inch diameter GaN-on-insulator substrates that could be individually tailored for specific applications.
Friday 4th March 2005
Jenoptik Diode Lab says that it will manufacture laser chips on 3 inch GaAs wafers at its new 1800m2 facility in Berlin, Germany, from early next year.
Thursday 3rd March 2005
On the eve of the biggest fiber-optic communications show of the year, Californian opto chip manufacturer Avanex launches a foundry service operation for GaAs and InP components.
Wednesday 2nd March 2005
Wide-bandgap substrate manufacturer II-VI is aiming to lower the cost and improve the quality of 100mm semi-insulating SiC substrates under a $7.5 million effort largely funded by the US military.
Wednesday 2nd March 2005
The final quarter of 2004 saw almost 200 million cell phones sold worldwide, but question marks remain over whether that momentum will continue through 2005.
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Tuesday 1st March 2005
The Greensboro, NC, RF chip manufacturer decides to ditch its WLAN chipset development efforts, but will continue to make other WLAN components such as power amplifiers.
Monday 28th February 2005
Kopin enjoys strong revenue gains from its GaAs HBT business as it prepares to transfer LED production to the Asia-based joint venture it has set up.
Monday 28th February 2005
BOC Edwards ties up a vacuum pump deal with Aixtron, Furukawa is reported to be starting GaN substrate production at the end of this year, and Sirenza Microdevices receives environmental accreditation.
Monday 28th February 2005
The market for GaAs-based components in cable TV applications will grow 18 percent per year according to market research firm Strategy Analytics.
Monday 28th February 2005
Power LED maker Lumileds and its parent company Agilent have developed a new range of mid-power devices that combines elements of both parties' LED technology.
Monday 28th February 2005
With 64 wideband-CDMA networks now available in 31 different countries, the number of 3G/W-CDMA terminals available to consumers has more than trebled since June 2004.
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Tuesday 22nd February 2005
The German LED manufacturer says that at just 2 mm in diameter, its white-light PointLED is ideal for a range of applications where space is at a premium.
Tuesday 22nd February 2005
Armed with €20 million from venture funds and the Swedish government, Norstel will develop and manufacture SiC wafers for both high-voltage and high-frequency electronic components.
Tuesday 22nd February 2005
Optillion files for bankruptcy, Modulight expands into Bay Area, Emcore finances K2 Optronics, and II-VI's wide-bandgap materials group is certified to ISO 9001:2000.
Tuesday 22nd February 2005
Cree, Lumileds, Nichia, Osram and Toyoda Gosei described recent progress in LED chips, IP issues and plans for future growth at the recent Strategies in Light conference.
Friday 18th February 2005
Market analyst ABI Research believes that the latest wireless standards, which place greater demands on linearity, will herald an era of increasing average selling prices for power amplifiers.
Thursday 17th February 2005
Emcore will receive a smaller earn-out payment than expected from Veeco as a result of the TurboDisc accounting investigation, while Bookham's founder and chairman Andrew Rickman has stepped down after 17 years of service.
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Tuesday 15th February 2005
RFIC and power amplifier manufacturers descend on Cannes with new GaAs-based products for advanced cell phones.
Friday 11th February 2005
Following a $10 million funding round, US photonic chipmaker BinOptics says that it will move towards full-scale production of its low-cost lasers.
Friday 11th February 2005
Veeco Instruments has postponed its full-year earnings release and launched an investigation after discovering improper accounting at its TurboDisc MOCVD equipment division.
Thursday 10th February 2005
LED and solid-state lighting pioneers Cree and Nichia extend their existing license agreement to cover white lighting technology in a bid to fend off expected competition.
Thursday 10th February 2005
The Californian materials supplier says that thanks to new cleaning equipment, previously reluctant customers are now placing orders for its 4-inch GaAs substrates.
Thursday 10th February 2005
A two-year research project concludes that InSb could one day be used in high-speed, low-power logic chips.

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