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Thursday 27th April 2006
A survey conducted on behalf of LED manufacturer Cree at the Light+Building exhibition suggests that LED applications are fast penetrating the general lighting market.
Wednesday 26th April 2006
Bookings for epitaxy equipment at Veeco shoot up 74 per cent compared with the same time last year.
Wednesday 26th April 2006
GaAs manufacturer RF Micro Devices finishes its fiscal year in buoyant mood thanks to a strong handset market and increased market share.
Wednesday 26th April 2006
Along with most of its rivals in the GaAs business, TriQuint Semiconductor is enjoying strong demand for its products and reaping the financial reward.
Wednesday 26th April 2006
Armed with $45 million from former venture backer Oak Investment, RF module specialist Endwave looks around for potential acquisition targets.
Monday 24th April 2006
Soon to be acquired by Microsemi, Advanced Power Technology begins construction of its SiC device fab.
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Monday 24th April 2006
Strong demand for high-end cell-phones is allowing Anadigics to take some market share from its rivals in the power amplifier business.
Friday 21st April 2006
Cree CEO Chuck Swoboda says that unexpectedly high demand from mobile applications meant that the company's chip output was capacity-limited in its most recent quarter.
Thursday 20th April 2006
Japanese industrial giants Fujitsu and Mitsui establish a joint venture company to make quantum-dot lasers for optical telecommunication.
Thursday 20th April 2006
Strategy Analytics upgrades its 2006 forecast for cell-phone sales, and now expects 1 billion handsets to ship this year.
Wednesday 19th April 2006
Vitesse Semiconductor puts three executives, including its CEO, on leave pending a stock option investigation, Picogiga and parent company Soitec both enjoy strong sales, and Crystal IS hires a business development VP.
Tuesday 18th April 2006
The development of AlInN-based solar cells, lasers and LEDs has received a boost from scientists in the US who have obtained the first evidence for p-type InN.
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Tuesday 18th April 2006
Optoelectronic chip manufacturer and module supplier Bookham says that its bottom line for the third quarter will be much worse than it previously expected.
Thursday 13th April 2006
Fiber laser specialist and semiconductor fab owner IPG Photonics emerges as a laser manufacturer to be reckoned with as demand for its high-power systems hots up.
Thursday 13th April 2006
Epiwafer supplier Kopin plans a 50 percent increase in its HBT production capacity over the next two years.
Wednesday 12th April 2006
Now that Nichia has settled outstanding litigation with Epistar, reports suggest that production of both AlGaAs and GaN chips is set for a dramatic ramp-up in Taiwan's newly-consolidated LED manufacturing base.
Wednesday 12th April 2006
Market analyst Ovum-RHK reports that sales of optical components for datacom applications will grow 11% every year through 2011, and that some III-V chip fabrication facilities may soon need expansion to handle the increasing volumes.
Tuesday 11th April 2006
Aixtron receives an order for the first MOCVD reactor to be used for mass-production of solar cells in Russia.
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Tuesday 11th April 2006
Optoelectronics giant Osram Opto Semiconductors demonstrates 808nm laser bars operating at 64% efficiency in its German laboratories.
Monday 10th April 2006
Strategy Analytics reiterates its assertion that the market for GaAs devices will be worth more than $3 billion this year, and warns substrate vendors that they will need to invest in new equipment to keep pace with demand.
Monday 10th April 2006
While many focus on high-end cellular applications, Skyworks Solutions brings out a pair of GaAs-based front-end modules designed for emerging cellular markets.
Thursday 6th April 2006
RFIC manufacturer Anadigics has been granted five new patents, including three relating to the integration of bipolar and field-effect transistors.
Tuesday 4th April 2006
Two of the "big 5" LED chip manufacturers say that their patent agreement will help to accelerate the development of higher-brightness LEDs.
Tuesday 4th April 2006
Members of a European industry group say that urgent action must be taken to ensure that the region remains competitive in the photonics sector.

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