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Monday 15th August 2005
Private equity firms Kohlberg Kravis Roberts and Silver Lake Partners take control of Agilent's semiconductor product group in a $2.66 billion cash deal.
Friday 12th August 2005
As chief financial officer Cynthia Merrell announces her resignation, Cree posts record annual sales of $389 million, marking a 27% increase over the fiscal 2004 figure.
Thursday 11th August 2005
Vitesse has won this year's Frost and Sullivan award for its InP HBT technology that could be used to reduce the size and weight of communication systems in military aircraft.
Thursday 11th August 2005
A new type of Darlington amplifier invented by Sirenza Microdevices improves RF amplifier efficiency by over 35 percent, claims the company.
Tuesday 9th August 2005
As RF Micro Devices and Skyworks pull clear of the competition, the pressure is on second-tier GaAs device manufacturers to close the gap.
Tuesday 9th August 2005
The US Navy will be the first to benefit from smaller, lighter electronic modules used to distribute power on aircraft carriers and other ships.
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Monday 8th August 2005
Semiconductor giant IBM claims that its fourth-generation SiGe foundry process offers twice the performance of the previous incarnation.
Monday 8th August 2005
Diode laser manufacturer Alfalight has won funding for two development contracts that will lead to innovations in epitaxy and device design.
Monday 8th August 2005
Riber ups its revenue and order backlog, Raytheon grabs a $10 million contract for development of a module for radar systems, and Cree is cleared of the class action lawsuits filed against it in 2003.
Monday 8th August 2005
Anadigics has been awarded five patents relating to RFICs, including one that describes a circuit design that improves power amplifier efficiencies.
Thursday 4th August 2005
MOCVD equipment supplier Aixtron revises its guidance downwards as LED manufacturers cut spending, while Kopin's revenue from HBT wafers remains steady.
Tuesday 2nd August 2005
Following a 22% sequential increase in revenue, optoelectronic chip manufacturer Bookham says that it will look to raise up to $35 million through stock offerings over the next two years.
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Monday 1st August 2005
For the first time, UK-based wireless subsystem maker Filtronic moves its GaAs foundry into round-the-clock production.
Monday 1st August 2005
One of the world's biggest silicon device manufacturers is set to snap up the world-class optoelectronics fab that CyOptics built in Israel.
Friday 29th July 2005
Revenue drops at RF Micro Devices, Malaysian LED maker Dominant Semiconductor expands production, Endwave's sales ramp up and Veeco sees a weak HB-LED market.
Thursday 28th July 2005
The global semi-insulating GaAs substrate market could top $200 million in 2009, due to a weakening in the fall of average selling prices and an increase in material shipments.
Thursday 28th July 2005
RFIC, module and subsystem developer Hittite Microwave debuts on the Nasdaq stock exchange with an offering worth up to $52 million.
Thursday 28th July 2005
AXT believes that its new organizational structure will be able to solve the quality issue associated with its substrates, and restore the company's reputation and credibility.
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Thursday 28th July 2005
ASIP and T-Networks have merged to form Apogee Photonics, an optical component manufacturer producing lasers for all segments of the 10 Gbit/s fiberoptic market.
Tuesday 26th July 2005
Japanese LED manufacturer Toyoda Gosei says that a Columbia University professor’s patent infringement lawsuit against it defies common sense.
Tuesday 26th July 2005
Large-size GaN-on-silicon epiwafers up to 6 inches in diameter should result from a joint development program featuring Veeco Instruments and Picogiga.
Monday 25th July 2005
Although Skyworks' third quarter revenue rose by only $1.0 million over the previous quarter, improvements in operational efficiencies have led to a sequential increase in profit of $6.2 million.
Monday 25th July 2005
TriQuint's quarterly revenue is $17 million down on last year's figure, but the company believes its top line will recover through sales of new modules for wireless phones and broadband applications.
Friday 22nd July 2005
BinOptics appoints Michael Cumbo as CEO, Jazz names Brent Jensen as its new chief financial officer, and Brian Hurst takes the role of Peregrine Semiconductor’s vice president of wordwide sales.

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