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Wednesday 22nd February 2006
With three deals to supply GaAs-based solar cells for terrestrial applications already in place, Emcore gets a further boost from DARPA.
Friday 17th February 2006
JDSU agrees to sell its Ottawa site to Fabrinet, Endwave’s CFO resigns for family reasons, researchers at the University of California Santa Barbara win a $25,000 prize for observing the spin Hall effect, and Michael Lebby replaces Arpad Bergh as president of the OIDA.
Friday 17th February 2006
Group4 Labs are targeting high power applications with GaN-on-diamond wafers that have a thermal conductivity up to 30 times higher than compound semiconductor substrates.
Friday 17th February 2006
AXT’s revenue receives a boost from delayed raw material shipments and Hittite Microwave continues to improve its gross margin.
Thursday 16th February 2006
Despite stronger-than-expected sales of mobile phones in 2005, the market for high-brightness LEDs grew just 8%.
Tuesday 14th February 2006
Spire receives funding from NASA to develop InGaAs-based thermophotovoltaic cells and Veeco posts increased epitaxial equipment revenue.
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Tuesday 14th February 2006
The Semiconductor Equipment and Materials Institute has released specifications for the properties of particular GaAs and sapphire substrates and the procedures for X-ray diffraction and infrared absorption measurements on particular epilayers.
Tuesday 14th February 2006
RF Micro Devices, Skyworks and TriQuint have all released several handset products at the 3GSM World Congress.
Friday 10th February 2006
TriQuint blames yield losses associated with new product ramps for the fall in the company’s gross margin.
Friday 10th February 2006
The Center for Integrated Photonics, in partnership with Bookham, Loughborough Surface Analysis, Epichem, and two UK universities, has won $3 million to develop uncooled high-speed lasers and optical amplifiers.
Thursday 9th February 2006
Avanex posts sales in line with its revised forecast, Kopin extends its HBT wafer supply agreement with Skyworks, and Firecomms RCLED-based transceiver wins certification for the MOST standard.
Wednesday 8th February 2006
Two competing LED manufacturers have signed a patent deal covering white LEDs and LED system technology.
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Tuesday 7th February 2006
Malaysian LED maker Dominant Semiconductor and its German rival Osram take very different interpretations of a ruling by the US International Trade Commission.
Tuesday 7th February 2006
According to company CEO Bami Bastani, RFIC maker Anadigics has turned the corner and will take market share from competitors in 2006.
Tuesday 7th February 2006
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Friday 3rd February 2006
Falling prices for white LEDs are blamed for Nichia's first sequential decrease in annual sales and profit since it launched its flagship blue LEDs.
Friday 3rd February 2006
Sales at four of the compound industry's key companies hold steady, but none of them make a profit.
Wednesday 1st February 2006
AXT joins the SEMI industry organization, Intense sets up a laser diode collaboration with Comlase, Modulight gets a $1.8 million contract and SST's vice chairman wins an award for GaAs HBT development.
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Tuesday 31st January 2006
Filtronic has ramped its revenue from its Compound Semiconductor division, won a second customer for its handset switches, and changed its CEO.
Tuesday 31st January 2006
Chip giant Freescale says that its GaAs MOSFET will allow devices based on the compound semiconductor to be scaled just like silicon CMOS chips.
Friday 27th January 2006
After toughing out a sharp downturn in demand for production MBE machines, equipment supplier Riber says that wireless communication applications are now driving a resurgence in business.
Friday 27th January 2006
Skyworks sees quarterly profits fall, Veeco forms a Process Equipment Group, AXT unveils its raw materials products, and Picolight appoints a vice president of sales and customer services.
Friday 27th January 2006
Sales at epiwafer and substrate specialist IQE have risen nearly 40 percent over the past year, and more of the same is expected in 2006.
Thursday 26th January 2006
After an eight-year collaboration with the Japanese utility company Kansai Electric, Cree says it has made the highest-power SiC inverter module to date.

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