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Tuesday 19th October 2004
Opto Tech plans a rapid rise in shipments of Nichia LEDs in 2005, RFMD supplies its transceiver module for Motorola's latest cell phone, and VPEC's CEO resigns.
Tuesday 19th October 2004
AXT's share price fell by 20% after it was accused of making materially false and misleading statements and allowing an artificially inflated share price to go unchecked.
Friday 15th October 2004
Increased LED sales in the first fiscal quarter of 2005 have enabled Cree to generate revenue of $96 million and rake in a $24 million profit.
Thursday 14th October 2004
By acquiring Sweden-based AMDS, wide-bandgap materials specialist Intrinsic Semiconductor announces its presence in the SiC device market.
Wednesday 13th October 2004
Under a modified agreement, optical chip and module maker Finisar will pay less for its planned acquisition of Infineon's fiber-optic business unit.
Wednesday 13th October 2004
LED maker Cree releases two new high-brightness XThin products in a bid to capture some market share in the emerging large-format LCD backlighting sector.
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Wednesday 13th October 2004
Veeco blames a 70% fall in MOCVD orders placed by LED manufacturers for failing to meet its targets.
Monday 11th October 2004
The German LED chip manufacturer says that the first generation of its 850 nm device has an output of 50 mW and that more powerful devices will follow.
Monday 11th October 2004
Speaker line-up includes late additions from WJ Communications, Celeritek, Crystal IS.
Friday 8th October 2004
Substrate manufacturer AXT reels from $3.5 million in charges after a "tentative" settlement of its litigation battle with Sumitomo Electric Industries.
Thursday 7th October 2004
California-based SiGen has been awarded a US patent describing a cleaving method applicable to strained-silicon device manufacture.
Thursday 7th October 2004
The pioneer of GaN-based lasers is reported to be investing around $45 million in a bid to ramp production capacity.
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Thursday 7th October 2004
Lumileds' new devices have been designed to boost the flash function of camera-enabled cell phones, while Toyoda Gosei says that its white LEDs are twice the brightness of existing technology.
Tuesday 5th October 2004
American Microsemiconductor will not distribute LEDs supplied by the Malaysian company Dominant Semiconductors, says Osram Opto.
Monday 4th October 2004
An advanced CMOS-based RF antenna switch poses a threat to GaAs PHEMT technology for GSM handset applications.
Monday 4th October 2004
Skyworks Solutions says that its quad-band RF platform will appear in EDGE handsets early next year.
Friday 1st October 2004
Three projects involving compound semiconductor companies Cree, SemiSouth and Crystal IS win a total of over $7 million in funding from the US Commerce Department.
Thursday 30th September 2004
A phased array antenna with over 10,000 InP-based MMICs, which forms part of a military satellite communication system, has been developed by Northrop Grumman Space Technology.
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Thursday 30th September 2004
Having weathered the telecoms bust, InP chipmaker CyOptics has raised an additional $10 million to support product development and sales and marketing.
Wednesday 29th September 2004
Armed with $5 million from its Series A venture funding round, AlN substrate specialist Crystal IS is set for expansion.
Tuesday 28th September 2004
MBE equipment supplier Riber will cut its workforce and drive down machine production costs, despite predictions of a big improvement in business conditions for 2005.
Tuesday 28th September 2004
The DVD Forum has endorsed more HD-DVD standards and agreed an official logo for the format, Anadigics has appointed a distributor for Japan, and researchers in the US have fabricated a new type of VCSEL using wafers supplied by Epiworks.
Tuesday 28th September 2004
With the next-generation DVD race hotting up, Sony says that it will begin sampling optical pick-ups featuring blue laser diodes in December this year.
Monday 27th September 2004
Four proponents of high-definition DVD technology will invite component manufacturers to join a group set up to help speed its commercialization, while Sony has confirmed that it will use blue lasers in its next Playstation console.

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