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Tuesday 12th April 2005
The GaAs content in cellular handsets will increase by over 40 percent over the next three years, says RF Micro Devices.
Monday 11th April 2005
The operating temperature of semiconductor lasers emitting at 4.5 µm reaches new heights.
Friday 8th April 2005
Sharper Image and Nichia do a deal over white LEDs rather than resorting to a courtroom battle.
Friday 8th April 2005
Crystal IS makes a local move to a larger facility in Green Island, Agilent awards prize to spintronics scientists, and Fairchild and Comlase make executive changes.
Friday 8th April 2005
BinOptics claims that its etched-facet technology should cut the cost of 405 nm lasers for HD DVD applications by delivering higher yields and reducing testing and packaging costs.
Thursday 7th April 2005
VCSEL manufacturer Picolight lands $13 million in venture funding that it says will enable it to bring 1310nm products into volume production.
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Tuesday 5th April 2005
Emcore receives $13.2 million cash earn-out from Veeco, Nichia reportedly plans ambitious spending, ST Systems puts a line under another tough year, and Jazz Semiconductor joins California's Fab Owners Association.
Tuesday 5th April 2005
Revenue growth in the GaAs microelectronics industry will virtually grind to a halt in 2005 due to slower growth in handset shipments according to market research firm Strategy Analytics.
Tuesday 5th April 2005
After experiencing its "most difficult year ever" in 2003, Aixtron bounced back to profitability in 2004 as revenue soared 55% year-on-year.
Monday 4th April 2005
Scientists investigate the environmental impact of Africa’s vegetation burning with the first-ever four-band infrared camera.
Monday 4th April 2005
Bookham's latest supply deal with Nortel includes a $50 million contract for soon-to-be-discontinued components produced at its Paignton, UK, facility.
Friday 1st April 2005
MBE equipment vendor Riber reports a hefty operating loss for fiscal 2004 after feeling the effects of weak demand for its machines and the slumping value of the US dollar.
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Friday 1st April 2005
Deep-UV LED maker Sensor Electronic Technology is supplying devices to an Ohio-based firm that has built a prototype to treat raw sewage.
Thursday 31st March 2005
Although overwhelmingly dominated by LEDs currently, the GaN device market will be significantly strengthened by both laser and microelectronic applications by 2009.
Tuesday 29th March 2005
The Vancouver-based laser chip developer says that its high-power InP devices will substantially lower the cost of diode-pumped solid-state lasers.
Tuesday 29th March 2005
Sirenza warns on disappointing sales, Fujitsu researchers make a 152GHz GaN transistor, Johnson Matthey gets a US patent for hydrogen removal in large MOCVD systems, and AXT appoints a new VP.
Tuesday 29th March 2005
Toshiba will begin sampling its 30 lumen and 60 lumen white LEDs during June and July, with mass-production of a million units per month scheduled for each device shortly afterwards.
Wednesday 23rd March 2005
HRL Laboratories will sell millimeter-wave MMICs designed at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory as part of its InP-based PHEMT offering.
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Tuesday 22nd March 2005
Subject to shareholder approval, Trikon Technologies will merge with Aviza Technology to create a supplier of semiconductor processing equipment with a workforce of 700.
Tuesday 22nd March 2005
JDS Uniphase acquires laser company Lightwave Electronics for $65 million in cash, Finisar enjoys the growing Fibre Channel market, and a report from Japan suggests that LED maker Rohm has plans to sell ZnO-based devices.
Tuesday 22nd March 2005
Despite increasing wafer shipments to 140,000 units in 2004, factors such as the weak US dollar hit IQE's revenue for the second half of the year.
Monday 21st March 2005
Struggling opto chip manufacturer Avanex sees some movement in the long-haul fiber optic market as Alcatel wins a contract to upgrade the world's longest submarine network.
Friday 18th March 2005
No evidence of either embezzlement or division of corporate assets was uncovered in Veeco's investigation of improper accounting transactions at its TurboDisc unit.
Friday 18th March 2005
AXT hires Aixtron's Philip Yin as its new CEO and slashes staff numbers by 100 at its Beijing facility.

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