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Friday 20th August 2004
Consumer electronics powerhouse Sony has launched a range of televisions that feature LED-based backlights for improved color reproduction.
Wednesday 18th August 2004
IQE reports flat revenue with gross profit moving further into the red, and Cyberlux receives a patent for LED-based emergency lighting.
Tuesday 17th August 2004
A team of six large chip and electronics manufacturers is pushing a new wireless connectivity standard that promises a data rate of over 0.5 Gb/s.
Monday 16th August 2004
Chipmakers could be set to benefit from a strengthening fiber-optic networking market as KMI Research predicts renewed growth in the sector.
Friday 13th August 2004
Silicon Genesis develops strained wafers, Harvatek's LED chip sales fall, and Skyworks and Crystal appoint new executives.
Friday 13th August 2004
Rockwell is the latest company to develop a 152GHz InP-based transistor under DARPA's TFAST program.
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Wednesday 11th August 2004
Spending $300 million on plant and equipment and recruiting at least 300 staff are all part of Cree's five year plan.
Tuesday 10th August 2004
As Walter Alessandrini steps down, new Avanex CEO Jo Major says that he wants the company to become the clear number two player in fiber-optic components behind JDS Uniphase.
Friday 6th August 2004
Taiwanese LED maker Optotech and Nichia are to collaborate on InGaN materials.
Friday 6th August 2004
Just over $9 million issued by the US Department of Energy for solid-state lighting research will go into compound semiconductor work.
Thursday 5th August 2004
Wide-bandgap wafer supplier Intrinsic Semiconductor acquires SiC specialist Bandgap Technologies and plans to expand the combined business.
Thursday 5th August 2004
Germany-based MOCVD equipment supplier Aixtron sees revenue and orders rocket upwards thanks to optimistic compound semiconductor device manufacturers.
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Wednesday 4th August 2004
Anadigics has been granted a series of new patents including a method to clean or trim resistors on undoped GaAs substrates.
Tuesday 3rd August 2004
A "cell phone frenzy" means that unit sales of handsets are expected to reach 670 million this year, as Strategy Analytics revises up its initial forecast for 2004 by 14%.
Tuesday 3rd August 2004
Epistar expects a fall in shipments, Avanex points to acquisitions for a $124 million loss, Trikon shows signs of better days to come, and RF Micro Devices sells its billionth PA.
Tuesday 3rd August 2004
Taiwanese RFIC designer Gatax Technology will reportedly enter volume production of its first chip destined for third-generation cell phone handsets in the next few months.
Friday 30th July 2004
They might still be burning plenty of cash, but key fiber-optic component manufacturers Bookham and JDS Uniphase have cheered investors with a positive outlook for the sector.
Wednesday 28th July 2004
Increased LED sales at Cree have produced another record quarterly revenue, and a total profit for fiscal 2004 of $58 million.
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Wednesday 28th July 2004
Despite the roll-out of third-generation wireless networks, analysis by ABI Research suggests trouble ahead for manufacturers of power amplifiers and RF power devices used in cellular base stations.
Tuesday 27th July 2004
Veeco witnesses increasing revenue and expanding markets, and Kopin contemplates the future of its LED division.
Tuesday 27th July 2004
The Japanese government plans to spend over $20 million in the next 5 years to develop medical equipment based on high-brightness LEDs.
Monday 26th July 2004
Despite its financial difficulties, Procomp is continuing to manufacture a variety of devices.
Monday 26th July 2004
RFIC maker Anadigics sees improved fab use and revenue, but continues to make a substantial loss.
Friday 23rd July 2004
The Oregon-based chipmaker benefits from strong sales to the wireless phone and infrastructure market, but the optical business remains "challenging".

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