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Tuesday 22nd February 2005
Armed with €20 million from venture funds and the Swedish government, Norstel will develop and manufacture SiC wafers for both high-voltage and high-frequency electronic components.
Tuesday 22nd February 2005
Optillion files for bankruptcy, Modulight expands into Bay Area, Emcore finances K2 Optronics, and II-VI's wide-bandgap materials group is certified to ISO 9001:2000.
Tuesday 22nd February 2005
Cree, Lumileds, Nichia, Osram and Toyoda Gosei described recent progress in LED chips, IP issues and plans for future growth at the recent Strategies in Light conference.
Friday 18th February 2005
Market analyst ABI Research believes that the latest wireless standards, which place greater demands on linearity, will herald an era of increasing average selling prices for power amplifiers.
Thursday 17th February 2005
Emcore will receive a smaller earn-out payment than expected from Veeco as a result of the TurboDisc accounting investigation, while Bookham's founder and chairman Andrew Rickman has stepped down after 17 years of service.
Tuesday 15th February 2005
RFIC and power amplifier manufacturers descend on Cannes with new GaAs-based products for advanced cell phones.
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Friday 11th February 2005
Following a $10 million funding round, US photonic chipmaker BinOptics says that it will move towards full-scale production of its low-cost lasers.
Friday 11th February 2005
Veeco Instruments has postponed its full-year earnings release and launched an investigation after discovering improper accounting at its TurboDisc MOCVD equipment division.
Thursday 10th February 2005
LED and solid-state lighting pioneers Cree and Nichia extend their existing license agreement to cover white lighting technology in a bid to fend off expected competition.
Thursday 10th February 2005
The Californian materials supplier says that thanks to new cleaning equipment, previously reluctant customers are now placing orders for its 4-inch GaAs substrates.
Thursday 10th February 2005
A two-year research project concludes that InSb could one day be used in high-speed, low-power logic chips.
Wednesday 9th February 2005
US-based Kopin will stop manufacturing LEDs and instead exploit its InGaN technology through a joint venture called KO-BRITE.
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Tuesday 8th February 2005
Squeezing over a thousand white LEDs into its 5-inch square array, Lamina Ceramics claims another brightness record.
Tuesday 8th February 2005
Record shipments of components and devices push TriQuint's sales up 11%, as the company reports a loss of $29.1 million in 2004.
Tuesday 8th February 2005
The HB-LED market, worth $3.7 billion in 2004, will almost double in value over the next five years says Bob Steele of Strategies Unlimited.
Monday 7th February 2005
Agilent sets up a development center for mobile phone components in Korea that will draw on the skills of the engineering staff at recently-acquired power amplifier specialist Wavics.
Friday 4th February 2005
Filtronic points to a broadening customer base and 3G market expansion as it predicts revenue growth for its compound semiconductor operation.
Wednesday 2nd February 2005
A university spin-off has developed technology that enables a high-power LED chip to be driven using a high-voltage AC supply.
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Tuesday 1st February 2005
Avanex sells more gear but battles a widening loss, LED maker Harvatek expands sales and marketing, and InPhenix is ISO 9001:2000 certified.
Tuesday 1st February 2005
The market for red laser diodes used in DVD applications will grow at an annual rate of 7% through 2009 to reach $1.5 billion, claims a new report.
Monday 31st January 2005
So-called GAIN-HBT wafers will be crucial as power amplifiers need to run at higher frequencies and duty cycles to accommodate increasing data rates, says the Taunton, MA, company.
Friday 28th January 2005
Eyeing up the broadband access market, fabless Irish laser chip designer Eblana Photonics says that its InP fabrication technology will halve the cost of optical transceivers.
Thursday 27th January 2005
Riber's MBE orders increase, Afonics wins multi-million dollar funding, and Sirenza points to the acquisition of ISG Broadband for a fall in quarterly profits.
Thursday 27th January 2005
Despite worries about the company's overall performance, JDS Uniphase's communications business, which includes III-V manufacturing, has grown 37% year-on-year.

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