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Thursday 1st June 2006
Researchers in the US are studying the potential of III-V thermophotovoltaic systems as auxiliary power generation units in cars.
Wednesday 31st May 2006
CEO Neal Hunter says that LED Lighting Fixtures' latest downlight product sets a benchmark for residential applications.
Wednesday 31st May 2006
The Durham, NC, chip manufacturer begins sampling a GaN HEMT for use in broadband wireless base stations.
Tuesday 30th May 2006
Wafer foundry IQE is witnessing a rapid upturn in sales as the III-V industry becomes increasingly capacity-limited.
Thursday 25th May 2006
A substantial new market for GaAs-based photonic devices could open up for JDSU as the Chinese government certifies the technology.
Thursday 25th May 2006
Philips Lumileds reckons that its white LEDs now outperform the xenon lamps that are normally used in camera phone flashes.
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Wednesday 24th May 2006
ST Systems sees a sharp increase in orders but is hit by the weak US dollar, three Vitesse executives are fired as the SEC steps up its investigation into the timing of stock option awards, and SemiSouth celebrates five years of SiC development.
Wednesday 24th May 2006
New legal battles concerning white and blue LEDs are on the agenda, with both Osram and Nichia calling in the lawyers to defend intellectual property.
Friday 19th May 2006
Despite improved performance from second-tier power amplifier vendors and tight capacity, RF Micro Devices will continue to outperform its rivals, says analyst John Lau.
Thursday 18th May 2006
The world's leading silicon chip manufacturers are getting their hands on a cluster MBE tool supplied by Riber to ensure the long-term continuation of Moore's Law through the use of III-V materials.
Thursday 18th May 2006
Sharp Laboratories Europe has increased the lifetime of its MBE-grown nitride lasers from a few minutes to several hours by reducing the resistance of its p-doped region.
Wednesday 17th May 2006
The shortest-wavelength LED ever seen has been fabricated by a research team in Japan working with AlN.
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Wednesday 17th May 2006
Shuji Nakumura says that stacking faults or point defects are to blame for relatively low output powers of the LEDs that his team has built on non-polar and semi-polar substrates.
Tuesday 16th May 2006
Quintessence Photonics Corporation becomes a publicly-traded company via a "reverse merger" transaction with a now-defunct event planning firm.
Monday 15th May 2006
Japanese optical component manufacturer Yokogawa buys an MBE machine to produce HBT devices.
Thursday 11th May 2006
Avanex sees sales to non-Alcatel customers rise strongly, but is hit by the extra cost of ensuring products comply with hazardous substances regulations; Kopin's HBT epiwafer revenue shoots up thanks to strong cell-phone handset sales.
Thursday 11th May 2006
AlN substrate developer Crystal IS makes 2-inch single-crystal wafers available for the first time.
Wednesday 10th May 2006
LED Lighting Fixtures continues to pluck senior staff from Cree, and SiGe Semiconductor promotes an industry veteran to head up collaborative development.
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Tuesday 9th May 2006
Bandwidth Semiconductor offers custom GaAs-based concentrator solar cells for terrestrial power generation.
Tuesday 9th May 2006
Sony confirms the November launch dates for its Playstation 3 games console, which will see global shipment of around 4 million GaN-based blue lasers by the end of 2006.
Tuesday 9th May 2006
Seoul Semiconductor commits to a long-term deal to buy chips from Cree, and the two companies agree to cross-license white LED patents.
Monday 8th May 2006
GaAs chip maker Filtronic considers selling its wireless infrastructure division to Powerwave Technologies.
Friday 5th May 2006
Photonic Power, part of the JDSU business, says that its laser-based electrical power converters can work at an efficiency of over 50%.
Friday 5th May 2006
Amid growing optimism and an expected ramp-up in production of a number of new products, optoelectronic chip and module supplier Bookham is to implement another series of measures to cut its overheads.

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