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Monday 10th April 2006
While many focus on high-end cellular applications, Skyworks Solutions brings out a pair of GaAs-based front-end modules designed for emerging cellular markets.
Thursday 6th April 2006
RFIC manufacturer Anadigics has been granted five new patents, including three relating to the integration of bipolar and field-effect transistors.
Tuesday 4th April 2006
Two of the "big 5" LED chip manufacturers say that their patent agreement will help to accelerate the development of higher-brightness LEDs.
Tuesday 4th April 2006
Members of a European industry group say that urgent action must be taken to ensure that the region remains competitive in the photonics sector.
Tuesday 4th April 2006
Chip manufacturer Mimix Broadband sells its GaAs fab to Universal Semiconductor Technology.
Monday 3rd April 2006
Sanyo's loss-making semiconductor unit, which includes red and infrared laser diode manufacturing, is set to be spun out as a separate business.
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Friday 31st March 2006
Riber appears to be on the road to recovery, the UK government pledges a multi-million-pound fund for solid-state lighting research, and Synova appoints four new executives.
Thursday 30th March 2006
Equipment vendor Veeco Instruments will be involved in the development of new materials and new epitaxy methods with leading nitride researchers at UCSB.
Thursday 30th March 2006
A major residential lighting supplier in the US decides to launch a range of LED systems this summer, with Cree and Nichia set to benefit.
Thursday 30th March 2006
Nokia raises its handset growth forecast for 2006, Anadigics plans capital expenditure after its latest stock offering, and Peregrine Semiconductor opens a new design center.
Thursday 30th March 2006
With demand for handsets and power amplifiers rising strongly, RF Micro Devices says it will expand its Greensboro wafer fab to manufacture 40% more chips than it does currently.
Tuesday 28th March 2006
Vertilas has won a new investor and $4.4 million in its latest round of financing.
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Monday 27th March 2006
Former Bell Labs researcher Peide Ye heads up a new research effort to integrate III-V and silicon materials and develop commercial devices.
Monday 27th March 2006
Kyma teams with the US Navy on GaN FET research, Infinera sets a new benchmark in optical bandwidth, and JPSA Laser buys a bigger facility.
Thursday 23rd March 2006
JDSU maintains pole position as fiber-optic component manufacturers move towards greater financial health.
Wednesday 22nd March 2006
Sixteen development projects for solid-state lighting are selected for support by the National Energy Technology Laboratory, eight of which are focused on III-V substrates and processing techniques.
Tuesday 21st March 2006
Lighting fixture supplier Permlight introduces a range of LED-based luminaires designed for residential use that feature Cree's XLamps.
Tuesday 21st March 2006
Nichia develops a 100 lm/W white light LED, IQE claims that 2005 was a major turning point for the company, XO Communications selects Infinera's photonic circuits for network deployment, and Advanced Photonix wins tax breaks for facility consolidation.
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Tuesday 21st March 2006
Following Shuji Nakamura's lead, GaN substrate specialist Kyma Technologies has developed non-polar and semi-polar material that could lead to higher-performance transistors, LEDs and lasers.
Thursday 16th March 2006
Sony delays the launch of its Playstation 3 to November, APA sells its MOCVD operations for $1.9 million, Bookham agrees to the sale of its Caswell site for $24 million, and Cree selects a distributor for its XLamp products in Spain and Portugal.
Wednesday 15th March 2006
After a tough couple of years, a sharp increase in orders may signal a better 2006 for key MOCVD equipment vendor Aixtron.
Tuesday 14th March 2006
Increasing demand for GaAs material looks to be replicated in the equipment sector as ST Systems receives a million-pound order for plasma etch tools.
Friday 10th March 2006
The MBE laboratory at Stanford will take part in a major spintronics research program involving some of California's top universities.
Friday 10th March 2006
Sirenza raises its revenue guidance for the first fiscal quarter of 2006 to $21-22 million, Rochester Institute of Technology wins $0.85 million to develop quantum dot solar cells, and GCS agrees to act as a second wafer source for WJ Communications.

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