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Tuesday 24th May 2005
Market analyst Wicht Technologie Consulting says that by 2009 the SiC device market, which will target applications such as power supplies and electric motors, will be worth $53 million.
Thursday 19th May 2005
Agilent's semiconductor division witnesses a drop in revenue, but company officials expect a modest rebound with strengthening orders for some of its product lines.
Thursday 19th May 2005
Cree has agreed license deals with several chip customers, while Nichia plans to step up its own patent enforcement.
Thursday 19th May 2005
Anadigics says that it has extended its relationship with Samsung to supply power amplifier modules for one of the Korean cellphone maker's 3G handsets.
Tuesday 17th May 2005
A four-year study into the future of optical communications concludes that the convergence of electronics and photonics will have massive implications for the III-V manufacturing industry.
Friday 13th May 2005
Deposition equipment vendor Aixtron says that low capital equipment spending impacted its sales in the first quarter of 2005.
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Friday 13th May 2005
InP chip manufacturer CyOptics has rounded up another $24 million in finance and completed its acquisition of TriQuint's optoelectronics business.
Thursday 12th May 2005
The pioneering satellite communications company Telesat has placed an order for consumer terminals that use GaAs MMIC technology to provide broadband access services.
Thursday 12th May 2005
Taiwan's red-laser alternative to the Blu-ray Disc and HD DVD formats attracts the interest of a US firm preparing to go global.
Wednesday 11th May 2005
As the Blu-ray Disc and high-definition DVD industry camps step up their bids to attract Hollywood's movie studios to their formats, Toshiba says that no deal on a unified next-generation standard has been agreed.
Tuesday 10th May 2005
With a production order for GSM/GPRS power amplifiers from number-three handset vendor Samsung in the bag, Anadigics claims that it is leading the move towards PHEMT and HBT integration on the same die.
Monday 9th May 2005
Market analyst company Frost & Sullivan says that RF semiconductor manufacturers must develop scalable solutions to cope with faster design cycles of cellphone handsets.
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Thursday 5th May 2005
Reporting an improving financial picture, component maker Emcore has decided to spin off a new company - Velox Semiconductor - to commercialize its GaN power device technology.
Thursday 5th May 2005
Buoyed by an increase in orders from Nortel, Bookham says that sales will increase strongly over the next few months but its cash reserves continue to decline.
Tuesday 3rd May 2005
Osram Opto Semiconductors, the German LED manufacturer, has commenced legal action against a Japanese rival, Citizen Electronics Co., Ltd., at Dusseldorf Regional Court.
Tuesday 3rd May 2005
As it announces further reductions in manufacturing facilities and headcount, leading fiber-optic component supplier JDS Uniphase witnesses "strong demand" in the optical communications sector.
Friday 29th April 2005
Following the recent spin-off of its LED manufacturing activities, HBT epiwafer supplier Kopin reports a net profit.
Friday 29th April 2005
Chuck Swoboda takes over as Cree chairman, while Jo Major follows suit at Avanex and Don Tatzin resigns from the AXT board of directors.
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Thursday 28th April 2005
Anticipating a resurgent cellphone handset market in the second half of this year, Skyworks details how it plans to improve margins and increase its dollar content per phone.
Wednesday 27th April 2005
Despite an 8% drop in revenue year-on-year, leading GaAs power amplifier supplier RF Micro Devices believes that it will benefit from healthy growth of the handset market as consumers transition to high-end phones.
Tuesday 26th April 2005
Opto chip manufacturer Avanex is to slash its workforce in France by around 60% in the key part of its cost-cutting program.
Monday 25th April 2005
Sony and Toshiba are reportedly deep in talks, planning a hybrid version of the next-generation DVD standard, while one of the camps has developed a new disc mastering process that uses a 375 nm diode laser.
Monday 25th April 2005
The Telecommunications Industry Association says that the market for WiMAX infrastructure in the US will grow dramatically to reach $290 million in 2008.
Friday 22nd April 2005
Alphion and Intense register substantial new investment, and nLight appoints a VP of manufacturing operations.

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