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Thursday 18th March 2004
Bookham is to open a packaging and test facility in China, Aixtron is to work with IMEC on deposition of high-k dielectrics and metal gates for next-generation CMOS, and Cascade Microtech has filed for an IPO.
Thursday 18th March 2004
UK-based GaAs device manufacturer and foundry Filtronic is to supply production quantities of RF head units for 3G base stations later this year.
Wednesday 17th March 2004
Applied Materials and Soitec have announced a strategic agreement to jointly develop advanced germanium-on-insulator (GeOI) and other related critical Ge-based processes.
Tuesday 16th March 2004
Trikon’s CEO departs, JDSU hires a new operations executive, and Giga Epitaxy introduces liquid phase epitaxy in LED production.
Tuesday 16th March 2004
GEO Gallium has reduced production at its German facility to one-third of its capacity.
Tuesday 16th March 2004
HRL Laboratories has developed a zero-bias InAs/AlSb/AlGaSb detector that is expected to dramatically improve the effectiveness of millimeter-wave imaging systems.
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Tuesday 16th March 2004
Cree and Boston University have settled the patent infringement lawsuit launched against AXT in June last year.
Monday 15th March 2004
Matsushita Electric Industrial is to launch a blue-laser based DVD recorder in July under its consumer electronics brand Panasonic.
Monday 15th March 2004
UK-based market research company Strategy Analytics’ new report predicts that the GaN laser diode market will hit $272 million by 2008.
Thursday 11th March 2004
Nokia has grabbed the number one spot in the North American cell phone handset industry from rival Motorola, says a new report.
Thursday 11th March 2004
The MOCVD equipment specialist saw its revenue almost halve in 2003, calling it “the worst in its 20-year history”, but expects strong growth for 2004.
Tuesday 9th March 2004
RF Micro Devices has greatly increased its share of the mobile phone power amplifier market in Taiwan, while TriQuint has raised its financial guidance for the current quarter.
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Tuesday 9th March 2004
Boeing has awarded Emcore a contract to manufacture triple-junction solar cells for its new satellite.
Monday 8th March 2004
Following approval from authorities and shareholders, Bookham Technology adds New Focus to its long list of acquisitions.
Thursday 4th March 2004
Under a joint development program, Epiworks and Akzo Nobel will make optoelectronic structures using liquid rather than gaseous Group V source materials.
Thursday 4th March 2004
White LEDs used in mobile phones for screen and keypad backlighting have plummeted in price as competition between manufacturers grows.
Tuesday 2nd March 2004
Companies based in Taiwan, South Korea and China manufactured 16.8 billion high-brightness (HB)-LED chips in 2003, claims a report.
Tuesday 2nd March 2004
German LED manufacturer Osram Opto Semiconductors is supplying LEDs for use in the head-up display of the new BMW 5 Series.
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Monday 1st March 2004
Supply and demand of optical fiber are badly mismatched, according to a market report from KMI Research.
Monday 1st March 2004
Osram and Samsung Electro-Mechanics have signed a patent licensing agreement under which the Korean company will manufacture white LEDs.
Wednesday 25th February 2004
At the fiber-optic industry's key annual meeting, the mood is mildly optimistic, while speakers are divided over the prospects for the potentially lucrative "fiber-to-the-home" market.
Wednesday 25th February 2004
The UK-based InP optoelectronics specialist has increased its workforce to 65 thanks to increasing interest from the printing and defense markets.
Wednesday 25th February 2004
The chip-making giant says that its all-silicon RF chip for GSM handsets threatens the potential market for SiGe BiCMOS technology.
Tuesday 24th February 2004
OEpic has received numerous Photonics Technology Access Program awards, Soitec has licensed its Smart Cut technology to Siltronic, Omron has bought a backlight business and a new fiber-optic transceiver MSA has been announced.

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