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Tuesday 24th February 2004
Among the many new products at this week's Optical Fiber Communications conference (OFC) were offerings from Infineon, Picolight, OpNext, Santur, Bookham and DMG.
Monday 23rd February 2004
RF Micro Devices begins shipping its EDGE-capable power amplifier module to a “top-tier” handset manufacturer.
Friday 20th February 2004
The GaAs HBT, high-brightness LED and liquid crystal microdisplay manufacturer posts a 21% increase in sales on the back of strong demand for its III-V products.
Friday 20th February 2004
The combined company, called Archcom, will offer both transmit optical components and InP-based photodiodes from now on.
Thursday 19th February 2004
A new data storage material that is sensitive to blue light could accelerate the development of holographic disk drives.
Thursday 19th February 2004
Fujitsu Laboratories has developed an InP HEMT chipset for 40Gbps optical communication that consumes less than 1W power.
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Tuesday 17th February 2004
A fabless tunable laser supplier is to introduce products based on its unique Y-branch design.
Tuesday 17th February 2004
Nokia Networks has extended its agreement to purchase MMIC-based transceivers from Endwave for its microwave radios.
Tuesday 17th February 2004
GaN-based LED and laser manufacturer Nichia Corporation expects to record sales of 220 billion yen ($2.1 billion) during its current fiscal year ending December 31, 2004, according to a report in the Nihon Keizai Shimbun newspaper in Japan.
Monday 16th February 2004
Endwave teams up with Signal Technology on millimetre-wave defense systems, Alfalight appoints a new CEO and Mototrola goes “Freescale”.
Friday 13th February 2004
Intel has made a high-speed optical modulator from silicon that could threaten III-V fiber-optic components.
Thursday 12th February 2004
The UK-based fiber-optic and RF components manufacturer racked up a $125 million loss in a year of consolidation.
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Wednesday 11th February 2004
II-VI and Sensor Electronic Technology have signed a joint marketing and sales agreement for III-nitride epitaxial wafers.
Tuesday 10th February 2004
A new program funded in part by the European Commission aims to investigate next-generation logic devices.
Tuesday 10th February 2004
Innovative Processing AG (IPAG) has acquired the assets of Opto Speed Deutschland, and has also secured further funding.
Monday 9th February 2004
Demand for handsets and wireless LAN products drives revenue at the RF device manufacturer to its highest level for three years.
Monday 9th February 2004
Gemfire agrees to acquire Avanex’s planar lightwave circuit business, while Applied Optoelectronics, Inc, has raised another $12 million.
Friday 6th February 2004
A new report from Strategies Unlimited predicts robust growth in the market for long wavelength lasers and transceivers.
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Thursday 5th February 2004
Emcore has reported revenue of $23.1 million, based on strong demand for its fiber and broadband products.
Thursday 5th February 2004
AXT has reported a slight increase in revenue and sees positive indicators in the markets for cellphones and red-yellow LEDs.
Thursday 5th February 2004
Two analyst firms have said that well over 500 million mobile handets were shipped in 2003.
Wednesday 4th February 2004
Tuesday 3rd February 2004
Avanex has seen as big jump in revenue, thanks to contributions from its acquisitions from Alcatel, Corning and Vitesse.
Monday 2nd February 2004
A judge has ordered Nichia to pay its former employee Shuji Nakamura a total of 20 billion yen in compensation for the blue LED patents he filed while working for the company.

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