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Tuesday 29th March 2005
The Vancouver-based laser chip developer says that its high-power InP devices will substantially lower the cost of diode-pumped solid-state lasers.
Tuesday 29th March 2005
Sirenza warns on disappointing sales, Fujitsu researchers make a 152GHz GaN transistor, Johnson Matthey gets a US patent for hydrogen removal in large MOCVD systems, and AXT appoints a new VP.
Tuesday 29th March 2005
Toshiba will begin sampling its 30 lumen and 60 lumen white LEDs during June and July, with mass-production of a million units per month scheduled for each device shortly afterwards.
Wednesday 23rd March 2005
HRL Laboratories will sell millimeter-wave MMICs designed at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory as part of its InP-based PHEMT offering.
Tuesday 22nd March 2005
Subject to shareholder approval, Trikon Technologies will merge with Aviza Technology to create a supplier of semiconductor processing equipment with a workforce of 700.
Tuesday 22nd March 2005
JDS Uniphase acquires laser company Lightwave Electronics for $65 million in cash, Finisar enjoys the growing Fibre Channel market, and a report from Japan suggests that LED maker Rohm has plans to sell ZnO-based devices.
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Tuesday 22nd March 2005
Despite increasing wafer shipments to 140,000 units in 2004, factors such as the weak US dollar hit IQE's revenue for the second half of the year.
Monday 21st March 2005
Struggling opto chip manufacturer Avanex sees some movement in the long-haul fiber optic market as Alcatel wins a contract to upgrade the world's longest submarine network.
Friday 18th March 2005
No evidence of either embezzlement or division of corporate assets was uncovered in Veeco's investigation of improper accounting transactions at its TurboDisc unit.
Friday 18th March 2005
AXT hires Aixtron's Philip Yin as its new CEO and slashes staff numbers by 100 at its Beijing facility.
Thursday 17th March 2005
Water purification modules based on UV LEDs are a step closer after the first demonstration of bacterial destruction in flowing water with the technology.
Tuesday 15th March 2005
California-based GaAs company Celeritek will cease to exist, now that Mimix Broadband is to acquire its components business.
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Tuesday 15th March 2005
Aixtron’s planned merger with atomic layer deposition technology supplier Genus has now been completed following a special meeting of Genus’ shareholders.
Tuesday 15th March 2005
A new European alliance will develop technology for high-power white LEDs for general lighting applications.
Friday 11th March 2005
Renault demonstrates a high-speed optical fiber network that features resonant-cavity LED transceivers.
Friday 11th March 2005
TriQuint is to lead a $15.8 million project to develop amplifiers based on GaN HEMT devices.
Thursday 10th March 2005
Agilent loses its semiconductor chief, Skyworks claims pole position for power amplifiers in Taiwan, and Aixtron signs a three-year research alliance on high-k dielectrics.
Wednesday 9th March 2005
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has awarded Northrop Grumman an initial $16.5 million to transition GaN microelectronics from development to production.
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Tuesday 8th March 2005
A tiny chip based on an InGaAs/InAlAs structure is said to be the world's first electrically-driven Raman laser.
Tuesday 8th March 2005
By chipping away at the cell phone power amplifier market and also taking share from smaller players, Skyworks Solutions has drawn level with RF Micro Devices as the industry’s top supplier of GaAs devices.
Monday 7th March 2005
Researchers at Fujitsu Laboratories in Tokyo are developing a semiconductor optical amplifier that amplifies, re-shapes and re-times 40Gb/s optical signals without electronic conversion.
Monday 7th March 2005
Finisar's revenue shows a steep increase, Mykrolis has acquired Extraction Systems for $25 million in cash, Eudyna says that it will introduce GaN power devices in 2005, and Bookham licenses its silicon photonics technology to US-based Kotura.
Monday 7th March 2005
Soitec subsidiary Picogiga has adapted its silicon-on-insulator technology to produce 2-inch diameter GaN-on-insulator substrates that could be individually tailored for specific applications.
Friday 4th March 2005
Jenoptik Diode Lab says that it will manufacture laser chips on 3 inch GaAs wafers at its new 1800m2 facility in Berlin, Germany, from early next year.

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