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Wednesday 21st September 2005
Optical chip manufacturer Finisar has entered a potentially lucrative consumer market, with its VCSELs now featuring in a line of computer peripherals made by Logitech.
Tuesday 20th September 2005
Aided by Cambridge University researchers, UK company Element Six says that it has fabricated a diamond Schottky-barrier diode that could challenge SiC in wide-bandgap applications.
Monday 19th September 2005
Announcing itself at ICSCRM in Pittsburgh, local company Caracal claims that it can cut the cost of SiC wafers by 90 percent.
Thursday 15th September 2005
Fiber-optic module maker Xanoptix has morphed into Cubic Wafer, and the company is now focused on three-dimensional integration of silicon and III-V chips.
Thursday 15th September 2005
As reported last month, Cree has signed a $15 million contract with the US Air Force. Now Cree has revealed that some of those funds will be used to switch SiC MMIC production to 4-inch substrates.
Thursday 15th September 2005
A deposition technology developed at Arizona State University allows low-temperature fabrication of low-defect, germanium-rich layers of SiGe, and should help the development of quantum-dot optoelectronics.
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Wednesday 14th September 2005
Tegal shareholders approve a re-financing deal, RF Nitro Communications founder Joseph Smart joins the Crystal IS executive team, Bookham raises more cash, and Nokia says that it is going to sell more phones than previously expected.
Tuesday 13th September 2005
Cree has opened an innovation center for packaged LED lighting components in Hong Kong, Bookham is to make a public offering of up to 9.2 million shares in common stock, and the Nasdaq exchange tells Avanex that it will be de-listed unless its share price moves above the $1 figure.
Tuesday 13th September 2005
Toshiba has developed a four-chip transistor based on GaN that emits 174 W at 6 GHz.
Monday 12th September 2005
Agility Communications, a producer of tunable lasers for customers that include Siemens, Marconi and ECI, is to be acquired by JDS Uniphase.
Thursday 8th September 2005
Osram has released its first visible-range laser, an AlGaInP-based 650 nm emitter suitable for medical applications.
Wednesday 7th September 2005
Vitesse Semiconductor releases a new line of InP-based photodiodes in response to what it describes as a "resurgent" optical communications market.
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Wednesday 7th September 2005
InGaAs photodetector manufacturer Sensors Unlimited is set to be acquired by Goodrich Corporation, a Fortune 500 company and a big player in the global aerospace industry.
Tuesday 6th September 2005
Infinera says that Flag Telecom has deployed its InP photonic integrated circuits in some key Asian and European metropolitan networks.
Tuesday 6th September 2005
Wide-bandgap electronics could become part of the fast-growing Indian economy, as the country's technology ministry details its future goals.
Monday 5th September 2005
Sales from JDS Uniphase’s optical communication business are up by nearly one-quarter year-on-year, but these revenue increases have made little impact on this division’s gross margin.
Monday 5th September 2005
The governments of China and Japan plan a long-term co-operation on the development and standardization of future mobile communications technologies.
Friday 2nd September 2005
In its laboratories, Cree has demonstrated XLamp high-power LEDs with an output of 86 lumens and an efficacy of 70 lumen/W.
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Wednesday 31st August 2005
Germany-based chip giant Infineon Technologies says that its new SiGe HBTs can match the performance of GaAs transistors.
Tuesday 30th August 2005
Avanex restructuring boosts gross margin, Sirenza gains a patent for increasing amplifier linearity, and AXT appoints a former Aixtron executive to head its sales and marketing division.
Tuesday 30th August 2005
A report from analyst company iSuppli suggests that major investment in research is needed before LEDs can compete effectively in general illumination.
Friday 26th August 2005
Princeton Lightwave aims to dramatically increase the output power of its InP diode-pumped Er:YAG lasers through funding from the Department of Energy.
Friday 26th August 2005
With a major contract for solar panels in the pipeline, Emcore decides to re-open its manufacturing facility in City of Industry, California.
Thursday 25th August 2005
Jenoptik pushes the output power of diodes to a new level.

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