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Tuesday 13th April 2004
A GaAs crystal is a fundamental part of a first step towards wireless communication at terahertz frequencies.
Tuesday 13th April 2004
The market analyst company Strategy Analytics says that Eudyna Devices can leapfrog its rivals to challenge the likes of RF Micro Devices and TriQuint.
Thursday 8th April 2004
The component manufacturer says that its sales figures will come in at the top end of its previously-announced guidance.
Wednesday 7th April 2004
Spectrolab’s multi-junction solar cells are inducted into the Space Technology Hall of Fame, Nokia drops a bombshell, DVD optical pick-up prices drop in Asia and white LEDs are boosted by increasing sales of megapixel camera phones.
Tuesday 6th April 2004
Within two weeks of announcing its intentions, Cree has acquired ATMI’s GaN group for $10.25 million in cash.
Monday 5th April 2004
Jazz Semiconductor has won a contract to manufacture Magnolia Broadband’s new radio chip that improves cell phone battery life.
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Thursday 1st April 2004
Japanese heavyweights Fujitsu and Sumitomo Electric name their joint-venture company “Eudyna Devices”.
Thursday 1st April 2004
At the Lightfair International show in Las Vegas, Lumileds has launched a support program that is designed to increase the penetration of LED products in the general lighting market.
Wednesday 31st March 2004
Greg Olsen, the founder of Epitaxx and current CEO of Sensors Unlimited, is set to spend a week on the International Space Station in April 2005.
Tuesday 30th March 2004
AlN substrate manufacturer Crystal IS has received two SBIR awards to investigate epi-ready substrates and the benefits of quantum dot technology.
Monday 29th March 2004
The abstract deadline for the Compound Semiconductor Manufacturing Expo (CS-MAX) technical conference, organized by Compound Semiconductor magazine, has now been extended until 18th June 2004. Call for Papers information and instructions are available via the link below.
Monday 29th March 2004
TriQuint has tailored its latest GaAs HBT power amplifier foundry process for high-power applications such as GSM and CDMA.
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Thursday 25th March 2004
Further consolidation in the III-V industry, as materials and equipment supplier ATMI sells its GaN epitaxy and substrates business to Cree.
Wednesday 24th March 2004
After a tough year, IQE is looking forward to a more fruitful 2004, Accent Optical Technologies files for an IPO, and TDK joins the Blu-ray club.
Monday 22nd March 2004
Wireless cellular networks currently account for more than two-thirds of all power amplifiers, according to ABI Research, although this percentage is likely to decline in the next five years.
Monday 22nd March 2004
A new report from the analyst Frost & Sullivan predicts that the SiGe device market will grow at an annual average of 42% and reach over $2 billion by 2006.
Sunday 21st March 2004
RF Micro Devices has begun pre-production shipments of its Polaris Total Radio transceiver, almost doubling its accessible market in cellular handsets.
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.
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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.
Tuesday 16th March 2004
Cree and Boston University have settled the patent infringement lawsuit launched against AXT in June last year.

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