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Monday 25th April 2005
The Telecommunications Industry Association says that the market for WiMAX infrastructure in the US will grow dramatically to reach $290 million in 2008.
Friday 22nd April 2005
Alphion and Intense register substantial new investment, and nLight appoints a VP of manufacturing operations.
Thursday 21st April 2005
The market leader in cellphone handsets now says that 740 million units will sell in 2005, up from a previous estimate of 705 million.
Wednesday 20th April 2005
AXT’s decommissioning of its Fremont facilities contributes to a $4.1 million quarterly loss, and Sirenza points to customer order deferrals for its disappointing sales figures.
Tuesday 19th April 2005
Chip manufacturer Oki Electric says that it has plans to develop its highly-efficient GaAs MESFET, which is about to enter volume shipping for 3G base stations, for WiMAX applications.
Monday 18th April 2005
As it lands involvement in two NASA contracts for solar cell development, Emcore says that it will consolidate its photovoltaics operations into a single, highly-automated facility in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
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Monday 18th April 2005
With Raytheon and Cree finally confirming their involvement in DARPA's wide-bandgap semiconductors for RF applications effort, the DARPA program manager outlines some of the challenges facing the companies involved on the three-track program.
Friday 15th April 2005
With an output of 10 W in the 2 GHz region, Cree's GaN amplifier operates with 84 percent power-added efficiency.
Friday 15th April 2005
CyOptics becomes a "top-five" supplier of InP-based optoelectronics through its acquisition of TriQuint's InP chip manufacturing business.
Friday 15th April 2005
Despite a slight fall in revenue, Cree says that a shift in its product mix has improved its gross margin.
Tuesday 12th April 2005
Scientists at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign achieve 604 GHz transistor speed by compositionally grading the collector, base and emitter.
Tuesday 12th April 2005
II-VI, SemiSouth and Mississippi State University will establish a SiC substrate manufacturing facility in Starkville, MS, and Anadigics ships its 25 millionth InGaP power amplifier for wireless LAN applications.
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Tuesday 12th April 2005
The GaAs content in cellular handsets will increase by over 40 percent over the next three years, says RF Micro Devices.
Monday 11th April 2005
The operating temperature of semiconductor lasers emitting at 4.5 µm reaches new heights.
Friday 8th April 2005
Sharper Image and Nichia do a deal over white LEDs rather than resorting to a courtroom battle.
Friday 8th April 2005
Crystal IS makes a local move to a larger facility in Green Island, Agilent awards prize to spintronics scientists, and Fairchild and Comlase make executive changes.
Friday 8th April 2005
BinOptics claims that its etched-facet technology should cut the cost of 405 nm lasers for HD DVD applications by delivering higher yields and reducing testing and packaging costs.
Thursday 7th April 2005
VCSEL manufacturer Picolight lands $13 million in venture funding that it says will enable it to bring 1310nm products into volume production.
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Tuesday 5th April 2005
Emcore receives $13.2 million cash earn-out from Veeco, Nichia reportedly plans ambitious spending, ST Systems puts a line under another tough year, and Jazz Semiconductor joins California's Fab Owners Association.
Tuesday 5th April 2005
Revenue growth in the GaAs microelectronics industry will virtually grind to a halt in 2005 due to slower growth in handset shipments according to market research firm Strategy Analytics.
Tuesday 5th April 2005
After experiencing its "most difficult year ever" in 2003, Aixtron bounced back to profitability in 2004 as revenue soared 55% year-on-year.
Monday 4th April 2005
Scientists investigate the environmental impact of Africa’s vegetation burning with the first-ever four-band infrared camera.
Monday 4th April 2005
Bookham's latest supply deal with Nortel includes a $50 million contract for soon-to-be-discontinued components produced at its Paignton, UK, facility.
Friday 1st April 2005
MBE equipment vendor Riber reports a hefty operating loss for fiscal 2004 after feeling the effects of weak demand for its machines and the slumping value of the US dollar.

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