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Thursday 17th July 2003
Researchers at Sandia National Laboratories have fabricated what is claimed to be the first white LED using quantum dots in place of a conventional phosphor.
Thursday 17th July 2003
Nokia continues to gain market share but the weak US dollar hit its sales and profitabilty results.
Wednesday 16th July 2003
RFMD's net loss for the June 2003 quarter was $8.1 million, while its revenue fell by 4.9% from the previous quarter to $131.5 million.
Wednesday 16th July 2003
Three European organizations are joining forces to develop germanium-on-insulator (GeOI) wafers to meet the challenges posed by developing chip processing technologies with dimensions of less than 45 nm.
Tuesday 15th July 2003
MBE equipment manufacturer Veeco is to sponsor an award for individuals that have influenced the development of MBE technology.
Tuesday 15th July 2003
Japanese LED manufacturer Seiwa Electric plans to increase its production capacity for blue LEDs to 10 million units per month.
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Tuesday 15th July 2003
The strained SOI partnership between Soitec and ASM International has demonstrated 200 mm SiGe-on-insulator substrates.
Tuesday 15th July 2003
Gallium nitride substrate supplier Kyma Technologies has been awarded 4 government contracts totaling $1 million.
Tuesday 15th July 2003
The Compound Semiconductor Forum (CS Forum) has launched an environmental, safety and health survey for the compound semiconductor industry.
Friday 11th July 2003
Endwave share prices shot up by over 60% following positive predictions from management, while Tegal has developed a new sputter deposition process that could help LED manufacturers.
Wednesday 9th July 2003
Nichia has reached an out-of-court settlement with a Korean LED manufacturer that had copied Nichia's designs.
Wednesday 9th July 2003
Anadigics has shipped more than one million InGaP HBT PAs since its announcement of the acquisition of a wireless local area network (WLAN) PA product line in April, 2003.
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Tuesday 8th July 2003
Veeco and the University of California Santa Barbara have entered a collaboration to develop and transfer MBE growth processes for various device structures, including HBTs, lasers and VCSELs.
Monday 7th July 2003
Anadigics is to reduce the number of its issued stock options, Bookham Technology has acquired Cierra Photonics and Cutting Edge Optronics has earned ISO 9001:2000 certification.
Friday 4th July 2003
StratEdge, a company that designs and produces packages for high-speed semiconductors, has reached an agreement for a management buyout of the corporation.
Friday 4th July 2003
Seiko Epson, the leading supplier of color liquid-crystal display (LCD) panels for wireless handsets, expects that the number of handsets shipped with color screens will increase from 10-15% of total handsets in 2002 to 30-40% in 2003.
Thursday 3rd July 2003
Nortel is cutting its stake in Bookham, Modulight has gained ISO14001 certification, and details of two conferences are announced.
Thursday 3rd July 2003
Agilent is closing its fiber-optic component fab in the UK, meaning that almost all of the company's optoelectronic devices will now be fabricated in Singapore.
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Thursday 3rd July 2003
Infineon has used its 200 GHz SiGe:C bipolar process to demonstrate high-frequency ICs with world-record performance, as well as an integrated 77 GHz automotive radar transceiver.
Wednesday 2nd July 2003
CST Global Ltd, a laser diode manufacturer based in Glasgow, Scotland, has won a contract to develop reliable laser diodes that could eventually be implemented in laser-pumped atomic clocks.
Tuesday 1st July 2003
The indium phosphide electronics market has received a boost with the news that Vitesse has received a $6 million DARPA contract to develop InP ICs for military communications, in collaboration with BAE Systems and the University of Illinois.
Tuesday 1st July 2003
ThreeFive Photonics BV, a fabless developer and supplier of monolithically integrated InP-based optoelectronic chips based in the Netherlands, has filed a "suspension of payments" request with the Dutch court.
Monday 30th June 2003
The increasing use of via holes and other 3D features is posing a challenge to conventional resist technologies. Henry Hendriks, James Tajadod and John Klocke describe a solution.
Friday 27th June 2003
North Carolina's version of Dynasty rumbles on, with three further events on June 26 relating to the $3 billion lawsuit filed by Eric Hunter and his wife against Cree and Hunter's brother Neal.

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