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Tuesday 25th May 2004
AXT has appointed a new CEO and CFO after an investigation revealed a lack of adherence to quality procedures.
Friday 21st May 2004
Intune Technologies has released the AltoWave5500, a fiber-optic sensor system incorporating a semiconductor laser for applications such as environmental sensing in the oil and gas industry.
Friday 21st May 2004
Xanoptix and SemiSouth raise cash, AWSC predicts a vast increase in sales, and Stratos Lightwave considers its future.
Thursday 20th May 2004
Akzo Nobel and EpiWorks reveal the benefits of TBP for the growth of red laser epiwafers.
Wednesday 19th May 2004
Sumitomo, which sells Cree’s LED chips to packaging companies in Japan, has agreed to buy LEDs worth $160 million during Cree’s next fiscal year.
Tuesday 18th May 2004
Rohm and Agilent report a profit, whilst Aixtron’s improved quarter suggests better times ahead.
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Tuesday 18th May 2004
JDS Uniphase expects to strengthen its position in the optical data communications market after buying E2O Communications.
Monday 17th May 2004
Mitsubishi demonstrates 23-inch LCD screens with Lumileds LED backlight technology.
Friday 14th May 2004
China Fangda and Giga Epitaxy increase LED production capacity, and Intrinsic Semiconductor offers SiC wafers.
Friday 14th May 2004
Superluminescent LEDs are now deployed in optical networks carrying revenue-generating traffic, says Denselight Semiconductors.
Friday 14th May 2004
Gennum has purchased intellectual property and assets associated with SiGe Semiconductor’s Lightcharger portfolio.
Thursday 13th May 2004
High power LED manufacturer Lumileds has opened a new facility in Malaysia, with three times the capacity of its Penang factory.
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Tuesday 11th May 2004
Toshiba and NEC are developing the necessary infrastructure to manufacture discs for their HD-DVD optical storage format that uses violet lasers the light source.
Monday 10th May 2004
BinOptics has introduced the first product developed using its etched-facet technology, a horizontal-cavity surface-emitting laser.
Thursday 6th May 2004
Emcore has seen strong year-on-year growth in its six-month revenue, while Celeritek is seeing increased demand in its defense business.
Thursday 6th May 2004
Bookham Technology is forecasting a substantial decline in quarterly revenue following the end of a minimum purchase commitment from Nortel.
Wednesday 5th May 2004
Crystal IS has received further funding from DARPA, Inphi has acheived ISO certification and Peregrine has transferred its silicon-on-sapphire process to Oki.
Wednesday 5th May 2004
MetroPhotonics has received funding from Technology Partnerships Canada to continue to develop photonic integrated circuits.
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Wednesday 5th May 2004
TriQuint CEO Ralph Quinsey predicts that the automotive radar market will become a big one for compound semiconductors.
Tuesday 4th May 2004
Two of the largest fiber-optic component manufacturers, JDS Uniphase and Avanex, have reported sequential revenue growth, but Avanex continues to pile up restructuring charges while JDSU offered a disappointing forecast for the current quarter.
Monday 3rd May 2004
Scientists demonstrate the first direct germicidal effect with an ultraviolet LED source
Friday 30th April 2004
Finisar looks to bolster its presence in optical components by acquiring Infineon’s fiber-optics business.
Friday 30th April 2004
Reporting record revenue for the first quarter of 2004, Skyworks also said unit shipments of its PA modules were up 40% over last year.
Thursday 29th April 2004
After a successful year, RF Micro Devices has translated a large revenue increase into a net profit.

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