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Tuesday 2nd December 2003
InP HBT technology developed by Alcatel will now be available through Ommic’s new InP foundry service.
Monday 1st December 2003
The Japanese company plans to increase production of red diodes used to write data to DVDs by 40% next March.
Monday 1st December 2003
TriQuint and Lockheed Martin say that their new process increases GaN HEMT power density 50% beyond conventional devices.
Monday 1st December 2003
The optical recording system for high-definition DVD proposed by NEC and Toshiba gets the all-clear from the DVD Forum.
Thursday 27th November 2003
KLA-Tencor and Soitec are collaborating to develop new SOI wafer inspection technologies to raise material quality and accelerate SOI's advance in sub-90 nm technology.
Tuesday 25th November 2003
WIN Semiconductors and Dutch research center TNO team up on MMIC design, ST Systems cuts 50 jobs, and Albis Optoelectronics appoints a CEO.
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Tuesday 25th November 2003
Eric Hunter has agreed to drop the lawsuit he and his wife filed against Cree in June this year.
Tuesday 25th November 2003
ATMI says that it has reduced the uniform dislocation density in its GaN substrates by an order of magnitude.
Monday 24th November 2003
UK-based technology firm seeks licensees for strain-compensated VCSELs developed at the Cornell Research Foundation.
Friday 21st November 2003
Acquisition of an MOCVD reactor signals the Minneapolis-based company’s impending shift from R&D mode into commercial device production.
Thursday 20th November 2003
Scientists engineer a device that emits 1.3mW at 290nm, and another producing 0.4mW at 275nm.
Thursday 20th November 2003
DMG Technologies and Adtech Technologies have pooled resources to establish Netchip, a Los Angeles-based optoelectronics semiconductor foundry.
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Tuesday 18th November 2003
Two new studies have been released by the US Department of Energy (DOE) that analyze and estimate energy savings from solid-state lighting.
Monday 17th November 2003
Skyworks Solutions and Mimix Broadband have both attained the ISO 9001:2000 quality certification.
Monday 17th November 2003
Two leading developers of InP-based integrated optoelectronic components, the US company ASIP and ThreeFive Photonics of the Netherlands, have merged and at the same time received additional venture funding.
Monday 17th November 2003
IQE has raised around $32 million by issuing new shares, and has described various recent contract wins and other positive signs for growth next year.
Thursday 13th November 2003
Tegal has added another processing technology to its product line, giving it access to a market with good growth potential.
Thursday 13th November 2003
As Emcore prepares to move out the MOCVD systems business, its revenues are starting to rise and the company is forecasting to make an operating profit in 2004.
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Thursday 13th November 2003
AmberWave is now able to grant sublicenses for strained Si technology owned by Agere.
Tuesday 11th November 2003
Mimix Broadband has won the confidence of investors, adding to its balance sheet and board room.
Tuesday 11th November 2003
Norlux is fighting back after a difficult time thanks to the efforts of its founders John DiNardi and Doug Hamilton.
Friday 7th November 2003
The MOCVD equipment manufacturer posts a pre-tax loss of €2.5 million, but says that new orders are on the up.
Friday 7th November 2003
Nanosemiconductor specializes in wafers for quantum-dot lasers and metamorphic microelectronic devices.
Friday 7th November 2003
Spire Corporation faces possible Nasdaq de-listing, Sirenza is awarded a broadband amplifier patent and receives a fresh ISO 9001:2000 certification, while United Monolithic Semiconductors forms a ‘strategic alliance’ with TNO-FEL.

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