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Monday 8th March 2004
Following approval from authorities and shareholders, Bookham Technology adds New Focus to its long list of acquisitions.
Thursday 4th March 2004
Under a joint development program, Epiworks and Akzo Nobel will make optoelectronic structures using liquid rather than gaseous Group V source materials.
Thursday 4th March 2004
White LEDs used in mobile phones for screen and keypad backlighting have plummeted in price as competition between manufacturers grows.
Tuesday 2nd March 2004
Companies based in Taiwan, South Korea and China manufactured 16.8 billion high-brightness (HB)-LED chips in 2003, claims a report.
Tuesday 2nd March 2004
German LED manufacturer Osram Opto Semiconductors is supplying LEDs for use in the head-up display of the new BMW 5 Series.
Monday 1st March 2004
Supply and demand of optical fiber are badly mismatched, according to a market report from KMI Research.
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Monday 1st March 2004
Osram and Samsung Electro-Mechanics have signed a patent licensing agreement under which the Korean company will manufacture white LEDs.
Wednesday 25th February 2004
At the fiber-optic industry's key annual meeting, the mood is mildly optimistic, while speakers are divided over the prospects for the potentially lucrative "fiber-to-the-home" market.
Wednesday 25th February 2004
The UK-based InP optoelectronics specialist has increased its workforce to 65 thanks to increasing interest from the printing and defense markets.
Wednesday 25th February 2004
The chip-making giant says that its all-silicon RF chip for GSM handsets threatens the potential market for SiGe BiCMOS technology.
Tuesday 24th February 2004
OEpic has received numerous Photonics Technology Access Program awards, Soitec has licensed its Smart Cut technology to Siltronic, Omron has bought a backlight business and a new fiber-optic transceiver MSA has been announced.
Tuesday 24th February 2004
Among the many new products at this week's Optical Fiber Communications conference (OFC) were offerings from Infineon, Picolight, OpNext, Santur, Bookham and DMG.
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Monday 23rd February 2004
RF Micro Devices begins shipping its EDGE-capable power amplifier module to a “top-tier” handset manufacturer.
Friday 20th February 2004
The GaAs HBT, high-brightness LED and liquid crystal microdisplay manufacturer posts a 21% increase in sales on the back of strong demand for its III-V products.
Friday 20th February 2004
The combined company, called Archcom, will offer both transmit optical components and InP-based photodiodes from now on.
Thursday 19th February 2004
A new data storage material that is sensitive to blue light could accelerate the development of holographic disk drives.
Thursday 19th February 2004
Fujitsu Laboratories has developed an InP HEMT chipset for 40Gbps optical communication that consumes less than 1W power.
Tuesday 17th February 2004
A fabless tunable laser supplier is to introduce products based on its unique Y-branch design.
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Tuesday 17th February 2004
Nokia Networks has extended its agreement to purchase MMIC-based transceivers from Endwave for its microwave radios.
Tuesday 17th February 2004
GaN-based LED and laser manufacturer Nichia Corporation expects to record sales of 220 billion yen ($2.1 billion) during its current fiscal year ending December 31, 2004, according to a report in the Nihon Keizai Shimbun newspaper in Japan.
Monday 16th February 2004
Endwave teams up with Signal Technology on millimetre-wave defense systems, Alfalight appoints a new CEO and Mototrola goes “Freescale”.
Friday 13th February 2004
Intel has made a high-speed optical modulator from silicon that could threaten III-V fiber-optic components.
Thursday 12th February 2004
The UK-based fiber-optic and RF components manufacturer racked up a $125 million loss in a year of consolidation.
Wednesday 11th February 2004
II-VI and Sensor Electronic Technology have signed a joint marketing and sales agreement for III-nitride epitaxial wafers.

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