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Friday 23rd January 2004
Nokia expects unit shipments of mobile handsets to grow by about 10% this year, following a very successful 2003.
Thursday 22nd January 2004
Infineon is looking at various options to sell or spin off its struggling fiber-optic components business.
Thursday 22nd January 2004
Sensor Electronic Technology has been award two SBIR contracts to develop nitride-based transistors and UV emitters on bulk AlN substrates.
Wednesday 21st January 2004
Providing evidence of the current strength in the wireless market, RFMD has reported yet another record for quarterly revenue.
Wednesday 21st January 2004
Xanoptix, a manufacturer of high-density parallel optics and 2D VCSEL-based transceivers, has completed the acquisition of AraLight, which makes high-density optoelectronic components.
Tuesday 20th January 2004
Spire Corporation has received a grant to develop low-noise avalanche photodiodes, which should improve the performance of fiber-optic communication systems.
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Tuesday 20th January 2004
A semiconductor disk laser that emits 610 nm could replace traditional sources of orange light.
Tuesday 20th January 2004
The laser diode market grew by a healthy 26% in 2003, while wireless LAN shipments grew by an amazing 214%.
Tuesday 20th January 2004
Global revenues from sales of fiber-optic components leapt 8% in the third quarter of last year, underscoring the long-awaited stabilization of the market and confirming that component vendors are finally poised for growth.
Monday 19th January 2004
The company’s Semiconductor Devices division gears up to ship 10,000 laser diode modules per year, with mass production slated to start in April.
Saturday 17th January 2004
Revenue jumps 28% year-on-year as the LED manufacturer looks to invest in its next generation of products.
Wednesday 14th January 2004
At the 2004 Detroit Auto Show, LEDs appear in the headlights of a production automobile for the first time.
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Tuesday 13th January 2004
Princeton Lightwave appoints three new senior executives, Rohm fabricates a high-efficiency VCSEL and SiGe Semiconductor ships its 10 millionth IC.
Monday 12th January 2004
Computer manufacturers Hewlett-Packard and Dell are set to join the Blu-ray founders in drafting standards for the new-format discs.
Friday 9th January 2004
From April, the Japanese company will produce 500 000 high-output lasers per month for high-speed DVD recorders.
Friday 9th January 2004
UK-based Sharp Laboratories of Europe has made the first blue-violet laser diodes to be grown using MBE.
Thursday 8th January 2004
Following NEC’s similar announcement late last year, Toshiba has also now developed a prototype high-definition DVD player.
Thursday 8th January 2004
The European Union, IMEC, ST Microelectronics and others have begun a three-year project to integrate InP-based optical interconnects and silicon ICs.
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Thursday 8th January 2004
ATMI is seeing substantial revenue growth, AXT expects its primary markets to grow next year and Skyworks has appointed a new CFO.
Tuesday 6th January 2004
The research team that created the world’s fastest bipolar transistor has now fabricated the first light-emitting HBT.
Tuesday 6th January 2004
Nichia, Toyoda and Matsushita are working on LED lighting standards with Japan’s Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry.
Tuesday 6th January 2004
Two Japanese industrial gas companies, Nippon Sanso Corporation and Taiyo Toyo Sanso, have announced plans to merge later this year.
Monday 5th January 2004
Aixtron and Osram Opto are among five companies trying to bring the European photonics industry closer together.
Monday 5th January 2004
The Japanese electronics giants plan to consolidate their compound semiconductor device operations by creating a joint venture company.

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