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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.
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.
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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.
Monday 22nd December 2003
A report from Communications Industry Researchers (CIR) predicts that the LED market will grow from $3.2 billion to $5.6 billion over the next five years.
Friday 19th December 2003
NEC has developed a DVD optical head technology capable of recording and playing back both current- and next-generation DVDs.
Friday 19th December 2003
Filtronic is to sell its Solid State business, Motorola has filed for an IPO for its semiconductor business, Kopin and Denselight have received ISO certification, MKS has opened an office in China and OMI has a new distributor.
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Tuesday 16th December 2003
Raboutet has appointed Mi-Net as its UK sales representative, RFMD has sold its 350 millionth PA module, and a new report from CIR outlines the opportunities in the 10 Gbit/s market.
Monday 15th December 2003
Mitsubishi Electric has successfully developed a directly-modulated 10 Gbit/s DFB laser diode that will be used for 10 Gbit/s optical telecommunications.
Monday 15th December 2003
Cree has developed GaN power transistors with power densities almost three times higher than previously reported.
Monday 15th December 2003
A process for enhancement- and depletion-mode PHEMT manufacture enables higher levels of integration in RF front-end design for wireless systems.
Friday 12th December 2003
Four Chinese optical component vendors have merged to create a diversified optics and photonics manufacturing company called Photop Technologies.
Thursday 11th December 2003
TriQuint has raised its revenue forecast for the December 2003 quarter, Alfalight has received Telcordia qualification for some of its diode laser products, and Palomar has achieved ISO9001:2000 certification.
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Tuesday 9th December 2003
Sensors Unlimited wins a $2m contract from the US Air Force to develop a camera for high-resolution, three-dimensional imaging.
Tuesday 9th December 2003
Optimized epitaxial growth enables the Japanese company to fabricate a GaN HEMT amplifier suitable for 3G wireless base stations.
Tuesday 9th December 2003
According to market research firm Gartner, mobile phone sales totaled 132.8 million units in the third quarter of 2003, and total sales for the whole year could reach 500 million units.
Tuesday 9th December 2003
Cree has increased its revenue projection for the final quarter of 2003, start-up Canyon Semiconductor has received DARPA funding and CyOptics has relocated its headquarters.
Monday 8th December 2003
Two of the leading compound semiconductor foundry companies in Taiwan and the US have agreed to join forces.
Thursday 4th December 2003
The Communicant Semiconductor project has ground to a halt after investors decided to cut their losses, while MetroPhotonics and Soitec have strengthened their sales efforts in Asia.

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