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Friday 4th June 2004
Analyst firm Communications Industry Researchers (CIR) says that the market for active optical components used in fiber networks will grow 5% this year.
Friday 4th June 2004
Toyoda Gosei plans to invest $140 million in the construction of a second factory for manufacturing GaN-based LEDs.
Thursday 3rd June 2004
Strained-silicon specialist AmberWave has won $21 million in a Series D financing round.
Thursday 3rd June 2004
Nichia continues to use its white LED patent portfolio to prevent competitors from selling white LEDs to companies such as Sharper Image and Optronics.
Wednesday 2nd June 2004
A new report from market analyst IDC says that the base station chip market will be worth $1.9 billion this year.
Tuesday 1st June 2004
Modulight has received a new contract to supply lasers for meteorological applications, Osram's LED factory has won an award for energy-efficient manufacturing, Freiberger has a new sales VP and Taiwan's Ligitek has increased its LED production capacity.
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Tuesday 1st June 2004
Bandwidth9's MEMS bridge structure could help in the development of tunable long-wavelength VCSELs.
Tuesday 1st June 2004
The sale of Spectra-Physics to Newport will create one of the largest companies in the photonics industry, with estimated annual sales of $400 million.
Friday 28th May 2004
STMicroelectronics, CEA-Leti and Aixtron say that they have developed a hafnium-based ultra-thin gate-insulation process for advanced CMOS transistors.
Friday 28th May 2004
Bookham is to shut its GaAs production line at the historic Caswell facility in the UK with the loss of 60 jobs.
Thursday 27th May 2004
Nichia ups LED production, RFMD acquires Silicon Wave, Freescale appoints a new CEO, and Sirenza is awarded a patent.
Tuesday 25th May 2004
Engineers at Sony have made an optical head that is compatible with Blu-ray, DVD and CD recording media.
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Tuesday 25th May 2004
Bookham Technology is to acquire optical amplifier specialist Onetta, while confirming that 600 jobs will be lost at its UK packaging facility.
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.
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Tuesday 18th May 2004
Rohm and Agilent report a profit, whilst Aixtron’s improved quarter suggests better times ahead.
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.

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