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Monday 28th October 2002
LumiLeds and Nichia have put aside their differences, entering a cross-licensing agreement that should accelerate LED technology and its adoption for general lighting.
Friday 25th October 2002
DARPA has awarded Rockwell Scientific a $1.8 million contract to develop high-efficiency megawatt SiC power switches.
Friday 25th October 2002
Kopin's revenue rose 5% in the September quarter, but may fall by 25-30% in the December quarter due to the company's failure to sign a purchase agreement with its largest customer for III-V epiwafers.
Friday 25th October 2002
TriQuint has reported a 16% sequential increase in revenue for the September quarter.
Thursday 24th October 2002
AXT has been hit by price declines for GaAs substrates and lower orders for optoelectronic devices, while Riber's backlog has improved with orders for four new MBE machines.
Wednesday 23rd October 2002
MOCVD equipment manufacturer Aixtron has grown GaAs epitaxial structures on 8-inch wafers in a multi-wafer MOCVD system.
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Wednesday 23rd October 2002
Tuesday 22nd October 2002
Vitesse's revenues fell slightly on a sequential basis in the September quarter, and the company has switched emphasis from the long-haul telecom market to the enterprise and storage segments.
Tuesday 22nd October 2002
TriQuint has moved into the opto business by buying a large part of Agere's optoelectronics business, and will now become one of the world's leading suppliers of optical modules and components.
Monday 21st October 2002
10 Gbit/s datacom transceiver use to reach $3.26 billion in 2006, Agere and Infineon enter WLAN alliance, Tyco to manufacture 2D VCSEL transceivers, Agility and Opto Speed appoint distributors.
Monday 21st October 2002
Anadigics' revenues could drop below $20 million in the fourth quarter, although cost-cutting measures are expected to reduce its losses.
Friday 18th October 2002
Cree's LED sales were up more than 50 percent in the September quarter fueled by new design wins in a number of applications including cell phones.
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Thursday 17th October 2002
Celeritek's revenues grew slightly in the September quarter, and the company also plans to acquire a fabless designer of PA modules.
Thursday 17th October 2002
Strong demand for new handset models boosted Nokia's profits in the September quarter, and the company reiterated its forecast for total sales of 400 million units in 2002.
Wednesday 16th October 2002
RFMD plans to start production of 6-inch GaAs HBTs in the March 2003 quarter, and has reported record revenues for its most recent quarter.
Wednesday 16th October 2002
ATMI has written off $34.6 million to account for its GaAs epiwafer business, and hopes to transfer the assets to a new venture.
Tuesday 15th October 2002
The recent company closure and merger activity in the optical components industry has continued with the announcement that OCP has bought VCSEL manufacturer, Cielo Communications.
Tuesday 15th October 2002
Beam Express, a spin-off from EPFL in Switzerland, has developed an optically-pumped 1550 nm tunable VCSEL.
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Tuesday 15th October 2002
Well known for its high brightness LEDs, Osram Opto is also developing GaN-based blue lasers and has reported a steady improvement in the lifetime of its devices
Monday 14th October 2002
A group at Fujitsu Laboratories in Japan has continued with its run of record breaking devices by reporting an InP-based HEMT with an ft of 562 GHz, making it the fastest transistor ever made
Friday 11th October 2002
Schott now has a majority stake in ULM Photonics, while Applied Optoelectronics has earned ISO 9001:2000 certification.
Tuesday 8th October 2002
Sensors Unlimited is breaking away from Finisar - the company that acquired it two years ago - to form a privately held entity focusing on applications for InGaAs photodiode arrays and cameras in military, industrial spectroscopy and telecommunications markets.
Monday 7th October 2002
The rumors and speculation over who might buy Nortel’s optical components business have come to an end with the announcement that Bookham Technology is to take over some of the unit's assets
Friday 4th October 2002
Thermo VG Semicon and UMIST are to open an MBE process development laboratory in the UK, Cerxon has added a thick film hybrid prototyping laboratory to its production plant in Virginia and Riber has reported sharply lower sales for the first half of 2002.

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