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Wednesday 24th September 2003
ST Microelectronics has made further progress with its light-emitting silicon devices, and expects to have a commercial, all-silicon optocoupler product within six months.
Tuesday 23rd September 2003
Cree has demonstrated record-breaking R&D results for its blue and white LEDs, and has also announced its newest product line of XThin LEDs.
Monday 22nd September 2003
Bookham Technology has announced a definitive agreement to acquire New Focus, a leading provider of photonics and microwave products to non-telecom diversified markets.
Monday 22nd September 2003
Anadigics has opened a new application center in Taipei, Taiwan to support growing customer demand for the company’s WLAN, CDMA, and GSM RF products.
Friday 19th September 2003
Mimix Broadband, Inc., a fabless semiconductor company for wireless communications based in Houston, Texas, has secured $6.7 million in an initial close of its second round of institutional funding.
Friday 19th September 2003
Crystal IS is making rapid progress in developing high-quality AlN substrates and has now demonstrated 25 mm wafers.
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Friday 19th September 2003
Researchers from Bookham Technology will be discussing at ECOC a new method for fabricating DFB lasers which promises to cut costs and raise yields for these complex devices.
Thursday 18th September 2003
Veeco is suing a rival AFM company for patent infringements, Tegal will stay listed on the Nasdaq SmallCap, and K&S has officially opened its new plant near Shanghai.
Thursday 18th September 2003
Valeo, a major automotive supplier, has announced that it is developing bright white LED-based lights for a wide range of front lighting applications.
Wednesday 17th September 2003
Trumpf Photonics gains a new general manager, Lamina Ceramics teams with Kemet, Amkor expands in Taiwan, and Agilent establishes an IC test development center in Hong Kong
Monday 15th September 2003
RF Micro Devices is the leading supplier of power amplifiers for wireless handsets manufactured in Taiwan, according to figures released by Market Intelligence Center.
Monday 15th September 2003
Endwave Corporation has commenced a development agreement with Nokia Networks to develop a new line of millimeter-wave transceiver modules.
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Thursday 11th September 2003
TriQuint has added to the current upbeat sentiment surrounding those companies providing ICs for wireless communications.
Thursday 11th September 2003
Two major electronics and optoelectronics businesses are combining their talents to take optical communication technology down to the chip level.
Tuesday 9th September 2003
IBM has successfully demonstrated two new technologies for fabricating Si-based transistors that could enter mass production before too long.
Monday 8th September 2003
Veeco’s seminar and webcast discussing the convergence of the silicon and compound semiconductor industries takes place on Tuesday September 9.
Monday 8th September 2003
IXYS Corporation, which manufactures high-performance power semiconductors and specialized ICs, has acquired a small US GaAs IC manufacturer, Microwave Technology.
Monday 8th September 2003
RF Micro Devices has announced that it expects its revenue, gross margin and earnings for the quarter ending September 30, 2003 to exceed the company's prior guidance provided on July 15, 2003.
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Saturday 6th September 2003
Dow Corning has bought together its various wide bandgap semiconductor activities under a new business unit called Dow Corning Compound Semiconductor Solutions (DCCSS), located in Midland, MI.
Friday 5th September 2003
OCP has relocated its corporate headquarters, Sirenza has been awarded a patent on a thermally distributed feedback amplifier, and WJ Communications has achieved ISO 9001:2000 certification.
Thursday 4th September 2003
Osram Opto Semiconductors has announced the development of blue thin-film LEDs that have an extraction efficiency of up to 75%.
Tuesday 2nd September 2003
Worldwide shipments of mobile phone handsets rose significantly in the second quarter of 2003, according to figures from Gartner.
Tuesday 2nd September 2003
Jazz plans to introduce the world’s fastest SiGe technology, a novel optical disc technology has been developed that stores 200 Gb of data, and NTT DoCoMo plans to launch a 14 Mbit/s 3G cell phone service in early 2005.
Monday 1st September 2003
NTT, in collaboration with the University of Ulm, Germany, has developed a diamond semiconductor device with an operating frequency of 81 GHz.

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