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Thursday 29th May 2003
Spire has bought back the epiwafer manufacturing subsidiary that it sold to Stratos Lightwave in 1999.
Tuesday 27th May 2003
JDS Uniphase has acquired a pump laser packaging business from TriQuint, while Unaxis Semiconductors has been awarded ISO9001:2000 certification.
Tuesday 27th May 2003
A high price-tag has held back the uptake of white LEDs for many lighting applications. In an interview with Opto & Laser Europe magazine, Frank Steranka, vice-president of research and development at Lumileds, describes the company's strategy for creating cheaper, brighter devices.
Tuesday 27th May 2003
LG has entered the top five of handset manufacturers, according to Strategy Analytics, while Cascade Microtech has announced a strategic licensing agreement with Tokyo Seimitsu.
Tuesday 27th May 2003
Novalux, a semiconductor laser company located in Sunnyvale, California, has secured an additional $16 million dollars in venture capital funding to continue developing and manufacturing its NECSEL (Novalux extended cavity surface emitting laser) technology platform.
Thursday 22nd May 2003
Soitec and ASM are putting their heads together to push the benefits of combining strained silicon with SOI, a move which is expected to squeeze even higher performance from CMOS devices.
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Thursday 22nd May 2003
IQE’s first quarter results confirmed the tough conditions that epiwafer vendors are facing, as it saw revenues fall despite increasing wafer shipments.
Tuesday 20th May 2003
Kulicke and Soffa is to reorganize its facilities in Israel, and Unaxis and Accent have appointed new staff.
Tuesday 20th May 2003
The recent wrangle between the board of Celeritek and a group of shareholders looks to have been resolved without recourse to a poll of shareholders.
Tuesday 20th May 2003
Optical components manufacturers continue to experience mixed fortunes, as Avalon Photonics secures further backing, while Essient Photonics does exactly the opposite.
Tuesday 20th May 2003
AIFOtec has become the second business to leave the Finisar stable in recent months.
Wednesday 14th May 2003
AXT has blamed SARS for a slow-down in sales which have forced it to close its US optoelectronics operations for two weeks.
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Tuesday 13th May 2003
Two more fiber-optic equipment suppliers, Alcatel and Corning, are to exit the optical components businesses.
Tuesday 13th May 2003
Xanoptix and Tyco Electronics have signed a manufacturing agreement for 2D VCSEL transceivers, Endwave has acquired synthesizer product and related assets from Verticom, and Unaxis Semiconductors has appointed a new president.
Tuesday 13th May 2003
Spectrolab has announced the large-scale production of the next generation of space solar cells.
Friday 9th May 2003
Room-temperature electroluminescence at 1.55 microns has been observed in GaAs grown by MBE at low temperature.
Friday 9th May 2003
Infineon and Epigress are to collaborate on the development of SiC epitaxial processes to further reduce the cost of producing SiC devices.
Thursday 8th May 2003
Endwave has reported higher than expected revenues for the first quarter of 2003, while AXT has received ISO9001:2000 qualification for its Optoelectronics division.
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Thursday 8th May 2003
Emcore has reported a 19% sequential increase in revenues for the first quarter of 2003, due to a $7.1 million contribution from its Ortel division, and expects around 20% growth in the second quarter.
Tuesday 6th May 2003
Matheson Tri-Gas has completed a new ammonia plant in Korea and expanded its facility in Texas.
Tuesday 6th May 2003
ATMI's 10-Q reveals the price paid for its epiwafer business, Sirenza relocates its HQ, Tegal transfers to Nasdaq SmallCap market and Luxtron appoints a new agent in Japan.
Tuesday 6th May 2003
Depressed revenues and restructuring charges caused Aixtron to record a net loss of €4.4 million in the first quarter of 2003.
Friday 2nd May 2003
The two leading Japanese manufacturers of nitride LEDs, Nichia and Toyoda Gosei, have both issued separate statements to deny rumors that they are involved in patent licensing agreements with companies in Taiwan.
Friday 2nd May 2003
Rockwell Scientific has received a $15.5 million contract from the US Army to manufacture large-format, small pixel, dual-band (two-color) infrared focal plane arrays (FPAs).

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