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Monday 15th September 2003
Endwave Corporation has commenced a development agreement with Nokia Networks to develop a new line of millimeter-wave transceiver modules.
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.
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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.
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.
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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.
Friday 29th August 2003
The Wide Bandgap Materials Group of II-VI Inc, a commercial supplier of SiC substrates, has obtained $843,000 in funding for further development of its Advanced Physical Vapor Transport (APVT) SiC crystal growth technology.
Thursday 28th August 2003
After converting its second GaAs fab to process 6-inch wafers, RFMD has met its next target of obtaining customer qualification of products from the facility.
Wednesday 27th August 2003
RFMD is holding its own in the competitive PA module business, as the 250 millionth module rolls off its production line.
Tuesday 26th August 2003
TriQuint is taking advantage of Amkor’s experience in high-volume flip-chip packaging to ramp up its production of modules using its CuFlip process
Tuesday 26th August 2003
Vitesse has lined up acquisition-hungry Avanex to take over its optical systems business.
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Tuesday 26th August 2003
Japanese researchers are collaborating in an effort to bring the benefits of quantum dots to UV-LEDs.
Wednesday 20th August 2003
IQE says that diminishing losses, its leaner business and rising interest in its products mean steady growth should begin to take hold.
Wednesday 20th August 2003
Kopin is continuing its relationship with NCSU by licensing three patents related to the fabrication of LEDs.
Wednesday 20th August 2003
The UK National Centre for III-V Semiconductor Technologies, which is based at the University of Sheffield, has established a new MBE facility for optoelectronic device research.
Wednesday 20th August 2003
Sensor Electronic Technology, Inc. (SET) has received a patent for its metal oxide semiconductor heterostructure field effect transistor (MOSHFET).
Tuesday 19th August 2003
Lumileds has filed a patent infringement case against its Taiwanese rival Epistar relating to high-brightness AlGaInP LEDs.

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