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Monday 17th June 2002
TriQuint Semiconductor has bought selected assets of IBM's wireless phone chipset business
Monday 17th June 2002
Emcore will invest in Qusion Technologies, a 3-year old company that recently began manufacture of InP-based electroabsorption modulators for 10 Gbit/s metro applications.
Thursday 13th June 2002
Japanese scientists have developed a GaAs-based single-photon detector that operates at microwave frequencies
Wednesday 12th June 2002
Infineon Technologies has bought Ericsson Microelectronics for Euro 400 million
Tuesday 11th June 2002
Around $10 million has been invested by Anadigics to double its manufacturing capacity.
Tuesday 11th June 2002
Well known for its GaN MOCVD production tools, Emcore has been awarded a DARPA contract for the development of epiwafers for GaN-based high-power RF electronic devices.
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Monday 10th June 2002
New InP-based tunable sources from US start-up Santur are set to replace fixed-wavelength DFB laser rivals.
Monday 10th June 2002
Due to increased demand from handset makers, Cree has raised its revenue expectations for the June quarter.
Monday 10th June 2002
Kopin's business looks buoyant as it reaffirms expectations of more than 10% growth in its HBT epiwafer and CyberDisplay units
Friday 7th June 2002
Strategies Unlimited predicts a $0.5 billion market for InP-based electronic devices by 2006.
Friday 7th June 2002
The delayed introduction of various handset models spells trouble for RFMD.
Thursday 6th June 2002
The persistent market downturn is to blame for further job cuts at Alcatel Optronics.
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Thursday 6th June 2002
GCS has revealed its future production strategy in anticipation of the recovery of wireless markets and new demand for WLAN products.
Wednesday 5th June 2002
Fabless InP IC manufacturer Inphi has received another injection of capital.
Wednesday 5th June 2002
Two leading suppliers of metalorganic precursors have announced a merger plan.
Tuesday 4th June 2002
Uniroyal's deal to sell its Sterling Semiconductor unit to Umicore has been terminated.
Friday 31st May 2002
Raytheon will transfer its high-volume InGaP HBT production to WIN Semiconductors’ 6 inch GaAs foundry, allowing it to focus its own 4 inch foundry on lower-volume commercial and military products.
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