24 August 2010


Latest issue of Semiconductor Today now available

For coverage of all the key business and technology developments in compound semiconductors and advanced silicon materials and devices over the last month, see the new issue of Semiconductor Today magazine.

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Semiconductor Today - Latest issuePublished today and free of charge, Semiconductor Today’s latest issue covers all that is new in gallium arsenide (GaAs), indium phosphide (InP), nitrides, silicon carbide (SiC), silicon germanium (SiGe) and other semiconductor materials. The magazine also covers the devices and applications that these materials enable.

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Articles in this issue include: 

  • Intel takes further step toward Terabit/s data transmission
  • Tohoku and Sony develop first 100W blue-violet ultra-fast pulsed semiconductor laser
  • Low threshold for m-plane nitride semiconductor lasing
  • Nitride superluminescence expands blue-violet capability
  • AlN substrate used to make 260-240nm UV LEDs
  • InAlN barrier strain used to shift nitride transistor thresholds

Plus, there’s the news from organisations such as: 5N Plus, Advanced Photonix, Aixtron, Amonix, Anadigics, AQT, Arima, Asahi Kasei, Avago, AWSC, AXT, BluGlass, Bridgelux, Concentrix, Cree, Crystal IS, Daystar, Emcore, EMF, Epilight, Epistar, EpiWorks, EV Group, Ferrotec, First Solar, Forepi, Gigoptix, Hittite, IMEC, Infinera, Innolume, Inphi, Intel, IQE, Jordan Valley, LayTec, Lumileds, Luminus, Matheson Tri-Gas, Maxtek, Metryx, Microsemi, Mitsubishi, Nanometrics, Neo-Neon, Nitronex, NREL, Oclaro, Opel Solar, Oplink, Opnext, Osram, Oxford Instruments Plasma Technology, Panasonic, Plasma-Therm, Praxair, RFMD, Riber, Rubicon, Samsung, Sanan, SEI, SemiLEDs, Skyworks, SOITEC, Solar Metrology, Solyndra, Sony, SPTS, Teledyne, Temescal, Tiger Optics, TriQuint, UCSB, Veeco, VPEC, Wafer Technology, WIN Semiconductor, and much more.

See company profiles from Aixtron, EV Group, Goodfellow,
, LayTec, Oxford Instruments, and Veeco.

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