31 March 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.

Semiconductor Today: March 2010 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:

  • Accelerating the growth of the HB-LED industry
  • Gate control of terahertz transistor emission frequency
  • Reducing GaN HEMT degradation with InAlN barrier
  • Nitride transistors get ready for market

Plus, there’s the news from organisations such as: 5N Plus, Abound Solar, Agilent, Aixtron, Anadigics, Ascent Solar, Avago, Avancis, AWR, AXT, Calyxo, Cascade Microtech, Circadian Solar, Concentrix, Cree, DayStar, Digi-Key, E-Band, Emcore, Epistar, EV Group, Finisar, Firecomms, First Solar, Forepi, General Electric, IMEC, Intense, IQE, Jenoptik, Jordan Valley, Keithley, Kaai, Kopin, Lattice Power, Lumileds, Luminus, Magnolia Solar, Microsemi, Mitsubishi Electric, Nitronex, Nujira, Obducat, OI-TDI, Opel Solar, Osram, Oxford Instruments Plasma Technology, Plasma-Therm,  RASIRC, RFHIC Corp, RFMD, Riber, Ritek, SAFC Hitech, SemiSouth, Seoul Semiconductor, Seren Photonics, SiBEAM, Skyworks, Smit Ovens, SoloPower, Solar Junction, SolFocus, SPTS, Tekcore, Tegal, Testar, TriQuint, TSMC, Tyntek, Ultratech, Umicore, Veeco, and much more.

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

If your company is a supplier of equipment, materials, or services for the manufacture of compound semiconductor wafers and devices, and you are involved in marketing those products, then please see Semiconductor Today's 2010 Media Kit.

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