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posted in October 2009
LEDs and Lighting: Market could hit $5 billion by 2012
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10/20/2009   5 comments
LEDs have moved beyond their indicator-light legacy and are finding success in automotive lighting, signage and backlighting applications ranging from mobile phones to TVs.
IBM claiming ultra-fast optical comms with carbon chips
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10/12/2009   Post a comment
IBM Corp. researchers have demonstrated that graphene, an atoms-thin layer of crystalline carbon, acts as a receiver of optical signals.
G24 ships solar cells for 'electronic bags'
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10/12/2009   Post a comment
G24 Innovations Ltd. (Cardiff, Wales), a pioneer of dye-sensitized thin-film solar cells, has made its first commercial shipment of photovoltaic modules. They have been sent to consumer bag manufacturer, Mascotte Industrial Associates Ltd. (Hong Kong). Mascotte will include the photovoltaic panel in a range of bags and backpacks.
Photon detector could power high-end imaging systems
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10/7/2009   Post a comment
A research group in Philips has created a prototype of an integrated CMOS photon detector that holds promise for a wide range of uses in high resolution imaging.
Updated: ASML sketches out road map for EUV
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10/7/2009   Post a comment
ASML showed a rough road map for extreme ultraviolet lithography systems that could be ready for commercial use in late 2012.
IPtronics, Avago chip in to Intel's optical interconnect
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10/1/2009   Post a comment
Through a collaborative effort with Intel and other industry partners, IPtronics A/S (Roskilde, Denmark) has developed silicon for Light Peak, a 10-Gbit/s optical interconnect system. Avago Technologies Inc. (San Jose, Calif.) has also developed an embedded "optical engine" for Light Peak.


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