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posted in June 2009
QuasarBrite narrow beam LEDs provide decrease in light angle
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6/26/2009   Post a comment
Lumex announces the global launch of their QuasarBrite Narrow Beam SMT LEDs providing users with a tight beam of high-intensity red, green or blue light.
Bell Labs, IME Singapore partner on photonics research
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6/18/2009   Post a comment
Researchers at Alcatel-Lucent's Bell Labs and Singapore based Institute of Microelectronics (IME) are partnering to develop photonics technologies for next generation communication networks.
Nemotek starts wafer level packaging in Morocco
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6/16/2009   Post a comment
Nemotek Technologie, the Rabat, Morocco-based company readying production of wafer level lenses and cameras , has qualified the first parts at its newly built manufacturing and packaging facility, and expects to start shipping devices in the fourth quarter of this year.
RF4CE vs IR: the next remote-control "battle"?
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6/6/2009   4 comments
IR remote controls have a viable, up-and-coming, RF-based competitor--maybe
Optical switch maker raises $8 million
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6/3/2009   Post a comment
Optical switch developer Polatis Inc. (Cambridge, England and Andover MA.) has raised $8 million in new VC funding. The company had previously raised about $23 million in venture capital funding.
French semiconductor market down 16.8% in 2008
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6/2/2009   Post a comment
The French semiconductor market reported a 16.8-percent year-on-year decrease, to 2,722 million euros for the year 2008, according to the Sitelesc, the French Electronic Tube and Semiconductor Industry Guild.
UK research targets improved display readability
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6/1/2009   Post a comment
A multi-disciplinary research and development project led by GE Aviation Systems (Newmarket, England) and backed by the U.K.'s Technology Strategy Board) will deliver information displays with enhanced readability in bright lighting conditions.


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