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Cree devises 150-mm SiC wafers

8/31/2010 00:21 AM EDT
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ewoelk
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re: Cree devises 150-mm SiC wafers
ewoelk   8/31/2010 7:59:11 PM
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Cree seems to be able to focus on what they are best at. They are coming closer to cost parity with conventional sapphire LED substrate. As a substrate for LEDs, SiC is superior and enhances LED performance. At the same cost... Cree is onto something.

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re: Cree devises 150-mm SiC wafers
GREAT-Terry   8/31/2010 9:37:52 AM
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A very well performing company. Having the latest SiC technology may help boosting its revenue and have a better shape on its product portfolio.

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