Silicon Valley start-up’s technology combines high efficiency with low cost; set to go into production next year.
UK firm lands government support for dramatic capacity expansion, with roadmap targeting lighting-quality devices.
Business grows overall, but ophthalmic systems division is running below levels seen last year.
Latest round of finance includes funds from the CIA division In-Q-Tel, and will be used to ramp production of quantum-dot devices.
Aluminum-free laser diode specialist sells manufacturing assets to laser microprojector developer Compound Photonics.
Imec and Kotura reveal new silicon photonics technical developments and business partnerships at OFC/NFOEC 2013.
But money raised will be used mainly to repay a new loan rather than invested in the ophthalmology business.
OEM sales approach combined with laser’s technical specification seals the deal.
US subsidiary of Israeli defense giant teams up with Laser Light Engines.
German optoelectronics firm re-iterates 5% forecast for overall revenue growth, with expectations of a “slight rise” in laser and optics sales.
DigitalOptics subsidiary to stop making lenses for camera modules and focus efforts on MEMS technology development.
UK firm says that agreement with printer Kroenert will lead to low-cost, flexible solar power.