Anteryon, based in Eindhoven, was spun off from Philips in 2006; now delivers “customer-specific optical components."
Lithography giant still seeing solid business in China; settles Nikon patent dispute with €150 million payment and royalty plan.
Low-light cameras set to be provide US soldiers with technological advantage.
Optical biopsy firm encouraged by figures after transition to pay-per-use business model.
US Special Operations Command to receive updated version of holographic sights.
Oxford, UK, maker of diffractive waveguides agrees development partnerships with Compal and Wistron.
Sydney, Australia, startup says tunable wavelength-shifting approach has advantages for autonomous vehicles.
II-VI, Lumentum and IQE see valuations slide as the iPhone maker scales back sales expectations.
$25M investment will see Japanese camera giant collaborate to combine precision optics technology with Velodyne sensors.
$225M deal sees Princeton Instruments, Lumenera, and Photometrics transfer to owner of sensor firm e2v.
Venture-backed Carlsbad firm is acknowledged leader in technology wanted to alleviate data center traffic bottlenecks.
Acquisition of major supplier of components used in smart phone 3D sensor units expected to complete in spring 2019.