Key lithography system integrator saw output triple in 2010 compared with the slump of 2009; confirms EUV progress.
The top-tier LED maker missed its revenue target in the latest quarter, but remains confident of a strong market in the long-term.
Having just raised more than $50M in equity finance, flexible thin-film solar module manufacturer SoloPower says it will build a 300MW fab in Oregon.
Nemotek, which manufactures wafer-level cameras, opens a new sales office after sensing a major opportunity in Korea.
War of words heats up in the battle for fiber laser supremacy, as a settlement conference is scheduled for January 27.
Despite a profitable first quarter as a public company, a weak outlook knocks $250M off SemiLEDS' market capitalization.
Massachusetts company buys Scottish producer of ferroelectric reflective microdisplays, complementing its existing line of transmissive products.
Albuquerque-based cell manufacturer to deliver 32 solar panels to power four NASA spacecraft in a mission to investigate "space weather".
Pioneering silicon photonics company will now focus on chip development, as Molex acquires its active cable and transceiver product lines.
Following cuts to photovoltiaic feed-in tariffs across Europe, it is Italy that looks to have some of the most attractive investment conditions.
Camera and sensor company buys L-3 Communications subsidiary InfraredVision Technology Corp.
Judge decides to adopt IMRA's "mode converter" definition, after IPG sought to re-define some key terms in the pair's litigation fight.