The long-running saga between IPG Photonics and IMRA America rumbles on, with a motion hearing at a Detroit court now set for March 3.
With the sharp recovery period from the downturn now over, the streamlined photonic component and module maker is focused on ramping new products.
Microelectronics orders up a staggering 94.5% on Q1 2010 help laser giant Coherent achieve a quarterly bookings record of $234.4 million in Q1 2011.
Sweden's Glo and Germany's Azzurro have technologies that promise to significantly reduce the cost of LED lighting, discovers Andy Extance.
After a stellar 2010, the global market for lasers is set for steady but sustained growth over the next couple of years.
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.