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.
The Canadian digital imaging and MEMS specialist is set to become Teledyne DALSA after being acquired by the engineering giant.
Advances in device efficacy and improved lightguides means that far fewer LEDs are now required to illuminate TV backlight panels.