Key market for laser and photonic equipment vendors will grow 23% this year, not 31% as previously expected.
Full list of creditors includes a host of well-known optical component and laser companies, as a staff lawsuit is launched against the PV firm.
The European Photovoltaics Industry Association says that even the UK will reach dynamic grid parity by the end of the decade.
New fab has a production capacity of 35MW and is now moving to a three-shift operation.
CPV and tracker firm OPEL Solar International renamed OPEL Technologies, a holding company with two distinct business operations.
Californian CIGS pioneer says that nose-diving solar panel prices will push the company into Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
Hamilton Thorne, which provides laser systems for biotechnology applications, will also use proceeds to invest in R&D.
The company's high-power direct-diode lasers have received a $3.2 million vote of confidence.
Vertically integrated facility enables company to make key optics for defense on US soil for the first time.
Licensing and sales agreement running through 2017 builds on eleven-year relationship between the companies.
The precision optics and metrology firm has just posted net earnings of $19 million for fiscal 2011.
Demand for both telecom and gesture-recognition components are hit, but JDSU sees growth in kilowatt fiber laser sales.