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- 300,000 square foot facility with a 100,000 square foot clean room near Newcastle, U.K.
- GaAs, SiC and InP devices capabilities
- Purchase price of the acquisition was $80 million in cash

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The Nanophotonics Lab at Arizona State University (Tempe), working with Tsinghua University (Beijing), has demonstrated an on-chip CMOS communications laser that the researchers say is the first to lase at room temperature.

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Aided by the rapid development of global data centers and the ensuing strong demand for silicon photonic products, Taiwan-based epi-wafer maker LandMark Optoelectronics expects a double-digit sequential sales growth in the third quarter and even better performance in the fourth quarter. The company plans to set up a new plant to meet the increased demand, according to company sources.

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III-V optoelectronic foundry Compound Semiconductor Technologies Global (CST Global, a subsidiary of Sweden-based Sivers IMA Holding AB) of Hamilton International Technology Park, Blantyre, near Glasgow, Scotland, UK says that its silicon photonic laser production has increased by 500% year on year.

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Uncooled IR imaging market has been initially driven by defense applications. Then innovation and cost reduction enabled the implementation of a new commercial market segment including thermography, surveillance, PVS and more applications. Today the uncooled IR camera market is showing an 8% CAGR between 2016 and 2022 reaching almost US$ 4.4 billion at the end of the period. Only few players control this industry. 

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An announcement this week involving some 14 companies will result in specifications that double the data rates for small form-factor pluggable (SFP) modules used in many datacenters. The SFP-DD Multisource Agreement (MSA) Group has set out to develop the electrical, optical and mechanical specifications to double today's top data rate without increasing size.

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